Mixed Asiatic, Oriental and Tiger lily bulbs. Limited offering
I am digging my Liliums up and repotting them, there may be a lot I will offer, there may be only a few.
So I am offering one lot to begin.
Asiatic lilies thrive in full sunlight and rich, slightly acidic soil. To encourage re-blooming, gently remove the flower heads when they start fading, but leave the stems and foliage to die back to the ground. This means that nutrients are returned to the bulb. These flower in Spring and into Summer
Asiatic Lilies enjoy a long blooming season (up to 1 month) but most of them are unscented. Planted in spring or fall, they thrive in full sun to part shade locations and do great as potted plants or as cut flowers. They are not fussy about soils, provided they are fertile and well-drained.
Oriental lilies bloom in late summer to early fall rather than spring. These exotic plants are grown from bulbs typically planted in fall. The strap like foliage emerges in spring and is followed by long stalks and flowers at summer’s end. Depending on the variety, Oriental lilies grow 3 to 5 feet tall.
Don’t plant the bulbs too close, make sure they are not planted to close to the soil surface and your lilies will be more likely to flower well. Good morning sunlight and protection from harsh afternoon sun will help as will adequate watering and good soil drainage is essential.
Im sorry I can’t mail these wonderful bulbs to WA, TAS or NT.
Please contact me with any queries, I am happy to help if I can.