many different colored flowers in a vase
Save
Product sold by
caribbeangardenseed.com

Tiger Lily mix, Bulb, Gorgeous flowers with captivating fragrance,Perennial, - 15 Bulbs

Product details
A gorgeous mix of lilies;Tiger, The different flower shapes and colors guarantee a festival of color in the garden as well as in fresh floral displays. A perennializing mix that returns year after year, it's a great choice for planting among lower-growing perennials or in cutting gardens. This colorful mix of spotted tiger lilies is a welcome addition to your perennial garden. Plant in a full sun location, while providing shade for the lily roots. In warm climates tiger lilies will grow well in part sun locations as well. Lilies are easy to grow bulbs, but thrive in moist soil that drains well, as too much moisture can lead to rotting. Tiger Lilies look nice planted in the back of a perennial border, or in groups of 3 bulbs per planting area. Tiger Lilies are a unique bulb for your garden with their spotted blooms and petals that curl and face downward. The true Tiger Lily is native to Korea, but today, gardeners the world over enjoy the beautiful big flowers on strong stems that return year after year. In fact, Tiger lilies are now so common in the US, many people think they're native.This is the lily with little black 'bulbils' (baby bulbs) that form up and down the stem in the leaf axils. These little bulbs drop to the ground naturally, and spring up the next year as baby tiger lily plants. Over the years, you'll have an expanding clump.This is the perfect no-maintenance lily to add to your flower border or particularly, your wildflower meadow. A few towering lilies over a wild meadow in full bloom is a wonderful mid-summer sight.Due to its wild growing nature, the Tiger Lily is incredibly easy to grow. Tiger lilies thrive well in moist to wet soils and hence grow well near the ditches. Early to mid-autumn is the best time to plant out the bulbs in cool temperate areas, in warmer areas they can be planted out as late as late autumn. The Tiger Lily is sterile and does not produce seeds. They can, however, be propagated through the bulbils (small bulbs) that grow in the axils of the leaves. Bulb scales can be removed from the bulbils and grown in moist peat in a cool dark place until they produce bulbets. They can be then grown in a nursery and later planted outside. Select your desired size and color from the available option
Ships from and sold by
www.caribbeangardenseed.com