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Lilium Tiger Babies x 3

Lilium Tiger Babies
Flower bulbs
Bulb size 10/12
3 flower bulbs
Cutflowers
Full bloom year after year
Suitable for pots
£9.50
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The petals of this 'Turks-cap' lily are bright orange, spotted with purple and arch gracefully back adding interesting shapes as well as vibrant...

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The petals of this 'Turk's-cap' lily are bright orange, spotted with purple and arch gracefully back adding interesting shapes as well as vibrant colour to your border. They are prolific bloomers and very hardy, often producing a dozen or more flowers per plant they will multiply to provide increased beauty every year.
  • 3 x Lilium Tiger Babies
Details
Botanical nameLilium Tiger Babies
CategoryLilies
Subcategorytiger
Delivered asFlower bulbs
Qty3x
FlowersYes
Flower periodSummer-Autumn
FragrantNo
CutflowersYes
Flower colourOrange
FruitsNo
EdibleNo
LocationSemi shade
HardyYes
GroundcoveringNo
NaturalizingNo
Plant spacing20cm
Plant Depth12cm
Preferred SoilAny soil
Full grown height80cm - 100cm
Mature width10cm - 20cm
PoisonousYes
Size10/12
Price per item€ 3,17

How to take care of Lilium Tiger Babies x 3

Plant Lilium Tiger Babies bulbs immediately upon arrival or ASAP but be very careful not break off any stalks or growth. Lilium Tiger Babies work best in an organic well-drained soil that is slightly acidic. Mulch is recommended for Lilium Tiger Babies, to keep the roots cool in summer and to protect from freezing in the winter. Lilium Tiger Babies make excellent cut flowers because they are long -lasting but be sure if cutting Lilium Tiger Babies that you leave as much foliage as possible to store some energy for next year’s bloom. Take off faded flower-heads after flowering, let the stem die off naturally and then remove it. The Lilium Tiger Babies bulbs may be left in the ground and will re-flower during the next flowering season. The pH should be about around 6.5. And fertilize Lilium Tiger Babies lightly on a monthly basis with 5-10-10 starting when the shoots begin to emerge. Aphids can be pests. If Lilium Tiger Babiesare planted in pots, keep the pots free from frost.

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