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Offering you a complete choice of products which include Lilium Bulb Fangio, Lilium Bulb Ladylike, Lilium Bulb Sunset Matrix, Lilium Bulb Teresina, Lilium Bulb Crossover and Lilium Bulb Releeze.

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The flowers are large, often fragrant, and come in a range of colours including whites, yellows, oranges, pinks, reds and purples. Markings include spots and brush strokes. The plants are late spring- or summer-flowering. Many species are widely grown in the garden in temperate and sub-tropical regions. They may also be grown as potted plants.

Guide to the Growing and Culture of Lilium


Planting Instructions:

(1) Location: It is important to choose the right location. Lilies require direct sunlight for part to all of the day. They also require "Well Drained Soil". A medium sandy loam soil with a reasonable amount of humus is ideal. Peat moss can also be added. Heavy soils can be lightened with course sand and peat moss. If using manure make sure it is well rotted and use as top dress only, otherwise it can cause damage to the bulbs by lowering their disease resistance.
(2) Planting: Most lilies should be planted to a depth of 6” and 12-16”apart. Trumpets and orientals should be planted to a depth of 8” for extra winter protection. Place your lily bulb with its roots down and scale points up. A little bone meal may be added at this time. Cover with your soil mixture. Pack the soil in well around your bulb. It is important to thoroughly water your bulbs in after planting, so the soil settles around the bulb to prevent any air pockets. Lilies make a nice show if they are planted in triangular groups of 3 per variety.
(3) Watering: They do not require daily watering but when watering be sure to water deeply enough to reach the bulb. Avoid wetting the leaves. Excessive watering will cause your bulb to rot.
(4) Fertilizing: A light to moderate fertilizer (20-20-20) can be applied just before flowering and after blooming is completed to keep bulbs healthy.
Do not fertilize too late in the fall as bulbs can become too soft and rot.
(5) Labelling: It is wise to mark each bulb planted with a stake and a weather resistant marker, so as not to damage the lily shoots in the spring when working around your lily bulbs.
Container Growing:
Bulbs may be planted singly in a 6" pot or in
groups of 3 in a larger pot, allow for 4-6” of soil above the bulb. Use a commercial potting soil mixed with 1/3 peat and 1/3 perlite or sand to allow for good drainage. A regular application of fertilizer as well as repotting every year with fresh soil is recommended.

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The flowers are large, often fragrant, and come in a range of colours including whites, yellows, oranges, pinks, reds and purples. Markings include spots and brush strokes. The plants are late spring- or summer-flowering. Many species are widely grown in the garden in temperate and sub-tropical regions. They may also be grown as potted plants.

 

Guide to the Growing and Culture of Lilium


Planting Instructions:

(1) Location: It is important to choose the right location. Lilies require direct sunlight for part to all of the day. They also require "Well Drained Soil". A medium sandy loam soil with a reasonable amount of humus is ideal. Peat moss can also be added. Heavy soils can be lightened with course sand and peat moss. If using manure make sure it is well rotted and use as top dress only, otherwise it can cause damage to the bulbs by lowering their disease resistance.
(2) Planting: Most lilies should be planted to a depth of 6” and 12-16”apart. Trumpets and orientals should be planted to a depth of 8” for extra winter protection. Place your lily bulb with its roots down and scale points up. A little bone meal may be added at this time. Cover with your soil mixture. Pack the soil in well around your bulb. It is important to thoroughly water your bulbs in after planting, so the soil settles around the bulb to prevent any air pockets. Lilies make a nice show if they are planted in triangular groups of 3 per variety.
(3) Watering: They do not require daily watering but when watering be sure to water deeply enough to reach the bulb. Avoid wetting the leaves. Excessive watering will cause your bulb to rot.
(4) Fertilizing: A light to moderate fertilizer (20-20-20) can be applied just before flowering and after blooming is completed to keep bulbs healthy.
Do not fertilize too late in the fall as bulbs can become too soft and rot.
(5) Labelling: It is wise to mark each bulb planted with a stake and a weather resistant marker, so as not to damage the lily shoots in the spring when working around your lily bulbs.
Container Growing: 
Bulbs may be planted singly in a 6" pot or in
groups of 3 in a larger pot, allow for 4-6” of soil above the bulb. Use a commercial potting soil mixed with 1/3 peat and 1/3 perlite or sand to allow for good drainage. A regular application of fertilizer as well as repotting every year with fresh soil is recommended.


