Lilium Child In Time (3 Bulbs)
AOA Lilies are the result of crossing an Asiatic Lily with an Oriental Lily and then backcrossing with another Asiatic Lily. This breeding process produces lilies with colourful, open, and upward-facing flowers that last well. They possess a mild fragrance and are known for their resilience and ease of cultivation.
– Liliums are fairly hardy and perform best in full sun to part shade positions. Liliums may require protection from sun and hot winds during the summer period. Taller varieties benefit from flower staking or flower supports. Plant immediately after delivery and do not allow the bulbs to dry out before planting. Plant bulbs to a depth of 10-15cm. Liliums need regular watering but avoid waterlogged soils. Free draining position and prepare the soil before planting with organic matter. Mulch well. Liliums perform in both pots and garden beds. Bulbs establish and form larger clumps. Divide clumps of Lilium bulbs in the coming years. Good air movement reduces the risk of disease. Warning: Lilium flowers and plants can be toxic to pets if consumed.