Lily

Lily is ideal for planting in the perennial garden, container, and cut flower bed. Lilies are stunning in mass and are great individually as an accent plant. They offer marvelous outdoor performance and flowering ability, and require little maintenance once established. Use ...
Lily is ideal for planting in the perennial garden, container, and cut flower bed. Lilies are stunning in mass and are great individually as an accent plant. They offer marvelous outdoor performance and flowering ability, and require little maintenance once established. Use lilies for borders, garden groupings, or naturalizing. Most are sturdy and self-supporting. Potted plants may be planted any time from spring to fall. In landscapes, plant in groups of three space 12 apart for the best display.

Hardy Lily is one of the few summer flowering bulbs that may be left in the ground over the winter and still continue to bloom and multiply year after year. As soon as the bloom has faded, remove it so that seeds do not form. The stem and foliage of the blossom are needed to build the bulb for the next year’s growth.

LA-hybrid and Asi-Florum lilies are a result of cross breeding Asiatic and Longiflorum lilies. They are sometimes spotted, not very fragrant, and available in a wide variety of colors. The flowers of Asi-Florum lilies are much bigger (some up to 9” diameter) than the LA-Hybrids, while the LA-Hybrids produce more flowers.

Oriental lilies have larger flowers than the LA-hybrids and are fragrant. They are open-faced and sometimes spotted.

OT-hybrids (result of cross-breeding Oriental and Trumpet lilies) offer the sweet fragrance and shape of Oriental lilies with impressive new colors.

Plant in late spring after the ground warms to 50°F. Dig a hole 6 deep, place the bulb in the hole pointed side up, cover with soil and water thoroughly. Lilies prefer a well-drained soil in sun or partial shade. Supply moisture and ample organic material through the growing season and mulch to keep roots cool and moist. Allow stems to die back naturally in the fall. Divide every 3-4 years.

Supplied as a bulb.

DeGroot is required. A $75.00 minimum order on items supplied by Ednie Flower Bulb Inc. is required. Orders not meeting the minimum will be charged an additional $25 processing fee.

SHIPPING INFO: DeGroot product will ship to you directly from our supplier via UPS the week of March 6, 2017 unless you specify a later ship week in the Order Notes field at checkout. Shipments continue through May 26, 2017 or until product is sold out. Ednie product starts shipping Mid-April. View Ednie's Shipping Schedule. Shipments continue through late spring until product is sold out. Please see individual product pages for more information and any state restrictions. Sorry, we cannot ship to AK, HI, or PR. Please note that our supplier may delay shipments due to weather conditions.
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