Large, creamy lemon yellow flowers reach up to 12" across. Fragrant. These fragrant varieties are a hybridizer's perfect cross between the exotic Orientals and regal Trumpet Lilies. Orientals are known for their fragrance, spectacular color and flower size. Trumpets are known for their trumpet-shaped flowers, they naturalize well and are easy to grow. The sturdy stems on these lilies can reach a height of 3-4', with large, sweet smelling blooms 3-6" in size in the first year alone. By the second year, they can shoot up to 5-6', and within three years these lilies can reach as high as 6-8', with masses and masses of beautiful blooms to enjoy. The surge in height of these Lilies is owed to their extraordinary ability to produce multiple stems from a single bulb.
Planting InstructionsPlant 4 - 6" deep because lily bulbs develop roots along the stem just above the bulb. Mulch is beneficial to keep soil moist and cool.
Winter CareProvide a layer of mulch for winter protection.
Flower FormOutward facing, up till 15" across flower size
Foliage TypeLinear, glossy dark green leaves arranged in whorls or spirals up erect stems.
Soil RequirementPrefers well drained soil, but will tolerate heavier soils.
Watering RequirementAverage Water Needs; Water regularly; do not overwater
PruningDon't remove leaves until they have died down in fall. They provide nourishment to the bulb for next season's blooms. After flowering
Unique CharactersticsThis huge pale yellow trumpet Lily will have a flower outward facing up till 15 inch across! The strong and tick stems will support this massive flower and will grow 4-6 ft. Plant this eye caching Lily next to your path and you can enjoy the fragrant of this Lily every time you will walk by!