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Asiatic Lily Mix

#86168
Availability: In Stock
$8.47
Was: $18.95
You Save: $10.48 (55.3%)
8 bulbs per package
Quantity:
4.75 stars, based on 20 review(s)
Ships: Fall

Asiatic Lilies are wonderful gems of the summer garden. Blooming early summer in an array of vibrant colors, red, orange, yellow, pink, bicolored and speckled, there is a place for asiatic lilies in any sunny summer border. Asiatic Lilies are not fragrant, and have blooms which face upward. A few weeks after blooming the lilies will go dormant therefore you will want to plant something in the garden space to fill in for them once they are dormant for the season.

* Please note: Due to the life cycle of this item it is harvested in late summer by our suppliers and do not arrive to to us from Holland until early to mid-October. Therefore, all orders containing this item will begin shipping in mid to late October, according to the hardiness zone.

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Healthy bulbs and very satisfied with my purchase as usual!

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Just planted. Can't wait to see it grow

ZONE 8

Great Flowers

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The flowers came in and they were planted.

ZONE 8

Great Flowers

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The flowers came in and they were planted.

Growing fast!

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I planted these lilies for a friend of mine and told him they will not come up until April, so that he has patience. Six of eight bulbs sprouted in no time and started growing like weed, quite unbelievable, especially compared to other bulbs that I planted. Also the plants are resistant to cold (covered with a blanket); we had twice this month temperatures below freezing in Houston (not like last year though). I'm sure they will flower soon, probably beginning March, before anything else.