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Hardy Lily, Oriental ‘Assorted Mix’

This Oriental Lily mix is a great value for these lush garden favorites! Turn any landscape into an exotic haven! This Hardy Oriental Lily, ‘Assorted Mix’ is a magnificent choice with flowers from the purest white to the deepest pinks. Oriental Lily flowers are some of the most glorious in the gardening world with their elegantly recurved petals. They are very fragrant with huge (5-6″) flowers on 4-5′ stems. Good growth and bloom. Oriental lilies are one of the most popular types of lilies for gardens. Oriental lilies are among the easiest to grow. They’re very hardy, need no staking, and are not particularly fussy about soil, as long as it drains well. Oriental lilies have become increasingly popular, due to their large, exotic (often frilly) blooms and heavy, sweet perfume.

Ideal for planting in the perennial garden, in containers or for cut flowers. These lilies are simply stunning in mass and are a great accent plant individually. They are of sturdy habit and do not require any support. Ideal for very exposed gardens.


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LH306 Hardy Lily, Oriental 'Assorted Mix' out of stock $0.00

Plant Details +

Bulb Type Bulb
Size 16-18cm
Height 4-5'
Spacing 8"
Hardiness Zones: 3-9
Exposure Full Sun
Foliage Green
Flower Mixed Colors
Bloomtime July

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Planting/Care Instructions +

Easy to Grow: 1. Dig a hole 6" deep. 2. Place bulb in hole, pointed side up. 3. Cover with soil and water thoroughly.

Planting Instructions: Plant in late spring 6" deep in any well-drained soil in sun or partial shade. Supply moisture and ample organic material through the growing season and mulch to keep roots cool & moist. As soon as the bloom has faded, remove it so seeds do not form. Allow stems to die back naturally in the fall. Divide every 3-4 years. 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 year after year each July. Excellent cut flowers but do not remove too much stem and foliage with the blossom as these are needed to build for the next year's growth.