These deep, rosy-red flowers have just a tiny accent of white on the nectaries, otherwise the color is solidly produced throughout the bloom, a great plant for intense color in the garden. 3 Feet. Early June.Important: These are FRESH-dug bulbs from our Pacific Northwest fields in October, not the "pre-cooled" leftovers from the greenhouse forcing trade so commonly found on web-only marketers throughout the summer. Lily bulbs planted in late summer or early fall straight from cold storage will not have time to flower properly and mature their foliage before cold weather, resulting in bulb loss over winter and a bare spot in your garden the next summer. Only plant fresh dug lily bulbs October to through Late April, for superior results in your garden.
Bulb Size - Our standard for bulbs of this Easter x Asiatic Hybrid Lily Bulb (Fragrant) cultivar ranges from Premium-size" (16/18 cm) to Exhibition-size" (over 20 cm). Click here for details.