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Lilium Bulbs, Nightrider

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Spring planting:  this item starts shipping in April (providing the outside temperature is above freezing) through to May

You will be the envy of your gardening friends if you grow this dramatic lily.  The rich, deep purple/black recurved exotic blooms will take your garden to the next level.  A cross between an Asiatic and Trumpet lily grows to 60 cm (23") tall.  A truly stunning lily for those that are looking to make a gardening statement! Lilium TA Hybrid. 

Plant Type:  Perennial

Bulb Count: 3

Bulb Size: 14/16

Light Requirement: Full Sun

Blooms: Mid-Summer

Plant Height: 60 cm or 23"

Plant Spacing: 20 cm or 8"

Hardiness Zone:  4 to 9

Planting Information:

Lily bulbs should be planted after last frost and soil is workable.   If you are not able to plant your bulbs upon arrival, store in a cool, dry, dark location.

Plant Lilies with the tip of the bulb pointing up in well-drained, organic rich soil.  Bulbs should be planted after the last frost and soil is workable.  Loosen the soil and dig a hole 30 cm (12") deep.  If planting in poor draining soil, the bulbs will benefit from the soil being amended with organic matter such as peat moss or compost before planting.  Plant at a depth of 20 cm (8").   After planting, water thoroughly.  The soil should never be allowed to dry out, while at the same time it must not be kept overly wet. Once the flower buds have emerged, the growing media should never dry out as overly dry conditions at this stage could cause the flower buds to abort.  Lilies like full sun, but prefer their roots to be cool. 

Planting bulbs in a group of 3 of more bulbs rather than scattering single bulbs will provide the most dramatic effect.

Online Code: 142508