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Lilium

Lilium (Lily), with their beautiful flowers and enchanting scent, has more than 100 different species. The number of cultivars runs into the thousands. From the forests of Europe to the landscapes of Central and South Asia, the Philippines and North America, Liliums find their home in many places.

These flowers, infused with a wonderful scent, are not just any flowers; they are the symbol of purity and innocence. It is no wonder that they are rightly elevated to the 'beauty queens' among garden plants.

Liliums, with their roots deep in the history of the plant world, are among the oldest known plants.

We would like to tell you more about Lilium (Lily) from our range.

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Lilium 'African Queen'
Large, soft-orange, trumpet-shaped, slightly nodding flowers.
€6.00
Lilium 'Beijing Moon'
Tree lilie, soft pink with a purple pink glow, yellow from the base. A cross between Oriental lilies and Trumpet lilies. This has produced quite high, but firm lilies, usually with slightly downwards, large, fragrant flowers. Despite the height,...
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Lilium 'Black Beauty'
Legendary lily from 1957 which was the first lily to be registered in the Hall of Fame of the American Society Lily. She comes from the hands of the American breeder Leslie Woodriff and is considered to be one of the best, indestructible garden...
€4.95
Lilium 'Eastern Moon'
Tree lilie, soft pink with a yellow base. A cross between Oriental lilies and Trumpet lilies. This has produced quite high, but firm lilies, usually with slightly downwards, large, fragrant flowers. Despite the height, the lilies remain upright,...
€6.00
Lilium 'Fusion'
Originated from a cross between two species: L. pardalinum x L. longiflorum. Soft shiny brown-red with golden-yellow speckles in the centre. Height 60-80 cm
€4.95
Lilium 'Lady Alice'
White with a large orange centre, very unusual colour combination. A cross between Oriental lilies and Trumpet lilies. This has produced quite high, but firm lilies, usually with slightly downwards, large, fragrant flowers. Despite the height, the...
€4.50
Lilium 'Miss Feya'
Splendid dark red flowers. A cross between Oriental lilies and Trumpet lilies. This has produced quite high, but firm lilies, usually with slightly downwards, large, fragrant flowers. Despite the height, the lilies remain upright, so they are...
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Lilium 'Mister Cas'
Splendid white with yellow flowers. A cross between Oriental lilies and Trumpet lilies. This has produced quite high, but firm lilies, usually with slightly downwards, large, fragrant flowers. Despite the height, the lilies remain upright, so...
€6.00
Lilium 'Scheherazade'
A vigorously growing, pleasantly scented, American Orienpet-Hybrid, Oriental x Trumpet lily, also classified among the Turkish mute lilies. Along the dark red flowers, the creamy yellow edges become more intense in colour as flowering progresses....
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Lilium 'Stargazer'
Well-known Oriental lily with pinkish-red, fragrant flowers. At the edge, the speckled petals are lighter in colour.
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€3.75
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Lilium henryii
Intro: 1889. Irish botanist and dendrographer Augustine Henry (1857-1930) introduced this gently scented species. Origin: Ichange gorge (western Hubei) and Guihoe in central China. Plants found in their native habitat often do not grow taller than...
€4.95
Lilium lancifolium
Orange-red Tiger lily. Also known by the old names: L. lancifolium var. splendens en L. tigrinum splendens.
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Lilium leichtlinii
Named after Max Leichtlin. This Japanese species has large, fragrant, lemon yellow flowers with many red-purple spots. This beauty, on an about 90cm high stem, can be admired from July, often in airy clusters of more than twelve flowers. For a...
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Lilium martagon 'Alberta Morning'
One of the selections in the Martagon group, dark pink flowers with white 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)...
€7.50
Lilium martagon 'Albi Morning'
One of the selections in the Martagon group, white with maroon 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...
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Lilium martagon 'Arabian Knight'
Beautiful descendant, already registered in 1999, originating from crossing with, among others, L. martagon. Fragrant, many nodding flowers, burgundy, speckled gold from the heart, in large clusters. The sturdy stems reach a length of 100 cm.
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€7.50

