Asiatic Lily Apricot Fudge

Defying normal Asiatic Lily shape and form with shorter petals, protruding stamens and a light fragrance, Apricot Fudge has upright semi-double flowers in an alluring shade of pale caramel-apricot with a sunshine glow. Bulb size: 14 cm/up. June/July. HZ: 4-8. Height: 3' to 4'.

Lilies are The Art & Soul of Spring.

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#7001
$1.95

Available in units of 5 with volume discount pricing.

5 bulbs $17.50
10 bulbs $32.75
25 bulbs $77.50
50 bulbs $145.75

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  • Asiatic Hybrid and Tigrinum Lilies
    Our wide array of colorful Asiatic Hybrid and Tigrinum Lilies flower in June and July. They reproduce very freely from year to year if planted in a spot with good, well-draining soil and good sunlight and if they are allowed to flower and die back naturally and if fertilized regularly. Asiatic Lilies are shipped from early October through the end of our fall shipping season. In addition to spectacular, colorful garden displays, Asiatic Lilies also make wonderful cut flowers so be sure to plant some in your cutting garden as well! Top size bulbs: at least 16/18 cm, unless otherwise noted. Bloom time: June/July. Plant 7" deep and 12" apart. Horticultural zones 4-8. Height: 3' to 4', unless otherwise noted.
Asiatic Hybrid and Tigrinum Lilies
Our wide array of colorful Asiatic Hybrid and Tigrinum Lilies flower in June and July. They reproduce very freely from year to year if planted in a spot with good, well-draining soil and good sunlight and if they are allowed to flower and die back naturally and if fertilized regularly. Asiatic Lilies are shipped from early October through the end of our fall shipping season. In addition to spectacular, colorful garden displays, Asiatic Lilies also make wonderful cut flowers so be sure to plant some in your cutting garden as well! Top size bulbs: at least 16/18 cm, unless otherwise noted. Bloom time: June/July. Plant 7" deep and 12" apart. Horticultural zones 4-8. Height: 3' to 4', unless otherwise noted.
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