The package includes 1 bulb.
- Planting date: September October
- Planting distance: 20 cm
- Planting depth: 12-15 cm
- Flowering: July August
- Flower color: purple with a yellow center
- Plant Height: 150-200 cm
- Wintering: Yes
Tree Lily (Lilium) is a variety measuring up to 250 cm in height. Its unusual, rare coloration - a yellow center surrounded by dark pink petals - adds to its popularity.
They grow best in sunny or semi-shaded positions, on well-drained soil with a lot of nutrients. You should think over the place you choose, because lilies do not like frequent transplanting - they bloom best if left in the same place for several years.
Lily bulbs are planted in the fall (from September to the end of November) or in the spring (April-May). You can overdo it in the event of excessive density, because they will not have enough space to bloom less. You can also plant them in containers and transfer them to balconies and terraces during flowering.
After flowering faded inflorescences should be removed, leaving the stem with leaves as long as possible until it dries completely on its own. Several times a season, the lilies should be fertilized with a compound fertilizer and watered as needed.
It is a frost-resistant plant which should stay in the same place for several years.