Big pink buds open to resplendent golden, trumpet shaped blooms. The large flowers have a pink blush on the petal reverse. The blooms are both fragrant and long lasting.
Lilium 'Golden Splendour' is great for picking and will last well in a vase. An amazing 10-20 flowers can bloom at a time. The stems are quite strong, but with so many big blooms, they may require staking.
Trumpet Liliums add glamour and fragrance to the garden. They are also tough, and able to withstand our hot summers.
Plant Trumpet Liliums in a permanent position in the garden and as they establish, the more flowers they will bear and the taller the stems will be. Ensure you fertilise your well to ensure the best blooms. Fertilise when you first see growth, then again as they are in bloom, they love manure.
In warmer climates, it is a good idea to grow your Trumpet Liliums in part shade or morning sun so the flowers last longer. Water to establish and keep moist in active growth for best results.
Cool to Sub-Tropical
Full Sun to Semi Shade