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The flowers are large, often fragrant, and come in a range of colours including whites, yellows, oranges, pinks, reds and purples. Markings include spots and brush strokes. The plants are late spring- or summer-flowering. Many species are widely grown in the garden in temperate and sub-tropical regions. They may also be grown as potted plants.

 

Guide to the Growing and Culture of Lilium


Planting Instructions:

(1) Location: It is important to choose the right location. Lilies require direct sunlight for part to all of the day. They also require "Well Drained Soil". A medium sandy loam soil with a reasonable amount of humus is ideal. Peat moss can also be added. Heavy soils can be lightened with course sand and peat moss. If using manure make sure it is well rotted and use as top dress only, otherwise it can cause damage to the bulbs by lowering their disease resistance.
(2) Planting: Most lilies should be planted to a depth of 6” and 12-16”apart. Trumpets and orientals should be planted to a depth of 8” for extra winter protection. Place your lily bulb with its roots down and scale points up. A little bone meal may be added at this time. Cover with your soil mixture. Pack the soil in well around your bulb. It is important to thoroughly water your bulbs in after planting, so the soil settles around the bulb to prevent any air pockets. Lilies make a nice show if they are planted in triangular groups of 3 per variety.
(3) Watering: They do not require daily watering but when watering be sure to water deeply enough to reach the bulb. Avoid wetting the leaves. Excessive watering will cause your bulb to rot.
(4) Fertilizing: A light to moderate fertilizer (20-20-20) can be applied just before flowering and after blooming is completed to keep bulbs healthy.
Do not fertilize too late in the fall as bulbs can become too soft and rot.
(5) Labelling: It is wise to mark each bulb planted with a stake and a weather resistant marker, so as not to damage the lily shoots in the spring when working around your lily bulbs.
Container Growing: 
Bulbs may be planted singly in a 6" pot or in
groups of 3 in a larger pot, allow for 4-6” of soil above the bulb. Use a commercial potting soil mixed with 1/3 peat and 1/3 perlite or sand to allow for good drainage. A regular application of fertilizer as well as repotting every year with fresh soil is recommended.


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The flowers are large, often fragrant, and come in a range of colours including whites, yellows, oranges, pinks, reds and purples. Markings include spots and brush strokes. The plants are late spring- or summer-flowering. Many species are widely grown in the garden in temperate and sub-tropical regions. They may also be grown as potted plants.

 

Guide to the Growing and Culture of Lilium


Planting Instructions:

(1) Location: It is important to choose the right location. Lilies require direct sunlight for part to all of the day. They also require "Well Drained Soil". A medium sandy loam soil with a reasonable amount of humus is ideal. Peat moss can also be added. Heavy soils can be lightened with course sand and peat moss. If using manure make sure it is well rotted and use as top dress only, otherwise it can cause damage to the bulbs by lowering their disease resistance.
(2) Planting: Most lilies should be planted to a depth of 6” and 12-16”apart. Trumpets and orientals should be planted to a depth of 8” for extra winter protection. Place your lily bulb with its roots down and scale points up. A little bone meal may be added at this time. Cover with your soil mixture. Pack the soil in well around your bulb. It is important to thoroughly water your bulbs in after planting, so the soil settles around the bulb to prevent any air pockets. Lilies make a nice show if they are planted in triangular groups of 3 per variety.
(3) Watering: They do not require daily watering but when watering be sure to water deeply enough to reach the bulb. Avoid wetting the leaves. Excessive watering will cause your bulb to rot.
(4) Fertilizing: A light to moderate fertilizer (20-20-20) can be applied just before flowering and after blooming is completed to keep bulbs healthy.
Do not fertilize too late in the fall as bulbs can become too soft and rot.
(5) Labelling: It is wise to mark each bulb planted with a stake and a weather resistant marker, so as not to damage the lily shoots in the spring when working around your lily bulbs.
Container Growing: 
Bulbs may be planted singly in a 6" pot or in
groups of 3 in a larger pot, allow for 4-6” of soil above the bulb. Use a commercial potting soil mixed with 1/3 peat and 1/3 perlite or sand to allow for good drainage. A regular application of fertilizer as well as repotting every year with fresh soil is recommended.


