LILIUM LANDINI

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LILIUM LANDINI

£3.99

Lilium ‘lANDINI’ – 3 PER PACK 

The Asiatic Lilium ‘Landini’ is an irresistible beauty. The large deep burgundy flowers- which almost look black in certain light!-will add a striking display to any garden. In the right location these majestic lilies can be left to their own devices and flower for up to eight weeks from late spring  through to early summer. With the curved petals and orange stamens, these beautiful flowers make perfect cut flowers.

Plant bulbs 5-6” deep in sunny to partially shaded location with fertile well prepared, and well-drained soil, such as the back of a sunny border or in a big pot, in mid-spring. This will give your lilies the opportunity to grow to their maximum height of 90cm.

In their growing season water freely and use high-potash liquid fertilizer approx. every two weeks.

After they have bloomed you can divide the lilies and when they faded, cut them back to the base of the plant.

Cat owners may be disappointed to hear, the RSPA have reported that lilies can be fatal to cats- including the flower, leaves and pollen. So, these lilies should be avoided.

 

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Lilium ‘lANDINI’ – 3 PER PACK 

The Asiatic Lilium ‘Landini’ is an irresistible beauty. The large deep burgundy flowers- which almost look black in certain light!-will add a striking display to any garden. In the right location these majestic lilies can be left to their own devices and flower for up to eight weeks from late spring  through to early summer. With the curved petals and orange stamens, these beautiful flowers make perfect cut flowers.

Plant bulbs 5-6” deep in sunny to partially shaded location with fertile well prepared, and well-drained soil, such as the back of a sunny border or in a big pot, in mid-spring. This will give your lilies the opportunity to grow to their maximum height of 90cm.

In their growing season water freely and use high-potash liquid fertilizer approx. every two weeks.

After they have bloomed you can divide the lilies and when they faded, cut them back to the base of the plant.

Cat owners may be disappointed to hear, the RSPA have reported that lilies can be fatal to cats- including the flower, leaves and pollen. So, these lilies should be avoided.