These unique blooms resemble budding roses and make a bold statement in your garden! Each stem average 4-8 blooms with numbers increasing each year. Excellent for cut flowers.
This unusual perennial looks more like a rose than a lily! The brown-tipped stamens are the most obvious lily characteristic, standing tall above the soft apricot petals of the double flower heads. Long, narrow, deep green leaves frame the stems. While this lily prefers well-drained soil, it will tolerate heavier soils whether acidic, clay, loamy, or sandy. Keep your Lilies moist while in growth and fertilise at the start of the season and again as the flowers are finishing.