Pretty pink and white flowers with a delicious, honeysuckle fragrance. They provide valuable colour in autumn as the summer perennials are fading.
Belladonna Lilies are super tough bulbs and are virtually fool proof.
You can rely on these tough growers for late summer, early autumn colour and fragrance. In average conditions up to four flowers will open on a stem; in ideal conditions (and from a mature bulb), up to twelve can bloom!
Belladonna Lilies are also known as Amaryllis or Naked Ladies. They are commonly called 'Naked Ladies' because their flowers emerge without the modesty of foliage. The glossy leaves emerge late autumn to winter and make a useful garden feature.
Belladonna Lilies thrive in any well drained soil and love to bake in the sun. Plant them in a sunny spot, water to establish then you only need bother if rainfall is low. They become dry tolerant once they are established.
Late summer to autumn
Cool to Sub-Tropical
Full Sun to Semi Shade