This collection of fragrant Hybird Lilies produces extremely large fragrant flowers. The flowers are over 10" across. Plant these top quality bulbs, shipped direct from the fields of Holland this spring, and enjoy blooms this summer!
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These bulbs will produce flowers the first summer planted. All of the flowers in this collection are the size of dinner plates. Excellent cut flowers. All of these flowers grow on strong sturdy stalks that will easily support these large flowers. They will grow 4-5' tall. These lilies are ideal for naturalizing, coming back every year producing more and more flowers. They are the perfect lilies producing huge fragrant flowers are strong sturdy stems. They will truly me the centerpiece of your summer garden.PLANT DETAILS:
Please see the above Planting & Care tab for further planting instructions and plant care info.
Grown in the Netherlands.
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PLANTING & CARE
1) Dig a hole deep enough to allow the dormant bulb to be covered with 1" of soil.
2) Place bulb in hole and cover with soil, firming soil with fingers.
3) Water well. These lilies will thrives in full to part sun in any well-drained garden soil in zones 3 through 8. If natural rainfall is less than 1 inch per week, additional watering is recommended.
Apply plant food at a rate of 5 lbs per 100 sq. ft. of garden. It is also for use on seeded plantings. After the seeds have emerged, broadcast our general purpose over the desired area at above rate and incorporate into the soil.
You can even start your winter mulch upon transplanting. As a mulched bed retains moisture and also helps keep down the weeds. A 2-4" layer of shredded bark or compost is ideal for this and will also maintain soil temperatures.
Keep the area around your plants free of weeds. Weeds compete with all plants for food, water and light. Walk around the garden periodically and pull weeds, including the roots as soon as you see them. Mulch also assists in keeping weeds down.
Improves the size, quality, and color of blooms and maintains a healthy, happy plant for many years. Remove spent blossoms to promote additional blooming. Pinch or cut-off the blooms when they have faded, but leave as much foliage as possible. Keep the center of any bush open for air circulation by pruning off inner branches and any that are damaged or unsightly.
Add 1 tablespoon to soil in hole and mix thoroughly before planting the transplant. Scratch fertilizer at above rate into surface once they start flowering/fruiting. For existing garden, broadcast around existing plants and incorporate into soil at the above rate. Apply at the beginning of growing season and again when plants start to bear vegetables.
Winter-hardy: after frost causes the foliage to wither and die, cut back the stalks to ground level. These lilies are winter-hardy perennials and will send up new stalks late the following spring/early summer. After you cut back to the ground in the fall you can still mulch if you feel that this is necessary. However, remove the mulch in the spring as soon as temperatures start to rise.