Lilies are a woodland bulb that produce their flowers in summer. Plant them in the spring for a fantastic display of spectacular flowers later in the year. The flowers are large and brightly coloured. Flowers are also often highly scented and because of their upright nature and strong stems they are often used in pots or grown to cut for the house where the scent will fill the home.

  • Lily Salmon Flavour Taylors

    LILY SALMON FLAVOUR

    Lily (Lilium) is a genus of herbaceous flowering plant growing from the bulbs, they are all usually large prominent flowers. Orange Tiger Lily has pale pink undertones at the edges of each petal and a apricot tint in the centre of the flower. The flower usually starts to bloom around July and the orientation of the flower grows out facing downwards.

    • Prefers the sun and moist but well-drained soil
    • Blooms mid to late summer

    This product is available at the following Garden centres:
    • Alexandra Palace Garden centre
    • Neals Nursery Garden centre
    • Woods of Berkhamstead Garden centre

    £2.99
  • Taylors Lily Curly Sue

    Taylors Lily Curly Sue

    This type of lily has shades of both white and pink and has pointed tips that are lightly freckled with a maroon shade and orange coloured stamens. Should be planted around autumn to mid spring the reason for this is to help them settle in to become better established before they start putting on their new spring growth. This is a better option to do spring planting because during the winter your soil might get heavy and wet during the winter.

    • Full sun
    • Well-drained soil that is enriched with leaf mould or a loam-based potting compost
    • The rate or growth is average
    • Flowering period is around July to August

    This product is available at the following Garden centres:
    • Alexandra Palace Garden centre
    • Neals Nursery Garden centre
    • Woods of Berkhamstead Garden centre

    £2.99