A rare, highly-prized collectable lily from the Himalayas.
Huge lime-green bells with hearts of deep maroon, hang from strong stems in June and July. Each bloom is downward facing, flared and unusually scented. The plant is stoloniferous so will make dramatic clumps over a period of time, giving you armfuls of blooms for your home. Prefers cool, acidic soil in part shade. Height 60-90cm (24-36"). Spread 15cm (6"). Hardy bulbous perennial. Supplied as young plants.
Cream, Green, Purple
Type of garden
Cottage Garden, Prairie Style planting, Small Gardens
Dappled/Full Shade Loving, Foliage/Stem/Fruit Interest, NEW This Year, Rare or Unusual, Suitable for Container
SoilFertile, well drained soil
PositionSun with base in shade
CuttingGood for cutting
FloweringJuly to August
Additional InformationFragrant. Plant 3 times the depth of the bulb. Propagate by removing dormant bulblets from the dormant bulbs as soon as the foliage dies back. Please be aware the pollen and bulbs are HIGHLY TOXIC to animals and humans. Hardy bulbous perennial.
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