• Debby Orienpet Lily - 77360
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Debby Orienpet Lily

Lilium OT

#77360
Availability: Out of Stock
$5.93
Was: $16.95
You Save: $11.02 (65.0%)
3 bulbs per package
4.78 stars, based on 9 review(s)
Ship Season: Spring
One of the amazing crosses between the ever-popular Easter Lily and the Oriental Lily, the Debby Orienpet Lily is one you won't want to leave out of your garden plan this year! Its cheerful yellow petals are each adorned with an orange-red splash of color and do not disappoint in the fragrance department either!
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North Texas

Healthy Bulbs

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  • Healthy
  • Quality
  • Price
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  • None
The bulbs arrived quickly and were very healthy. I planted them and had growth within a couple of weeks. Very happy with purchase!

NW Missouri

Bulbs already sprouting upon arrival.

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I put the bulbs in a planter and boy did they grow. I transplanted the bulbs to the ground and they are still growing. I have two plants growing out of two of the bulbs. Can't wait to see if they bloom this year and if they survive the winter in the ground.

Quick growing!

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I planted these about 3 weeks ago and already have some coming up looking as though they may bloom soon!

East Texas

Planted then 3 weeks ago - Lilies

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Pros:
  • Highly Recommend
  • High Quality
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These are so easy to plant and take care of. Already have buds that should open any day!

Growing

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Pros:
  • beautiful and healthy
Cons:
  • rodent food
I ordered a bunch of lilies that I planted months ago. They started to shoot up maybe two weeks ago and I was excited since I had been concerned they weren't taking. I cannot tell which lily is which anymore, but the majority of my mix took. Beware! They are great plants but I am now aware of a rodent that accesses my garden because it mowed down the leaves and stems. I am getting more and plan to put them in my wine barrel pots in hopes they can grow without getting devoured.