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Lily Bulbs, Yerseke

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

An LA Hybrid that produces large, 10-15 cm (4-6”) upfacing magenta pink flowers.  The large, multi-tone flowers have a  delicate sweet aroma blooming July-August.

LA Lilies are a cross between Longiflorum (Easter) and Asiatic lilies.  The Longiflorum traits produce more of a trumpet shape flower. The Asiatic traits produce warmer flower colors and the upright sepals, which causes the flower heads to face upward.  The end result are larger fragrant flowers, more flower cluster at the top on stronger stems and a longer vase life.   A benefit is they are lightly scented for those that are sensitive to smells.

 

Quantity per Package: 3

Bulb Size: 14/16

Sku: 143075

Growing Information
Good For Pollinators

Good For Pollinators

Grows best In

Grows
Best In:

Full sun|Part shade

Container

Best
Container Size:

12"+

Key Features

Color: Magenta Pink

Seed Type: LA Hybrid

Plant Type: Perennial (comes back every year)

Hardiness Zone(s): 4 to 9

Days To Bloom: July-August

Instructions

Growing Instructions:

If you are not able to plant the bulbs upon arrival, store temporarily in a cool, dry, dark location.

  1. Lily bulbs should be planted after all danger of frost has passed and the soil is workable but not muddy.
  2. Choose a planting area with well draining soil in a sunny location that receives some shade in the afternoon.
  3. Plant the bulbs pointy side up, at a depth of 2-3 times the height of the bulb (approximately 4-6") below the soil surface.
  4. Space bulbs at a distance equal to three times the bulb’s diameter Fill the hole with soil and tamp soil gently to remove any air holes.
  5. Once bulbs are planted, thoroughly soak the area with water. Continue to water throughout the growing season, being careful not to provide too much moisture as the bulbs can rot.
  6. Fertilize plants once per month if desired with a well-balanced water soluble fertilizer while actively growing.
  7. Once blooms have faded and fallen off, do not cut back stalks or remove foliage as this enables them to produce food for next year's growth.
  8. Once the foliage has dried and browned later in the fall, remove the leaves and flower stalk by cutting down to the ground.
  9. If planting in a container, make sure there is adequate drainage holes. Provide protection from the winter by wrapping the container in burlap or moving indoors to a cool but not freezing garage or shed.

Suggestions

Lilies make great cut flowers

Growing Suggestions:

  • Lily bulbs do not have a protective coating like tulips or daffodils. Therefore it is important that lily bulbs are planted as soon as possible upon arrival so they do not dry out.
  • Handle bulbs carefully to avoid breaking off the scales.
  • A little mold on the outer scales is normal and no cause for alarm.
  • Lilies do not do well in strong direct sunlight and heat.
  • If planting in poor draining soil, the bulbs will benefit from the soil being amended with organic matter such as well rotted manure, peat moss or compost before planting.
  • For best visual impact, plant lilies in groups of 3 or more bulbs. They look best if planted in one large hole, spacing the bulbs apart adequately rather than 1 bulb in a single hole.
  • Deep planting is important as it stabilizes the bulb and potentially eliminates the need for staking.
  • If the planting location is too shady, the stalks will lean towards the sun, become spindly and may even fall over.
  • Bulbs do better if their roots are shaded by surrounding plants.
  • Once bulbs have bloomed, they can be susceptible to rot and should not be watered excessively or allowed to sit in overly wet soil. Generally 1" of moisture a week is adequate.
  • Removing wilted flowers after blooming will allow the plant to concentrate its energy on bulb development rather than seed development.
  • If planting bulbs in a container, plant 3 bulbs in a 12" container.

Lily Bulbs, Yerseke

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