These beauties produce bigger clumps and more flowers each summer, giving you so many colorful blooms you'll have plenty left for your cut-¬flower bouquets! They're stunning in the garden among other flowering perennials, in masses, in beds or as a colorful border.
Planting Instructions5 - 6" deep and 9-12" apart. Fibrous roots form at the base of the bulb and underground portion of the stem, so it is important to plant at required depth.
Winter CareLeave in ground - in colder zones make sure bulbs are covered with a minimum of 5" of soil.
Flower FormFull upright flared trumpet flowers.
Foliage TypeShort, lush green foliage encircling a sturdy stem.
Pruning TimeLate fall.
ResistanceGood resistance to virus and Basal Rot.
Soil RequirementPrefers well drained soil, but will tolerate heavier soils.
PruningImportant to let the foliage die down naturally in fall. This helps provide nutrients for next season's blooms. Remove dried up foliage in late summer to fall.
Shipped10-12 CM BULB
Height/Habit24 - 36 inches
Unit of Measure8
Botanical NameLilium Asiatic Mix
Sun ExposureFull Sun, Partial Shade
State RestrictionsAE AK GU HI PR
Spread12 - 18 inches
Spacing12 - 18 inches
Planting InstructionsPlant 4 - 6" deep. Prefers well-drained soil. Incorporate bulb booster or other high phosphorous fertilizer when planting.
Winter CareProvide a layer of mulch for winter protection.
Flower FormCup-shaped to slightly recurved.
Foliage TypeNumerous lance-shaped leaves whorled around the stems. Dark green in color.
Soil RequirementPrefers well-drained soil but will tolerate heavier soils.
PruningDon't remove leaves until they have died down in fall. They provide nourishment to the bulb for next season's blooms. Late fall.
Additional InformationLilies require a cold dormant period, best grown in zones 3-8.
Unique CharactersticsNaturalizes very well. Excellent for fresh cut flower arrangements. Nice large flowers really stand out in the garden or landscape. Easy to grow and care for - no lifting or replanting.