Liliums are fabulous garden plants. The bright blooms come in a wide variety of colours and shine on through summer in garden beds or pots. The tall straight stems are good for picking too!

Lily bulbs are easy to plant and maintain. Lilium bulbs grow well in full sun to part shade and they can be left in the ground for years, where they will steadily multiply. Keep your bulbs moist in growth, add a little fertiliser and you will rewarded handsomely.

Trumpet Lilies

Trumpet Lilies are perfect for adding glamour and fragrance to your summer garden. The blooms hold up to the heat and are great for picking too. Their lovely tall stems add a nice vertical accent to beds and borders. Trumpet Lilies will also grow well in containers. When choosing a pot, ensure it is nice and big so the lilies have plenty of room to grow.

Species Lilies

Species Lilies are awesome. Shall we list the reasons why? Ok then arm twisted, here they are: They are easy to plant, just dig a little hole and fill it in. They love the sun but will prosper in part shade. Species Lilies can be left in the ground for years, where they will multiply steadily. The flowers are fantastic for picking. Some have a light fragrance, others none at all, which is great if you have issues with hay fever. Species Lily stems are packed with flowers, some have up to fifty at any one time. Their tall stature is eye catching from any angle of the garden.

New Age Tiger Lilies

New Age Tiger Lilies have all the fabulous old fashioned flavour teamed with state of the art breeding to create better, stronger, more disease resistant varieties. These New Age Tiger Lilies have style in spades.

Plant your New Age Tiger Lilies in a full sun to part shade location. They are best planted in groups of at least three to have an impact. Plant them twice as deep as the bulb is high then water in. From planting they will take around 14 weeks to flower. By planting your Lily bulbs in groups a week or so apart you will extend your flowering show.

Double Lilies

LA Lilies

LA and Asiatic Lilies have wonderfully bright blooms. You can plant a variety to spice up your summer garden. The blooms have no fragrance and make top cut flowers.

LA and Asiatic Lilies are wonderful amongst perennials in your garden beds, in standalone features and in pots. You don’t need to be an experienced green thumb to have success growing LA and Asiatic Lilies you just need to remember to water them as they grow and you will be richly rewarded.

Legendary Lilies

Our top lily picks of the season, these varieties are something special. They have beautiful form, beautiful flowers and are easy to grow. They are easy to plant, just dig a little hole plant them, then fill it in. They love the sun but will prosper in part shade. Legendary Lilies can be left in the ground for years, there they will multiply steadily. The flowers are fantastic for picking. Some have a light fragrance, others none at all. Legendary Lily stems are packed with flowers, some have up to fifty at any one time. Their tall stature is eye catching from any angle of the garden.

Matisse Oriental Lilies

These vanguard Lilies make great conversation pieces in the garden. The vibrant petals have splashes and splotches all over, creating contrast and texture across the flowers. Wherever you plant them they are sure to turn heads!

Matisse Oriental Lilies are named for the artist who wrote himself into history by breaking the ‘laws’ of colour to create masterpieces. You can add them to your beds and borders for a little daring in your summer show.

Martagon Lilies

Up to 50 flowers open on strong, tall stems. Let me say that again, up to 50 flowers from a single bulb on a single stem! Each bloom us 5-8cm across, and each as stunning as the last. They truly are amazing!

Martagon Lilies originate in woodland areas so are perfect for a part shade or morning sun position in the garden. It is a good idea to add a well balanced fertiliser as they begin to shoot in spring, water it in and then add a layer of mulch – they will love you!

Martagon Lilies may take a season to settle, in so don’t expect masses of flowers from the get go – come the second year, the one after that and the one after that, and the one after that etc etc. you will be amazed!

Old World Lilies

Old world Lilies have stood the test of time. Their elegant, recurved petals are heavily spotted which adds a layer of texture and beauty to each bloom. They are fantastic in gardens and will even grow in pots.

Old World Lilies are easy to grow and care for, the bulbs will multiply at a steady rate in the ideal conditions. Plant them in full sun to part shade and keep moist during active growth.

Piccadilly Lily

Piccadilly Lilies were bred for the front of borders, small gardens and containers. Their compact growth is all but smothered in flowers throughout summer. They really are very impressive.

Matisse Asiatic Lilies

The vibrant colours are a triumph of modern breeding techniques. The bright petals have splashes and splotches all over, creating contrast and texture across the blooms. Wherever you plant them they are sure to garner attention.

Matisse Asiatic Lilies are named for the artist who wrote himself into history by breaking the ‘laws’ of colour to create masterpieces. You can add them to your beds and borders for a little daring in your summer show.

Sumo Liliums

Sumo Liliums are the biggest and the best Lilium bulbs on offer. You can expect plenty of flowers from the get go. The blooms open on tall, strong stems.

Tiger Lilies

Tiger Lilies have style in spades, they flower freely and are easy to grow. Plant your Tiger Lilies in a full sun to part shade location. They are best planted in groups of at least three to have an impact. Plant them twice as deep as the bulb is high then water in. From planting they will take around 14 weeks to flower. By planting your Lily bulbs in groups a week or so apart you will extend your flowering show.

Asiatic and LA Lilies

LA and Asiatic Lilies have wonderfully bright blooms. They come in a great variety for you to spice up your summer garden. The blooms have little to no fragrance and make top cut flowers.

LA and Asiatic Lilies are wonderful amongst perennials in your garden beds, in standalone features and in pots. You don’t need to be an experienced green thumb to have success growing LA and Asiatic Lilies, you just need to remember to water them as they grow and you will be richly rewarded.

Oriental Lilies

Oriental Lilies are ostentatious flowers that command attention! The large blooms have bold, open petals in a large range of colours, and all with a fabulous fragrance. The perfume is wonderful, and it adds a touch of the exotic as you stroll through the garden, and cut for a vase will perfume your home.

Oriental Lilies are easy to grow and care for. Plant in a full sun to part shade position in the garden, keep moist and add some fertiliser in spring. Oriental Lilies are quite heat tolerant so perfect for a summer show.

Double Oriental Lilies

It is easy to fall in love with these fragrant fancies. Double Oriental Lilies have twice the petals of your average Lily. They layer upon each other with ruffle and flair, unfurling gradually to their full glory.

Double Oriental Lilies have a strong, sweet perfume. They have the added benefit of little to no stamens, so there is no mess. This also means the blooms will last longer, as they are not focusing on seed production. In gardens or pots they are a winner.

Trumpet Liliums

Trumpet Lilies are perfect for adding glamour and fragrance to your summer garden. The blooms hold up to the heat and are great for picking too. Their lovely, tall stems add a nice vertical accent to beds and borders. Trumpet Lilies will also grow well in containers. When choosing a pot, ensure it is nice and big so the lilies have plenty of room to grow.

Christmas Lilies

Christmas Lilies are easy and graceful. They have been loved for generations and their popularity continues to grow. The clear white trumpets have an amazing perfume that will fill your garden or home. They make a great accent for summer gardens or pots.