The Asiatic Lily Low Growing Mixture

This colorful, low-growing mixture contains a bright assortment of red, orange and yellow blooms and is perfect for border plantings or for windy areas. Bulb size: 14/16 cm. June/July. Plant 6" deep and 8" to 10" apart. HZ: 4-8. 18".

Hardy Lilies are The Art & Soul of Spring.

Hardy Lily Horticultural Tips
In stock
Item
#7120
$0.89
25 bulbs $31.25
50 bulbs $57.75
100 bulbs $105.75
500 bulbs $481.50
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  • American gardeners may now choose from a wide range of lilies that have been bred to perfection in terms of hardiness, large and abundant flowers and diversity of markings and colors. Prized for their extravagant, early-to-late summer blooms, lilies are a magnificent way to help build the foundation of ravishing perennial gardens. We strongly recommend that you establish naturalized drifts of mixed lilies!

    We offer a wide assortment of lily mixtures at excellent prices so that you may surround your family with their huge flowers, intoxicating fragrance and brilliant colors. If you simply cannot resist cutting them for indoor bouquets, please include them in your cutting garden! Make sure that these lilies are planted in neutral pH soil that is quite well-draining since they hate "wet feet". They should also be fed with a 4-10-6 fertilizer three times each year to promote perennialization over time.

American gardeners may now choose from a wide range of lilies that have been bred to perfection in terms of hardiness, large and abundant flowers and diversity of markings and colors. Prized for their extravagant, early-to-late summer blooms, lilies are a magnificent way to help build the foundation of ravishing perennial gardens. We strongly recommend that you establish naturalized drifts of mixed lilies!

We offer a wide assortment of lily mixtures at excellent prices so that you may surround your family with their huge flowers, intoxicating fragrance and brilliant colors. If you simply cannot resist cutting them for indoor bouquets, please include them in your cutting garden! Make sure that these lilies are planted in neutral pH soil that is quite well-draining since they hate "wet feet". They should also be fed with a 4-10-6 fertilizer three times each year to promote perennialization over time.
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