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Our Tiger Lily Collection has 3 each of three varieties (separately labelled):

Red Velvet – Bears the deepest velvety black-red blooms and moroon to burgundy freckles. An excellent cut flower, this variety will often have up to 12 flowers on each stem.

Pearl Jennifer – A beautifully hardy variety with clear bright yellow flowers and chocolate coloured freckles.

Sweet Surrender – Deliciously creamy flowers with delicately reflexed petals and some dark spotting on the throat.

Tiger Lilies are easy to grow, provide stunning colour to your garden and have an abundance of blooms throughout Summer. Excellent cut flower. Due to the strong stems no staking is required. Prefer a sunny position in well drained soil. To keep flowering at its best add fertiliser each Spring and Summer.

Supplied as dormant bulbs.

Orders containing this item will be dispatched from mid May.

  • Require little water once established
  • Suitable for areas with full sun
  • Suitable for areas with part shade
  • Ideal in pots or containers
  • Suitable to cut for vases
  • Plant 45cm apart
  • Grows to 1.2m high
  • Summer

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Availability: OUT OF STOCK/OUT OF SEASON! Available to order from mid-April to July, unless sold out.

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Common Name: LILIUM
Also known as: Longiflorum – Christmas Lily, November Lily, Oriental -. Florist Lily
Botanical Name: Lilium spp
Family Name: Liliaceae
Plant Type: Fleshy Bulb
Size: 70 cm to 120cm
Planting Time: Winter to Spring
Planting Width: 20–40cm Depth: 10-20cm
Flowering: Summer
Positioning: Full Sun to Part Shade
General Information: There are many varieties of lilies; LA Hybrids, Oriental, Asiatic, and Longflorum. All have long lasting flowers.
Soil: Well drained, friable and moist. If growing in pots use a potting mix specifically for bulbs.
Watering: Responds well to generous watering in summer.
Fertilising: Prepare the soil with well-rotted animal manure or a complete fertiliser before planting. Mulch well to keep soil cool and moist. Liquid fertilising once plants are setting buds is beneficial to keep lower foliage green. Top dress with fertiliser in late winter.
Pruning: It is best to remove old flower heads once flowers fade to promote bulb growth. Cut down to ground level once foliage has died off completely. Bulbs can be left in the ground to naturalise or lifted and separated. Replant without delay.
Dislikes: Being moved, wet feet.
Pests: Aphids but generally pest resistant.
✔ Ideal for pots, excellent cut flowers.
Tips: Plant immediately after purchase and do not allow the bulbs to dry out. Oriental lilies prefer a cooler, more sheltered position and may require staking and protection from hot winds. Double Tiger Lily lilium lancifolium requires
the same conditions as other liliums except this one grows to a height of 1.5 m and is a little less fussy about soil type. If growing in pots, make sure the pot is 200 mm minimum. Place no more than 3 bulbs per pot, and make sure the bulbs
are leaning slightly inwards to encourage plants to support each other. Grow outside in a sunny aspect and pots can be brought inside once flowering. After flowering, or when picking for cut flowers, cut the plant to about half way down the
stem to enable the plant to develop the bulb for next year’s flowers.