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Happy Gardening with Lilium!!!

 

The flowers are large, often fragrant, and come in a range of colours including whites, yellows, oranges, pinks, reds and purples. Markings include spots and brush strokes. The plants are late spring- or summer-flowering. Many species are widely grown in the garden in temperate and sub-tropical regions. They may also be grown as potted plants.

 

Guide to the Growing and Culture of Lilium


Planting Instructions:

(1) Location: It is important to choose the right location. Lilies require direct sunlight for part to all of the day. They also require "Well Drained Soil". A medium sandy loam soil with a reasonable amount of humus is ideal. Peat moss can also be added. Heavy soils can be lightened with course sand and peat moss. If using manure make sure it is well rotted and use as top dress only, otherwise it can cause damage to the bulbs by lowering their disease resistance.
(2) Planting: Most lilies should be planted to a depth of 6” and 12-16”apart. Trumpets and orientals should be planted to a depth of 8” for extra winter protection. Place your lily bulb with its roots down and scale points up. A little bone meal may be added at this time. Cover with your soil mixture. Pack the soil in well around your bulb. It is important to thoroughly water your bulbs in after planting, so the soil settles around the bulb to prevent any air pockets. Lilies make a nice show if they are planted in triangular groups of 3 per variety.
(3) Watering: They do not require daily watering but when watering be sure to water deeply enough to reach the bulb. Avoid wetting the leaves. Excessive watering will cause your bulb to rot.
(4) Fertilizing: A light to moderate fertilizer (20-20-20) can be applied just before flowering and after blooming is completed to keep bulbs healthy.
Do not fertilize too late in the fall as bulbs can become too soft and rot.
(5) Labelling: It is wise to mark each bulb planted with a stake and a weather resistant marker, so as not to damage the lily shoots in the spring when working around your lily bulbs.
Container Growing: 
Bulbs may be planted singly in a 6" pot or in
groups of 3 in a larger pot, allow for 4-6” of soil above the bulb. Use a commercial potting soil mixed with 1/3 peat and 1/3 perlite or sand to allow for good drainage. A regular application of fertilizer as well as repotting every year with fresh soil is recommended.


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Lilium Bulb Releeze
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The flowers are large, often fragrant, and come in a range of colours including whites, yellows, oranges, pinks, reds and purples. Markings include spots and brush strokes. The plants are late spring- or summer-flowering. Many species are widely grown in the garden in temperate and sub-tropical regions. They may also be grown as potted plants.

 

Guide to the Growing and Culture of Lilium


Planting Instructions:

(1) Location: It is important to choose the right location. Lilies require direct sunlight for part to all of the day. They also require "Well Drained Soil". A medium sandy loam soil with a reasonable amount of humus is ideal. Peat moss can also be added. Heavy soils can be lightened with course sand and peat moss. If using manure make sure it is well rotted and use as top dress only, otherwise it can cause damage to the bulbs by lowering their disease resistance.
(2) Planting: Most lilies should be planted to a depth of 6” and 12-16”apart. Trumpets and orientals should be planted to a depth of 8” for extra winter protection. Place your lily bulb with its roots down and scale points up. A little bone meal may be added at this time. Cover with your soil mixture. Pack the soil in well around your bulb. It is important to thoroughly water your bulbs in after planting, so the soil settles around the bulb to prevent any air pockets. Lilies make a nice show if they are planted in triangular groups of 3 per variety.
(3) Watering: They do not require daily watering but when watering be sure to water deeply enough to reach the bulb. Avoid wetting the leaves. Excessive watering will cause your bulb to rot.
(4) Fertilizing: A light to moderate fertilizer (20-20-20) can be applied just before flowering and after blooming is completed to keep bulbs healthy.
Do not fertilize too late in the fall as bulbs can become too soft and rot.
(5) Labelling: It is wise to mark each bulb planted with a stake and a weather resistant marker, so as not to damage the lily shoots in the spring when working around your lily bulbs.
Container Growing: 
Bulbs may be planted singly in a 6" pot or in
groups of 3 in a larger pot, allow for 4-6” of soil above the bulb. Use a commercial potting soil mixed with 1/3 peat and 1/3 perlite or sand to allow for good drainage. A regular application of fertilizer as well as repotting every year with fresh soil is recommended.


