As the name suggests, Lily 'Tiger Babies' is a smaller version of the much famed Tiger Lilies. This makes them the perfect height for the middle of beds where their early, massed stems will bring lots of lovely colour.
Each flower of Lily 'Tiger Babies' is soft apricot to peach with plenty of dark spots. The long lasting blooms have a soft fragrance and you can look forward to up to 18 flowers on a stem.
The colourful, spotted petals of Tiger Lilies add an element of playful character to the garden palette. They are easy to grow and care for and bloom in abundance through summer.
Lilium ‘Tiger Babies’ is a cross of the pendent, Tiger L. lancifolium and the fragrant, Regal Lily L. regale.
Simply plant, your Tiger Lilies, fertilise and enjoy. Leave them in the ground to establish and they will bring you years of joy.
Choose a humus rich, moist, well drained soil in a sunny location – half a day of sun is perfect. Liliums appreciate afternoon shade in warmer climates. Water in, and keep moist during active growth. To keep them blooming it is a good idea to add fertiliser and mulch in autumn and summer, as the bulbs are coming and going.
Leave your Tiger Lilies in the ground to establish and they will bring you years of joy. You don’t need to lift the bulbs every year, simply divide them as they become overcrowded.
Cool to Mediterranean
Full Sun to Semi Shade