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Spring Complete Lily Bulb Collection


Lily Spring Complete Bulb Collection – Get 1 package each of all 29 varieties listed below, a total of 75 bulbs, for just $190.50! Save over 25%, plus get FREE SHIPPING!

Collection includes 1 each of: Courage, Labrador, Touchstone, Yelloween & Zambesi Orienpet Lilies (zones 4-10);
Henryii Turkish Cap Lily (zones 3-8);
Golden Splendor & Regale Album Trumpet Lilies (zones 4-9);
Albert Morning Martagon, Apricot Fudge Double Asiatic, Elodie Double Asiatic & Zeba Oriental Hybrid – Specialty Lilies (zones 4-8);
Black Beard, John Hancock, Montebello & Secret Kiss Asiatic Lilies (zones 3-10);
Dazzle, Forza Red, Parrano, Pink Brush, Royal Sunset & Zanella LA Hybrid Lilies (zones 3-10);
Mero Star, My Wedding, Outback, Scorpio, Sheila, The Edge & Zorro Oriental Lilies (zones 4-10).

Sold out of African Queen Trumpet, Big Smile Oriental, Lady Alice Turkish Cap, Miss Feya Turkish Cap, Pink Flight Tiger, Princess Sophie Turkish Cap, Red Velvet Tiger, Rising Moon Trumpet, Tiger’s Roar Tiger Lilies – collection price has been adjusted.

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Spring | Fall
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Lilies like well-drained soils in full sun. Although full sun until mid-afternoon is optimal, lilies will perform quite acceptably with filtered sunlight or partial shade. Lilies in shade will tend to reach for the sun and may require staking for support. Avoid planting near walks or walls that reflect the hot afternoon sun.

Cover the nose of the bulb with 3 to 5 inches of soil. This allows for good stem rooting and protects against winter cold. Plant pointed end up.

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.