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Happy Gardening with Lilium!!!

 

The flowers are large, often fragrant, and come in a range of colours including whites, yellows, oranges, pinks, reds and purples. Markings include spots and brush strokes. The plants are late spring- or summer-flowering. Many species are widely grown in the garden in temperate and sub-tropical regions. They may also be grown as potted plants.

 

Guide to the Growing and Culture of Lilium


Planting Instructions:

(1) Location: It is important to choose the right location. Lilies require direct sunlight for part to all of the day. They also require "Well Drained Soil". A medium sandy loam soil with a reasonable amount of humus is ideal. Peat moss can also be added. Heavy soils can be lightened with course sand and peat moss. If using manure make sure it is well rotted and use as top dress only, otherwise it can cause damage to the bulbs by lowering their disease resistance.
(2) Planting: Most lilies should be planted to a depth of 6” and 12-16”apart. Trumpets and orientals should be planted to a depth of 8” for extra winter protection. Place your lily bulb with its roots down and scale points up. A little bone meal may be added at this time. Cover with your soil mixture. Pack the soil in well around your bulb. It is important to thoroughly water your bulbs in after planting, so the soil settles around the bulb to prevent any air pockets. Lilies make a nice show if they are planted in triangular groups of 3 per variety.
(3) Watering: They do not require daily watering but when watering be sure to water deeply enough to reach the bulb. Avoid wetting the leaves. Excessive watering will cause your bulb to rot.
(4) Fertilizing: A light to moderate fertilizer (20-20-20) can be applied just before flowering and after blooming is completed to keep bulbs healthy.
Do not fertilize too late in the fall as bulbs can become too soft and rot.
(5) Labelling: It is wise to mark each bulb planted with a stake and a weather resistant marker, so as not to damage the lily shoots in the spring when working around your lily bulbs.
Container Growing: 
Bulbs may be planted singly in a 6" pot or in
groups of 3 in a larger pot, allow for 4-6” of soil above the bulb. Use a commercial potting soil mixed with 1/3 peat and 1/3 perlite or sand to allow for good drainage. A regular application of fertilizer as well as repotting every year with fresh soil is recommended.


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The flowers are large, often fragrant, and come in a range of colours including whites, yellows, oranges, pinks, reds and purples. Markings include spots and brush strokes. The plants are late spring- or summer-flowering. Many species are widely grown in the garden in temperate and sub-tropical regions. They may also be grown as potted plants.

 

Guide to the Growing and Culture of Lilium


Planting Instructions:

(1) Location: It is important to choose the right location. Lilies require direct sunlight for part to all of the day. They also require "Well Drained Soil". A medium sandy loam soil with a reasonable amount of humus is ideal. Peat moss can also be added. Heavy soils can be lightened with course sand and peat moss. If using manure make sure it is well rotted and use as top dress only, otherwise it can cause damage to the bulbs by lowering their disease resistance.
(2) Planting: Most lilies should be planted to a depth of 6” and 12-16”apart. Trumpets and orientals should be planted to a depth of 8” for extra winter protection. Place your lily bulb with its roots down and scale points up. A little bone meal may be added at this time. Cover with your soil mixture. Pack the soil in well around your bulb. It is important to thoroughly water your bulbs in after planting, so the soil settles around the bulb to prevent any air pockets. Lilies make a nice show if they are planted in triangular groups of 3 per variety.
(3) Watering: They do not require daily watering but when watering be sure to water deeply enough to reach the bulb. Avoid wetting the leaves. Excessive watering will cause your bulb to rot.
(4) Fertilizing: A light to moderate fertilizer (20-20-20) can be applied just before flowering and after blooming is completed to keep bulbs healthy.
Do not fertilize too late in the fall as bulbs can become too soft and rot.
(5) Labelling: It is wise to mark each bulb planted with a stake and a weather resistant marker, so as not to damage the lily shoots in the spring when working around your lily bulbs.
Container Growing: 
Bulbs may be planted singly in a 6" pot or in
groups of 3 in a larger pot, allow for 4-6” of soil above the bulb. Use a commercial potting soil mixed with 1/3 peat and 1/3 perlite or sand to allow for good drainage. A regular application of fertilizer as well as repotting every year with fresh soil is recommended.


