This wonderful and extremely popular hardy orange tiger lily is extremely vigorous and produces large heads of deep orange flowers covered with red spots. When planted at the back of a border this lilium will grab your attention with it's standout flowers on tall 120cm stems. If planted deep enough the bulbs can be to naturalise and will flower again each year.
For the best display we recommend planting lily bulbs in clumps of 3, 6 or 12, leaving around 45cm between each group of bulbs.
This lily is supplied as 14-16cm bulbs.
Type: Perrenial Lily bulbs
Sunlight: Full Sun / Partial Shade
Flowers: August - September
Planting Location: Border, Pots
Moisture: Well drained
Tiger Lily (Tigrinum Splendens)
Tiger Lily Planting Instructions
Lily bulbs can be planted from late autumn through to March in spring. Lilies prefer good drainage so it's worth adding grit to the planting hole/pot if required. Plant the bulbs around 3 times their depth. Best planted in full sun.
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