Large upward facing, antique white flowers with a little frill along the edge of the petals. Strong stems.
Oriental Lilies add glamour and fragrance to the garden. They are also tough, and able to withstand our hot summers.
Plant Oriental Lilies in a permanent position in the garden, as they establish they will become more and more floriferous.
It is a good idea to fertilise your Oriental Lilies, they are hungry bulbs and this will give you the best blooms. Add an organic fertiliser when you first see growth, then again as they are fading. If you are growing your Lilies in pots, fertiliser is even more important.
In warmer climates, it is a good idea to grow your Oriental Liliums in part shade or morning sun, then your flowers will last longer. Water to establish, and keep moist in active growth for best results.
It is easy to create an indulgent display of colour with Oriental Liliums. They are gorgeous in the garden and perfect for cut flowers too.
Cool to Sub-Tropical
Full Sun to Semi Shade