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The flowers are large, often fragrant, and come in a range of colours including whites, yellows, oranges, pinks, reds and purples. Markings include spots and brush strokes. The plants are late spring- or summer-flowering. Many species are widely grown in the garden in temperate and sub-tropical regions. They may also be grown as potted plants.

 

Guide to the Growing and Culture of Lilium


Planting Instructions:

(1) Location: It is important to choose the right location. Lilies require direct sunlight for part to all of the day. They also require "Well Drained Soil". A medium sandy loam soil with a reasonable amount of humus is ideal. Peat moss can also be added. Heavy soils can be lightened with course sand and peat moss. If using manure make sure it is well rotted and use as top dress only, otherwise it can cause damage to the bulbs by lowering their disease resistance.
(2) Planting: Most lilies should be planted to a depth of 6” and 12-16”apart. Trumpets and orientals should be planted to a depth of 8” for extra winter protection. Place your lily bulb with its roots down and scale points up. A little bone meal may be added at this time. Cover with your soil mixture. Pack the soil in well around your bulb. It is important to thoroughly water your bulbs in after planting, so the soil settles around the bulb to prevent any air pockets. Lilies make a nice show if they are planted in triangular groups of 3 per variety.
(3) Watering: They do not require daily watering but when watering be sure to water deeply enough to reach the bulb. Avoid wetting the leaves. Excessive watering will cause your bulb to rot.
(4) Fertilizing: A light to moderate fertilizer (20-20-20) can be applied just before flowering and after blooming is completed to keep bulbs healthy.
Do not fertilize too late in the fall as bulbs can become too soft and rot.
(5) Labelling: It is wise to mark each bulb planted with a stake and a weather resistant marker, so as not to damage the lily shoots in the spring when working around your lily bulbs.
Container Growing: 
Bulbs may be planted singly in a 6" pot or in
groups of 3 in a larger pot, allow for 4-6” of soil above the bulb. Use a commercial potting soil mixed with 1/3 peat and 1/3 perlite or sand to allow for good drainage. A regular application of fertilizer as well as repotting every year with fresh soil is recommended.


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The flowers are large, often fragrant, and come in a range of colours including whites, yellows, oranges, pinks, reds and purples. Markings include spots and brush strokes. The plants are late spring- or summer-flowering. Many species are widely grown in the garden in temperate and sub-tropical regions. They may also be grown as potted plants.

 

Guide to the Growing and Culture of Lilium


Planting Instructions:

(1) Location: It is important to choose the right location. Lilies require direct sunlight for part to all of the day. They also require "Well Drained Soil". A medium sandy loam soil with a reasonable amount of humus is ideal. Peat moss can also be added. Heavy soils can be lightened with course sand and peat moss. If using manure make sure it is well rotted and use as top dress only, otherwise it can cause damage to the bulbs by lowering their disease resistance.
(2) Planting: Most lilies should be planted to a depth of 6” and 12-16”apart. Trumpets and orientals should be planted to a depth of 8” for extra winter protection. Place your lily bulb with its roots down and scale points up. A little bone meal may be added at this time. Cover with your soil mixture. Pack the soil in well around your bulb. It is important to thoroughly water your bulbs in after planting, so the soil settles around the bulb to prevent any air pockets. Lilies make a nice show if they are planted in triangular groups of 3 per variety.
(3) Watering: They do not require daily watering but when watering be sure to water deeply enough to reach the bulb. Avoid wetting the leaves. Excessive watering will cause your bulb to rot.
(4) Fertilizing: A light to moderate fertilizer (20-20-20) can be applied just before flowering and after blooming is completed to keep bulbs healthy.
Do not fertilize too late in the fall as bulbs can become too soft and rot.
(5) Labelling: It is wise to mark each bulb planted with a stake and a weather resistant marker, so as not to damage the lily shoots in the spring when working around your lily bulbs.
Container Growing: 
Bulbs may be planted singly in a 6" pot or in
groups of 3 in a larger pot, allow for 4-6” of soil above the bulb. Use a commercial potting soil mixed with 1/3 peat and 1/3 perlite or sand to allow for good drainage. A regular application of fertilizer as well as repotting every year with fresh soil is recommended.


