A clear apricot to orange flower. The blooms are plentiful and average 12cm across. An LA Lily.
LA and Asiatic Liliums are hardy cultivars with bright, colourful, upward facing flowers with little to no fragrance. The stems average 4-8 blooms, with numbers increasing as the bulbs establish. They make excellent cut flowers and are so easy to grow.
Simply plant, your LA and Asiatic Lilies, fertilise and enjoy. Leave them in the ground to establish and they will bring you years of joy. Choose a humus rich, well drained soil in a sunny location. They will appreciate afternoon shade in warmer climates.
Keep your Lilies moist while in growth and fertilise at the start of the season and again as the flowers are finishing. Mulch over the Summer to help maintain moisture levels in the soil.
They will take 10-14 weeks to flower. LA Liliums are a cross between Asiatic and Christmas Lilies, they have a slight fragrance and more of a trumpet shape. Asiatic Liliums do not have a fragrance, so are perfect for gardeners after colour but no heady aroma.
Cool to Sub-Tropical
Full Sun to Semi Shade