Lily bulbs from B&D Lilies® are garden tested. Orienpet lily bulbs, Trumpet, Orientals and Asiatic lilies, when planted in spring, will bloom spectacularly this coming summer.

'Eudoxia (Orienpet Lily)' (Lilium)

'Eudoxia - Economy 3-pack'
'Eudoxia - Economy 3-pack'
Item# L3023
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Lily Bulb Description

Classification: Oriental-Trumpet Hybrid Lily (USDA Zones 5-9, the colder climates of this range must provide winter mulching.)

Aleia Eudoxia was the powerful, strong willed and influential wife of the Roman Emperor Arcadius. Coinage from 401 to 403 AD shows her diadem draped bust with the "Hand of God" holding a wreath over her head. 'Eudoxia' can be described in just one word - WOW! This fantastic new OT introduction not only will fill your hunger for the apricot/melon tones in your garden, but these flowers also last a long, long time. The flowers are smaller in size than most of the OT's we grow, but when you see the color, it doesn't matter. Very color fast in our Northwest climate, but it is best planted in some light afternoon shade in the hotter climates to prolong this unique and rare color. 3 to 4 Feet.

Economy-size, package of three (3) bulbs.

These are generally smaller sized bulbs than we normally use to fill orders. All are flowering size, that after winter harvest and sorting, are usually planted back in late March to supplement the following year's fall crop.

Bulb size varies; we grade lilies for Minimum Size, not "Top Size" like other companies, so some may be quite a bit larger than others, even in these Economy 3-packs. You will find that our bulbs overall run larger than the standard dutch grading system to insure that they are indeed "flowering size".


"Dear Dianna, . . .even though yours [your bulbs] were supposedly smaller 'on-sale' ones, they were perfect and robust and bigger than any bulbs I've gotten through several mail order companies." [Email Dec. 8th 2008 following purchase of our "scratch and dent" bulbs last fall.]

Don't miss out on this opportunity, order today!


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