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Lilium

Most lilies are planted in spring. We offer a wide range during that period. The lilies offered now can also (or should) be planted in autumn. The bulbs like to be deep in the ground, with the exception of the Madonna lily, Lilium candidum, which should be planted shallowly.

  • Lilium henryi

    Firm, tall, orange lily with brown speckles. Turkish Cap-type. Height 120-150 cm.
  • Lilium lancifolium 'Flore Pleno'

    The double-flowered form of the famous tiger lily. L. lancifolium occurs among others in China, Korea and Japan. In summer slightly nodding, orange-red, heavy speckled odourless flowers appear. In the leaf axils arise bulbils will grow in the leaf axils. the stems have greyish hair on them. A strong, easy growing lily.
  • Lilium martagon 'Guinea Gold'

    One of the selections in the Martagon group, yellow ochre flowers with brown speckles, soft pink on the outside.These lilies have a natural look, spread a wildflower scent and are attractive to bumblebees, bees and butterflies. Plant them in light, humus-rich soil (lime) with good drainage.
  • Lilium martagon 'Peppard Gold'

    Bronze to golden-yellow flowers, cinnamon-colored dots. Height 120 cm.
  • Lilium leichtlinii

    This Japanese species has large fragrant lemon-yellow flowers with many reddish-purple speckles. Often in airy clusters of more than twelve flowers.
  • Lilium martagon 'Arabian Knight'

    One of the selections in the Martagon group, burgundy red with gold-yellow speckles. These lilies have a natural look, spread a wildflower scent and are attractive to bumblebees, bees and butterflies. Plant them in light, humus-rich soil (lime) with good drainage.
  • Lilium martagon 'Claude Shride'

    One of the selections in the Martagon group, purple-red, the outside of the flower is pink. These lilies have a natural look, spread a wildflower scent and are attractive to bumblebees, bees and butterflies. Plant them in light, humus-rich soil (lime) with good drainage.
  • Lilium martagon 'Fairy Morning'

    One of the selections in the Martagon group, pink with ocher yellow and brown speckles. These lilies have a natural look, spread a wildflower scent and are attractive to bumblebees, bees and butterflies. Plant them in light, humus-rich soil (lime) with good drainage.
  • Lilium martagon 'Manitoba Morning'

    Slightly scented. One of the selections in the Martagon group, dusky pink, speckled yellow and brown. These lilies have a natural look, spread a wildflower scent and are attractive to bumblebees, bees and butterflies. Plant them in light, humus-rich soil (lime) with good drainage.
  • Lilium martagon 'Sunny Morning'

    One of the selections in the Martagon group, warm yellow flowers, many purple-red speckles on the inside of the flowers. These lilies have a natural look, spread a wildflower scent and are attractive to bumblebees, bees and butterflies. Plant them in light, humus-rich soil (lime) with good drainage.
  • Lilium candidum

    Madonna lily, wonderfully fragrant. Up to twenty pieces, outward-facing, broad funnel-shaped, white flowers. The first leaves often appear in the fall.