These seeds were collected from Cardiocrinum giganteum, also known as Giant Himalayan Lily. This is the largest Lily and the hollow stems are used to make a flute. These perennials like to live in light shade where they can grow up to 12 feet high and attract a wide variety of birds, bees, and butterflies. The blossoms are multi-colored with burgundy, maroon, white, cream, and tan. They are also fragrant and on grand display throughout the middle of the summer. These plants can be grown as an annual in any USDA Hardiness Zone, and can be grown year round as perennials in USDA Hardiness Zones 7b to 9.