Oriental Trumpet lily is a cross between Oriental and Trumpet lilies producing bulbs that are hardy and flowers the shape of Oriental lilies with a sweet fragrance.
Large blooms of clotted cream, enriched with mango centres top the towering stems of Oriental Trumpet hybrid lily ‘Miss Peculier.’
From July until August, the spectacular, classy flowers unfold from dusky-purple buds, emitting a heady fragrance which fills the summer air with perfume.
A green star sits in the heart of each bloom, holding a cluster of lime stamens and velvety rust-orange anthers.
Miss Peculier makes a showy cut flower and can be grown in large containers and sunny garden borders.
Eye-catching Oriental Trumpet hybrid lily ‘Orange Space’ ought to be given ample room in the border to show off its spectacular, clementine-coloured blooms.
The large flowers are produced in floriferous clusters, at the top of lofty stems.
Plant the bulbs towards the back of sunny garden borders and provide support in breezy areas. Orange Space also grows well in large feature containers, putting on a show-stopping display.
Also known as tree, or giant lilies, these aristocratic hybrids combine the best features of both Trumpet and Oriental lilies.
With shapely, bell-shaped blooms held on statuesque stems, lily ‘Passion Moon’ is a mesmerising sight. Like the shifting light of the moon, the petal edges waver between golden cream and silvery white. These bi-coloured flowers are embellished with a dark cherry-red heart at the centre, and a lilac wash to the outside petals. Soaring to a height of 130cm, the majestic plants draw the eye upwards, providing a spectacular vertical accent to your borders from July to August. With a scent demanding to be savoured, this Oriental Trumpet hybrid also makes an outstanding cut flower for stately arrangements and bouquets.
Oriental Trumpet hybrid lily ‘Red Morning’ produces a grand and opulent display in colours evocative of the middle east.
Towering stems of recurved, trumpet-shaped flowers, burst into life during July and August. Each stem produces up to 5 spectacular blooms of mahogany-red, edged with soft apricot-yellow. The flowers are beautifully fragranced, most noticeable on warm, sunny days.
Known as tree, or giant lilies, Oriental Trumpet hybrids are suitable for perennial planting, large pots, and containers.
Immediately striking, the enormous, bold blooms of lily ‘Robert Swanson’ will bring fiery flair to your borders from July to August. Golden yellow petals feature a flame of bronzed crimson, with contrasting lime green stigma radiating a delicate fragrance. A cross between Oriental and Trumpet varieties, this hybrid can offer the best of both worlds, with the vigour and dependability of Trumpet types combined with the exotic, ornamental value of Oriental lilies. Otherwise known as ‘Goliath’ lilies for their size, ‘Robert Swanson’ has a more garden-friendly stature than some, reaching a manageable 120cm whilst maintaining the hallmark giant flowers.