These are Asiatic Hybrid Lilies which are becoming increasingly popular perennial with gardeners, as the flowers are so large & beautiful, with the bonus of being easy to grow. This variety has stems that are medium to tall, providing a striking display in your garden and they are also perfect as cut flowers. If you prefer to plant them in pots for indoors, they make amazing house plants.
If you want a lovely flower display indoors during the winter that's fine too! The bulbs can be forced, so that they bloom early. These bulbs come with the colours mixed up and there is no way of knowing which bulb, is which colour. They can be planted at any time of the year indoors or from September to April outdoors. Bulbs planted in winter or autumn won't flower until late spring or early summer, but it will give them a good head start for the following spring. Unlike Oriental Lilies, Asiatic Lilies donít like acid soil so are perfect for most areas. If you have acidic soil in your area, then you should buy Oriental Lilies.