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The flowers are large, often fragrant, and come in a range of colours including whites, yellows, oranges, pinks, reds and purples. Markings include spots and brush strokes. The plants are late spring- or summer-flowering. Many species are widely grown in the garden in temperate and sub-tropical regions. They may also be grown as potted plants.

 

Guide to the Growing and Culture of Lilium


Planting Instructions:

(1) Location: It is important to choose the right location. Lilies require direct sunlight for part to all of the day. They also require "Well Drained Soil". A medium sandy loam soil with a reasonable amount of humus is ideal. Peat moss can also be added. Heavy soils can be lightened with course sand and peat moss. If using manure make sure it is well rotted and use as top dress only, otherwise it can cause damage to the bulbs by lowering their disease resistance.
(2) Planting: Most lilies should be planted to a depth of 6” and 12-16”apart. Trumpets and orientals should be planted to a depth of 8” for extra winter protection. Place your lily bulb with its roots down and scale points up. A little bone meal may be added at this time. Cover with your soil mixture. Pack the soil in well around your bulb. It is important to thoroughly water your bulbs in after planting, so the soil settles around the bulb to prevent any air pockets. Lilies make a nice show if they are planted in triangular groups of 3 per variety.
(3) Watering: They do not require daily watering but when watering be sure to water deeply enough to reach the bulb. Avoid wetting the leaves. Excessive watering will cause your bulb to rot.
(4) Fertilizing: A light to moderate fertilizer (20-20-20) can be applied just before flowering and after blooming is completed to keep bulbs healthy.
Do not fertilize too late in the fall as bulbs can become too soft and rot.
(5) Labelling: It is wise to mark each bulb planted with a stake and a weather resistant marker, so as not to damage the lily shoots in the spring when working around your lily bulbs.
Container Growing: 
Bulbs may be planted singly in a 6" pot or in
groups of 3 in a larger pot, allow for 4-6” of soil above the bulb. Use a commercial potting soil mixed with 1/3 peat and 1/3 perlite or sand to allow for good drainage. A regular application of fertilizer as well as repotting every year with fresh soil is recommended.


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The flowers are large, often fragrant, and come in a range of colours including whites, yellows, oranges, pinks, reds and purples. Markings include spots and brush strokes. The plants are late spring- or summer-flowering. Many species are widely grown in the garden in temperate and sub-tropical regions. They may also be grown as potted plants.

 

Guide to the Growing and Culture of Lilium


Planting Instructions:

(1) Location: It is important to choose the right location. Lilies require direct sunlight for part to all of the day. They also require "Well Drained Soil". A medium sandy loam soil with a reasonable amount of humus is ideal. Peat moss can also be added. Heavy soils can be lightened with course sand and peat moss. If using manure make sure it is well rotted and use as top dress only, otherwise it can cause damage to the bulbs by lowering their disease resistance.
(2) Planting: Most lilies should be planted to a depth of 6” and 12-16”apart. Trumpets and orientals should be planted to a depth of 8” for extra winter protection. Place your lily bulb with its roots down and scale points up. A little bone meal may be added at this time. Cover with your soil mixture. Pack the soil in well around your bulb. It is important to thoroughly water your bulbs in after planting, so the soil settles around the bulb to prevent any air pockets. Lilies make a nice show if they are planted in triangular groups of 3 per variety.
(3) Watering: They do not require daily watering but when watering be sure to water deeply enough to reach the bulb. Avoid wetting the leaves. Excessive watering will cause your bulb to rot.
(4) Fertilizing: A light to moderate fertilizer (20-20-20) can be applied just before flowering and after blooming is completed to keep bulbs healthy.
Do not fertilize too late in the fall as bulbs can become too soft and rot.
(5) Labelling: It is wise to mark each bulb planted with a stake and a weather resistant marker, so as not to damage the lily shoots in the spring when working around your lily bulbs.
Container Growing: 
Bulbs may be planted singly in a 6" pot or in
groups of 3 in a larger pot, allow for 4-6” of soil above the bulb. Use a commercial potting soil mixed with 1/3 peat and 1/3 perlite or sand to allow for good drainage. A regular application of fertilizer as well as repotting every year with fresh soil is recommended.


