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Hardy Perennial Lilies

Hardy Perennial Lilies

Great for Naturalizing!
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These beauties produce bigger clumps and more flowers each summer, giving you so many colorful blooms you'll have plenty left for your cut-¬flower bouquets! They're stunning in the garden among other flowering perennials, in masses, in beds or as a colorful border.

Product Information:

Light: Partial Shade, Full Sun
Height: 3 - 4'
Bloom Time: Early to midsummer.
Spread: 12 - 18"
Zones: 3-9

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Hardy Perennial Lilies Product Details

Botanical Name: Lilium asiatic mix
Form: Bulb
Sun Exposure: Partial Shade, Full Sun
Height/Habit: 3 - 4'
Spread: 12 - 18"
Spacing: 12 - 18"
Hardiness Zone: 3-9
Foliage Type: Numerous, lance-shaped, dark green leaves whorled around the stems.
Flower Form: Cup-shaped to slightly recurved.
Flower Color: Mixed
Flowering Date: Early to midsummer.
Planting Requirements: Plant 4 - 6" deep. Prefers well-drained soil. Incorporate a high phosphorous fertilizer when planting.
Soil Requirements: Prefers well-drained soil, but will tolerate heavier soils.
Growth Rate: Moderate.
Unique Characteristics: Naturalizes very well. Excellent for fresh cut flower arrangements. Gorgeous, large flowers really stand out in the garden or landscape. Easy to grow and care for - no lifting or replanting.
Pruning: Don't remove leaves until they have died down in fall. They provide nourishment to the bulb for next season's blooms. Late fall.
Additional Information: Lilies require a cold dormant period, best grown in zones 3-8.
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Beautiful colors Review by Stephanie Burley MI
Posted on 2014-07-25 12:40:11

Planted last fall, and they all grew this spring. Only nine of ten actually flowered, but of those I had white, dark pink, light pink, orange, and red with orange. I can't wait to see if the multiply, but will probably buy more either way for other spots!

Bunnies love them Review by Kelli - Woburn, MA
Posted on 2013-08-03 11:10:18

Came up well, had orange and dark pink flowers. Bunnies started munching on the lower leaves then worked their way up the plant. Hoping they come up next year.

Gorgeous Flowers Review by Xu, Xiaofang - Swartz Creek, MI
Posted on 2013-08-01 22:49:14

This mix is the best of all the flowers I bought from MB. I bought two packages, and they turn out to be so beautiful, even more beautiful than the pictures, with all the colors in the picture. Almost every morning when I get up, I see a new bloom of a different color, in the recent ten days. BTW, they survive very easily, and are very easy to take care of.

AWESOME!!! A+++++ Review by Missy - Lebanon, KY
Posted on 2013-07-15 15:59:27

Purchased 20 of these bulbs three years ago and all 20 bloomed. The following year, about 35 to 40 came up and this year, I would guess 50 - 60. The majority of these flowers reached 4' tall. These were planted on the side of my house and receive morning sun. They tilted over just a bit, but an excellent flower and the neighbor's complimented me like crazy on them! Several family members have now purchased the same ones after seeing mine. Thanks Michigan Bulb! :)

multiply but lack in color variety Review by fallon - battle ground, WA
Posted on 2013-04-08 21:49:45

all of my bulbs bloomed in the same season i planted them. so i was very happy about that. but once they bloomed all of the lilies were orange and only 1 was different.. by the picture and description, i thought i would get a better mix, but they were all the same. this will be the 2nd season i have them and they have multiplied wonderfully 3-4 more per each original bulb... would buy again, but have a back up plan for other color in that area.

32034 Review by Angela - Fernandina Beach, FL
Posted on 2012-07-12 18:05:33

I purchased a set last year and they are awesome..Getting ready to buY 2 more sets..YOU CAN NOT GO WRONG BUYING THESE!! Also the bulbs multiply

A Must Have!!! Review by Michele H - Mobile, AL
Posted on 2012-07-03 13:12:06

I ordered some of these from Michigan Bulb 24 years ago and planted them in my mom's Mobile, AL flower bed. Twenty-four years later, they are STILL putting on a show!!! I have just moved to NC and will be ordering some of these for my own home. You won't find much more bang for your buck!

Very Nice...would buy again! Review by Ashleigh Mooar - Grand Rapids, MI
Posted on 2012-06-30 11:32:36

I love these flowers very pretty. Didn't turn out as full as the picture though but I think that's b/c you have to buy a lot of them. I purchased 1 bundle and planted them in a group and they turned out very nice!

Better Review by Roger - Poplar Grove, IL
Posted on 2012-03-31 07:07:23

I got these as part a package so, I did not know what to expect. Wow is all I can say now. Each year they have better than the year before. I have some that are 4-5 feet tall. They are my show blooms now and they neighbors love them and so does my wife. I recommend that one for every garden. I am about to order more because I know they are with it.

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These beautiful perennial lily bulbs will brighten your garden and enrich any landscape. Hardy perennial lilies thrive well, and with their large, up-facing blooms and gorgeous mix of colors few flowers look better in the garden or a vase. With each summer their colors become more vibrant as their size increases.

These hardy perennial flower bulbs are a wonderful bang for your buck. The 3 to 4' stalks produce an abundance of long-lasting blooms set off by dark green lance-shaped foliage. They look amazing when freshly cut in an arrangement. As they naturalize well and are easy to grow and care for, it is hard to go wrong with these stunning perennial lily bulbs. The hardy perennial lilies thrive best in well drained or heavier soil in partial shade to full sun. Plant your bulbs 4 to 6" deep in soil enriched by a bulb booster.

These perennial flower bulbs grow and thrive outdoors in zones 3 to 8, but will need to be harvested and refrigerated for a period of dormancy in climates with warm winters. Foliage die-back provides nourishment for next year's blooms, so don't cut back the leaves until late fall. This mix of beautiful blooms comes in shades of yellow, red, orange, pink, and white, so it is incredibly easy to match them to your already established landscape or create a picture perfect setting from scratch. These lilies can be the centerpiece to any setting or a colorful accent.

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