An explosion of white and pinkish tones with
red banding and sprinkles of crimson turn
these petals into raspberry fireworks. The large
9-12" double flowers are very unusual for lilies,
and will fill your garden with the fragrant aroma
of sunny beaches and tropical nights. Leave
fully hardy bulbs in the ground for increased
beauty the following years.
Light: Full sun to partial shade
Bloom Time: Mid to late summer
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Magic Star Double Lily Product Details
Lilium oriental Hybr 'Magic Star'
Partial Shade/Full Sun
36 - 48"
6 - 9"
6 - 9"
Zone 3 - 8 (-40 degrees F)
Long, linear, glossy green leaves arranged in whorls or sprials up erect stems.
Oriental, upfacing double flowers
With pinkish tones and red banding topped off with sprinkles of crimson
Plant 4 - 6" deep because lily bulbs develop roots along the stem just above the bulb. 9 -12" apart
Prefers well drained soil, but will tolerate heavier soils.
This flower is an absolute delight, with pinkish tones and red banding topped off with sprinkles of crimson. The ruffled petals look like raspberry fireworks. These carefree flowers ask only for well-drained soil. Hardy in zones 3-8, they thrive for many years in sun or part shade, reaching 3-4 feet with a 9- to 12-inch spread. The large flowers give off an intense fragrance, filling your garden with the aroma of sun-drenched beaches and lush tropical nights.
Don't remove leaves until they have died down in fall. They help provide nourishment to the bulb for next season's blooms.
The Double Lily Mix will bring a riot of color and a unique look to any garden. Unlike standard lily varieties, these double lilies feature large double multi-petaled blooms- a striking look to catch the eye and invite admiration. The Double Lily has fine, delicate petals; however, much like other Asiatic lilies, they are known for being vigorous and keeping their blooms for an extended period of time. Our Double Lily Mix includes red, yellow, and pink and white varieties to bring an array of colors to your yard.
Lily plant bulbs should be planted in four to six inches of soil to keep them cool and moist, and they can thrive in a wide variety of soil types. They prefer partial shade to full sunlight. These lilies grow from two to four feet tall and spread about eight to twelve inches across. They feature a narrow to flared trumpet shaped lily and have narrow green leaves. They flower the best in midsummer, when they can get the most sunlight. Growth rate is moderate, and very little pruning is required. The double flowering lily brings a unique look and attractive flair to the garden and requires little maintenance while providing maximum effect. The height and bold colors of the double blooms create an eye-catching display in the garden or in a vase.