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The flowers are large, often fragrant, and come in a range of colours including whites, yellows, oranges, pinks, reds and purples. Markings include spots and brush strokes. The plants are late spring- or summer-flowering. Many species are widely grown in the garden in temperate and sub-tropical regions. They may also be grown as potted plants.

Guide to the Growing and Culture of Lilium


Planting Instructions:

(1) Location: It is important to choose the right location. Lilies require direct sunlight for part to all of the day. They also require "Well Drained Soil". A medium sandy loam soil with a reasonable amount of humus is ideal. Peat moss can also be added. Heavy soils can be lightened with course sand and peat moss. If using manure make sure it is well rotted and use as top dress only, otherwise it can cause damage to the bulbs by lowering their disease resistance.
(2) Planting: Most lilies should be planted to a depth of 6” and 12-16”apart. Trumpets and orientals should be planted to a depth of 8” for extra winter protection. Place your lily bulb with its roots down and scale points up. A little bone meal may be added at this time. Cover with your soil mixture. Pack the soil in well around your bulb. It is important to thoroughly water your bulbs in after planting, so the soil settles around the bulb to prevent any air pockets. Lilies make a nice show if they are planted in triangular groups of 3 per variety.
(3) Watering: They do not require daily watering but when watering be sure to water deeply enough to reach the bulb. Avoid wetting the leaves. Excessive watering will cause your bulb to rot.
(4) Fertilizing: A light to moderate fertilizer (20-20-20) can be applied just before flowering and after blooming is completed to keep bulbs healthy.
Do not fertilize too late in the fall as bulbs can become too soft and rot.
(5) Labelling: It is wise to mark each bulb planted with a stake and a weather resistant marker, so as not to damage the lily shoots in the spring when working around your lily bulbs.
Container Growing:
Bulbs may be planted singly in a 6" pot or in
groups of 3 in a larger pot, allow for 4-6” of soil above the bulb. Use a commercial potting soil mixed with 1/3 peat and 1/3 perlite or sand to allow for good drainage. A regular application of fertilizer as well as repotting every year with fresh soil is recommended.

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The flowers are large, often fragrant, and come in a range of colours including whites, yellows, oranges, pinks, reds and purples. Markings include spots and brush strokes. The plants are late spring- or summer-flowering. Many species are widely grown in the garden in temperate and sub-tropical regions. They may also be grown as potted plants.

 

Guide to the Growing and Culture of Lilium


Planting Instructions:

(1) Location: It is important to choose the right location. Lilies require direct sunlight for part to all of the day. They also require "Well Drained Soil". A medium sandy loam soil with a reasonable amount of humus is ideal. Peat moss can also be added. Heavy soils can be lightened with course sand and peat moss. If using manure make sure it is well rotted and use as top dress only, otherwise it can cause damage to the bulbs by lowering their disease resistance.
(2) Planting: Most lilies should be planted to a depth of 6” and 12-16”apart. Trumpets and orientals should be planted to a depth of 8” for extra winter protection. Place your lily bulb with its roots down and scale points up. A little bone meal may be added at this time. Cover with your soil mixture. Pack the soil in well around your bulb. It is important to thoroughly water your bulbs in after planting, so the soil settles around the bulb to prevent any air pockets. Lilies make a nice show if they are planted in triangular groups of 3 per variety.
(3) Watering: They do not require daily watering but when watering be sure to water deeply enough to reach the bulb. Avoid wetting the leaves. Excessive watering will cause your bulb to rot.
(4) Fertilizing: A light to moderate fertilizer (20-20-20) can be applied just before flowering and after blooming is completed to keep bulbs healthy.
Do not fertilize too late in the fall as bulbs can become too soft and rot.
(5) Labelling: It is wise to mark each bulb planted with a stake and a weather resistant marker, so as not to damage the lily shoots in the spring when working around your lily bulbs.
Container Growing: 
Bulbs may be planted singly in a 6" pot or in
groups of 3 in a larger pot, allow for 4-6” of soil above the bulb. Use a commercial potting soil mixed with 1/3 peat and 1/3 perlite or sand to allow for good drainage. A regular application of fertilizer as well as repotting every year with fresh soil is recommended.


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