Martagon Lilies Maroon King

Martagon Lilies Maroon King

A woodland wonder.

This product is currently out of stock and unavailable.

Mastercard Visa Amex Paypal

Garden royalty, these flowers will have you in awe. The maroon colouration is lighter than ‘Claude Shride’ and the cream blush in the centre of the flower shows off the deeper spotting.

Martagon Lilies have a delicate, old world charm with a practical, easy grow nature. Up to 50 flowers can open on one stem! You will get more flowers as the bulbs establish in the garden. The pendent blooms are also known as Turkscap Lily flowers.

Martagon Lilies produce many flowers and bloom for a long period. The blooms start opening from mid to late December, which is perfect timing for Christmas! The strong, green stems have a deep purple flush. The foliage is deep green and grows to around 16cm.

Martagon Lilies are a cinch to grow. Plant in a well drained soil in a morning sun, or lightly shaded position. As woodland plants they grow best in dappled light. They don’t like to be disturbed, so allow a season for them to settle in and flower at their best. As with most Lilies, the more they settle in, the taller they will become (to a limit of course, they aren’t magical beanstalks!).

Martagon Lilies are hardy and will settle in and gradually increase to form a clump. Water to establish and keep moist during active growth. Ideally add a layer of compost in autumn. The seed is viable and will produce flowers in 5-6 years.

Martagon Lilies are vigorous growers and easy to maintain.

Supplied as: Bulbs



Botantical name

Lilium martagon






Early to mid summer


Cool to Temperate


Australia wide

Frost hardiness


Full Sun to Semi Shade

Supplied as



Water needs