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Fall Oriental Lily Collection

$43.50

Lily Fall Oriental Collection – Get 1 package each of all 5 Oriental lilies listed below, 15 bulbs in all, for just $43.50. Save over 20%! (Mixes are not included).

Collection includes 1 package each of: Big Smile, Cadenza, Casa Blanca, Distant Drum, and Rio Negro. 14/16cm bulb. Plant in full sun. Zones 4-10. 3 bulbs per package.

Sold out of Polar Star – collection price has been adjusted.

Will begin shipping Late September 2022

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Hardiness
4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10
Color
Varies
Bloom Time
Varies
Growth
Fast
Usage
Outdoor
Exposure
Full Sun
Resistance
Height
Spread
1-12

Fragrant
Varies
Watering
Average
Container
Yes
Planting
Spring | Fall
Attracts
Hummingbirds | Bee Friendly | Butterflies
Reblooming
Sold As/With
14/16cm bulb. 3 bulbs per package

Lily Fall Oriental Collection – Get 1 package each of all 5 Oriental lilies listed below, 15 bulbs in all, for just $43.50. Save over 20%! (Mixes are not included).

Collection includes 1 package each of: Big Smile, Cadenza, Casa Blanca, Distant Drum, and Rio Negro. 14/16cm bulb. Plant in full sun. Zones 4-10. 3 bulbs per package.

Sold out of Polar Star – collection price has been adjusted.

Will begin shipping Late September 2022

Lilies like cool roots. Planting with shallow rooted ground covers or among other perennials helps shade the soil and looks nice. Lilies are extremely hardy, but in the coldest areas a mulch of straw or pine needles provides added insurance against winter injury. Mulches also keep the soil moist and cool in summer.
A handful of bone meal mixed in the soil at planting gives the bulbs a good start. Lilies benefit from a feeding in the early spring and prior to their active growth. Use a balanced mix such as 10-10-10, or a plant food developed for bulbs. Avoid heavy feeding with high nitrogen fertilizers as it makes them susceptible to disease and can cause the foliage to burn. Do not use manures!

Lilies are dormant at the time of shipment. Plant them right away. Bulbs can be stored in the refrigerator or other cool place (34 to 40 degrees F) until planting. Unlike other bulbs, lilies are never completely dormant and should be planted as soon as possible after receipt. Sprouting should occur in just a few weeks and glorious flowers within months.