Species Lily Bulbs (Spring-Planted) - Henryi

Species Lily Bulbs (Spring-Planted) - Henryi

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Spring Planted Bulb - Wild / Species Lily - Henryi

Heavily festooned with a vibrant display of tangerine orange blooms throughout the summer, this Wild Lily Henryi is an easy grower, sure to make a statement in your garden! Plants can reach excess of 7 feet tall once established and will produce large, unique flowers. Species Lilies are so called because they are non-hybrid, unlike most garden lilies.

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  • Common Name: Lily (Species/Wild) "Henryi"
    Botanical Name: Lilium
    Type: Spring-Planted Bulb
    Bulb Size: Extra Large 16-18 cm, Largest Size Commercially Available
    Color: Orange with Dark Orange Spots
    Mature Height / Flower Size: 4 to 7 Feet Tall / Bloom 6-8"
    Sun / Shade: Sun & Partial Shade
    Bloom Time: Early to Mid Summer
    Hardiness Zones: 4 - 9
    Ships: Spring
  • Square
    Feet
    # of Bulbs (Dense)# of Bulbs (Moderate)
    132
    51510
    103020
    154530
  • Before you plant your Lily, choose a sunny spot. Well-drained soil is a must for lilies to do their best. Lilies do best in full sun but they can tolerate some shade.

    Lilies look very nice when planted in groups of 3-5 bulbs, space them about12 inches apart so they have room to grow. Small lily bulb varieties should be planted 2- to 4-inches deep, and larger lily bulb varieties should be planted 6-inches deep. Space each group about 3 to 4 feet apart so they can grow to their full mature size.

    The soil should remain moist. Watering a substantial amount once a week is usually more desirable than a few light watering during the week. During the hot months of course watch your soil and do not let it dry out. Water as needed.

    Mulching your Lily garden during the fall and winter is advised. Spread the mulch back in the spring as the lily stalks emerge from the soil as it will no longer be needed.

    If your soil needs amendment, fertilize the lily garden in the early spring using a 5-10-10 is usually a good choice.

    Remove the dead flower heads as soon as they die off. This gives the plant energy back to the bulb for next season.

    It is strongly suggested that you dig up and divide the lily bulbs every three or four years (the bulbs will multiply). Replant the bulbs in new patterns and holes, and if possible, extend the lily garden area you have already been using.

 

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