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.

Lily Bulb - 'Divine' Economy 12-pack

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‘Divine’ (Economy 12-pack)
Item# L5003e
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Lily Bulb Description

Classification: Longiforum-Asiatic Hybrid (USDA Zones 5-10, colder climates w/winter mulch)

Not really a pure Asiatic, but rather a cross of Lilium longiflorum and pink Asiatics, this new cultivar has the "trumpet" flower shape of a traditional Easter Lily, but a stunning, deep rose-pink coloration that brightens up the garden. Best grown in areas where there is not a long period of severe "freeze-thaw" cycles with lots of rain. Frosts in the high twenties are not a problem. Plants emerge quickly after the ground warms; great for mountain gardens, as the plants flower more quickly than late season Orientals and so will mature in time for an early winter. If you plant in containers, choose Trailing Lobelia or other shallow rooted annuals to trail over the container edges. Be certain to protect potted lilies over winter, our guarantee is for garden-planted bulbs. 3 to 4 Feet. July.

ECONOMY 12-PACKS Size is smaller on these bulbs than we normally sell due to our cold and rainy spring and summer. Bulbs for next year’s catalog and web sales are in the ground, so these are not required for propagation. Expect one to three flowers at most during next summer, with many more to come in the years that follow. Plant with 4 inches of soil covering bulbs, even though they are smaller in size, they still need to be well-anchored against wind. Mulch for the winter (after soil freezes) in the Midwest and other severe-winter climates.

Availability subject to stock on hand, no backorders, order quickly to take advantage of this special offer.


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