Oriental Lily Siberia

New! A good replacement for Casa Blanca as its planting stock is being refreshed, this blizzard-white beauty has large, star-shaped, outward- and upward-facing flowers with green nectary furrows and recurved petal tips. Abundant producers for lush garden display or summer flower arrangements, Oriental Lilies have large, reflexing flower petals and a wonderfully sweet fragrance. Plant Orientals near terraces and bedroom windows, alongside well-visited summer porches and in cutting gardens so you may savor their heady fragrance. We ship them to the coldest areas first, just as soon as they are in from the Dutch harvest in mid-October. Lily Class: Oriental. Bulb size: 14/16 cm. Bloom time: July/August. Horticultural zones 5-8. Plant them 8” deep and 10” apart. Height: 3' to 4'.

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Available in units of 5 with volume discount pricing.

5 bulbs $12.50
10 bulbs $23.50
25 bulbs $55.25
50 bulbs $103.75

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  • Oriental Lilies
    A cross between the Korean L. speciosum and the Japanese L. auratum, Oriental Lilies have large flowers with reflexed flower petals and a wonderfully sweet fragrance. Prized by garden and floral designers alike, Oriental Lilies are a mainstay of summer perennial gardens and lavish cut flower arrangements.

    It’s best to plant Lily bulbs in the fall so they may develop more mature root systems and, therefore, more substantive plants the following summer. To promote years of repeat blooms, plant the bulbs a good 8” deep and 10” apart in well-draining, neutral pH soil and good sunlight. Deadhead faded flowers and allow the foliage and stalk to die back naturally. Top dress the planting site with an organic granular 4-10-6 fertilizer at planting time, when the sprouts emerge and as the flowers begin to die back. A tad less hardy than Orienpet and Chinese Trumpet Lilies, Oriental Lilies benefit from a 2" layer of mulch after the surface of the ground freezes to protect the bulbs from arctic temperature spikes over the winter. The last bulbs to be harvested, we ship them to the coldest horticultural zones first, just as soon as they are in from the annual harvest in mid-October. Lily Class: Oriental. Bulb size: 16/18 centimeters. July/August. HZ: 5-8. Height: 3' to 4'.

    Lilies are The Art & Soul of Summer.

    Lily Horticultural Tips
Oriental Lilies
A cross between the Korean L. speciosum and the Japanese L. auratum, Oriental Lilies have large flowers with reflexed flower petals and a wonderfully sweet fragrance. Prized by garden and floral designers alike, Oriental Lilies are a mainstay of summer perennial gardens and lavish cut flower arrangements.

It’s best to plant Lily bulbs in the fall so they may develop more mature root systems and, therefore, more substantive plants the following summer. To promote years of repeat blooms, plant the bulbs a good 8” deep and 10” apart in well-draining, neutral pH soil and good sunlight. Deadhead faded flowers and allow the foliage and stalk to die back naturally. Top dress the planting site with an organic granular 4-10-6 fertilizer at planting time, when the sprouts emerge and as the flowers begin to die back. A tad less hardy than Orienpet and Chinese Trumpet Lilies, Oriental Lilies benefit from a 2" layer of mulch after the surface of the ground freezes to protect the bulbs from arctic temperature spikes over the winter. The last bulbs to be harvested, we ship them to the coldest horticultural zones first, just as soon as they are in from the annual harvest in mid-October. Lily Class: Oriental. Bulb size: 16/18 centimeters. July/August. HZ: 5-8. Height: 3' to 4'.

Lilies are The Art & Soul of Summer.

Lily Horticultural Tips
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