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Lilium martagon 'Candy Morning'
One of the selections in the Martagon group, pink, towards the heart purple 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)...
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Lilium martagon 'Claude Shride'
A strong cultivar with long flower clusters. The typical martagon flower shape is clearly recognisable. Deep maroon red flowers, coloured pink on the outside.
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Lilium martagon 'Fairy Morning'
The pink petals are on the inside adorned with an ocher, irregular edge and brown speckles. The flower is pink on the outside. Again, the characteristic flower shape of L. martagon is clearly there.
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Lilium martagon 'Golden Morning'
One of the selections in the Martagon group, soft yellow 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.
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€7.50
Lilium martagon 'Guinea Gold'
The soft pink petals are on the inside decorated with an ocher, irregularly shaped edge and brown speckles. On the outside, the flower is pink. Notable is the characteristic flower shape of L. martagon with six cm wide flowers, of which there are...
€7.50
Lilium martagon 'Manitoba Morning'
The liver pink flowers are sprinkled with mahogany red spots surrounded by golden yellow markings. Very floriferous, large flower clusters.
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€7.50

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Lilium martagon 'Pink Morning'
Its beautiful soft pink flowers sprinkled with purple dots, carried by sturdy stems in the characteristic feathery flower cluster make this plant a good addition to the growing range of Martagon lilies.
€7.50
Lilium martagon 'Purple Morning'
One of the selections in the Martagon group, soft purplish-pink flowers with purple dots. 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...
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Lilium martagon 'Snowy Morning'
One of the selections in the Martagon group, white, green from the center with nicely contrasting orange stamens. These lilies have a natural look, spread a wildflower scent and are attractive to bumblebees, bees and butterflies. Plant them in...
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Lilium martagon 'Sunny Morning'
Warm yellow flowers with many red spots on the inside of the petals. At the tips of the petals the spots are closer together, giving them the samen colour the stamen , very beautiful! Also originating from the U.S.
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€7.50

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Lilium regale
King's Lily, one of the most beautiful lilies that is also the easiest to grow. They were first encountered in the western Chinese province Szetschuan by Ernest Henry Wilson in 1903. The bulbs that were collected by him were first known as L....
€4.95
Lilium regale 'Album'
The white King's lily, one of the most beautiful and also easiest lilies to grow. In 1903, they were first encountered by Ernest Henry Wilson in the western Chinese province of Szetschuan. The bulbs he collected were first known as L....
€4.95
Lilium speciosum var. rubrum 'Uchida'
Reliable selection of the Japanese species with softly scented, pink speckled flowers. Late-flowering. Turkish Cap-type. Height 120 cm.
€4.50

The diversity of Lilium

Liliums are available in many different varieties. From the Asiatic lilies with their striking colors to the elegant trumpet lilies with tubular flowers, each variety adds something special to gardens and bouquets. We highlight a few:

1. Lilium 'Eastern Moon': The Lilium 'Eastern Moon' is known for its enchanting, moon-like flowers. With creamy white petals that gently curve outward, this lily gives a feeling of serenity. The flowers often have a light scent, which makes them look unattractive, but also adds a subtle perfume to the garden.

2. Lilium 'Red Velvet': The 'Red Velvet' is a lily with deep, velvety red petals. The intense color of this lily immediately attracts attention and adds a fiery element to any garden.

3. Lilium 'Guinea Gold': The Lilium 'Guinea Gold' is a beautiful lily with warm, golden petals that radiate a radiant glow. This species adds a sunny atmosphere to gardens and borders. The flowers of 'Guinea Gold' are often subtly scented and attract the attention not only of people, but also of pollinating insects.

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Care of the Liliums

Growing and caring for lilies requires attention to detail and care, but with the right steps you can enjoy beautiful blooms in your garden. Here are some helpful tips for growing and caring for lilies:

1. Select the right location: Lilies thrive in well-drained soil and need at least six hours of direct sunlight per day.

2. Planting Time and Depth: Plant lily bulbs in the fall for early spring or summer blooms. Dig a hole two to three times deeper than the height of the bulb and place the bulb with the point up.

3. Watering: Water the lilies regularly, especially during dry periods. Avoid allowing the soil to be constantly soaked, as lily bulbs are susceptible to rot in damp conditions.

4. Stem Support: Use plant supports to support the long, slender stems of lilies, especially if they bear heavy blooms.

5. Wintering: Cover the lily beds with a layer of mulch to protect the bulbs from severe frost.

Would you like more care tips? Or more information about our different types of Liliums (Lilies)? Contact us without obligation by calling or emailing us.