Nothing compares to a mass of colourful lilies in full bloom. These regal carefree plants produce many flowers per bulb, year after year with little or no extra care. Choose from a complete colour range of bright or pastel Asiatic lilies.
Stunning, bi-coloured blooms of new Asiatic lily ‘Forever Linda’ are an eye-catching, bold choice for feature pots and containers.
Flowering during June and July, the fiery blooms are excellent for cutting and feature scarlet petals with contrasting yellow centres. Vermillion stamens holding orange anthers tie the look of this spectacular, showy lily together.
‘Forever Linda’ is an excellent choice for bringing tropical colour and wonderful structure to your sunny, summer borders and large containers.
A tropical temptress which will return every summer with an unmissable display.
A pure white, illuminating lily, which brings elegance to summer borders and containers. Asiatic lily ‘Kent’ bears large and outstanding, cool-white blooms with broad petals atop tall, straight stems.
A classic beauty which blends well with other plants in mixed borders and is brilliant for pots. Grows well in full sun, or partial shade and makes a wonderful cut flower.
Flowers appear during June and July and will return every year to grace your garden with their ghostly, ethereal presence.
With breath-taking blooms of deep fuchsia pink, lily ‘Lemberg’ is a bewitching femme fatale. You will be spellbound as the satiny petals unfurl to reveal a heart of maroon freckles and dark red stamens. With tall, lithe stems of up to 90cm, this ravishing beauty brings elegant height to borders through June and July. This Asiatic hybrid has a barely discernible fragrance, so you can enjoy the blooms in all their splendour without being overpowered by the scent. The lavish blooms and strong stems make ‘Lemberg’ a stunning cut flower to adorn your home as well as your garden.
Asiatic lily ‘Levi’ produces stunning, star-shaped blooms in strawberries and cream shades of soft pink and white.
This beautifully romantic-looking lily makes a wonderful cut flower. Trim the golden stamens after cutting to avoid pollen shedding on clothes or upholstery.
A new and reliable lily which performs well in pots and containers and can be grown in garden borders, providing the soil is very well drained – adding a layer of grit under the bulbs at planting time is recommended.
Hot pink, trumpet-shaped flowers bloom bountifully on Asiatic lily ‘Pink County’ during June and July.
Each tall, elegant stem will produce several eye-catching, cerise flowers – perfect for cutting and adding to vibrant summer arrangements and bouquets.
An excellent lily for bright, bold containers which will be admired both from afar and up close. The large, healthy blooms feature delicately freckled petals and velvet-tipped stamens.
Blends beautifully with soft blue shades, both in the container and vase.
Spirited and exuberant, lily ‘Red Highland’ is like a floral Highland fling, jigging and reeling through the summer months. One of the earliest lilies to flower, the plump, elongated buds burst open to reveal a blaze of scarlet blooms. The fiery petals are set against verdant leaves, in a red-and-green colour combination like a classic tartan. With sturdy stems reaching up to 90cm, this lily is an eye-catching addition to the backs of your borders. Bearing up to seven blooms per stem, this bountiful variety makes an exquisite cut flower, creating an entire bouquet with just a few snips of your secateurs.
Asiatic lily ‘Tribal Kiss’ adds an air of sophisticated glamour to the garden when it blooms in June and July. The snow-white flowers look as though they have been spattered or sprayed in maroon in their centres, and bear perfectly co-ordinated white stamens and burgundy anthers.
An excellent lily for the garden and for cutting, thanks to strong, sturdy stems, a beautiful fragrance and long-lasting blooms.
Plant the bulbs in gritty compost in early autumn or spring for a rewarding summer display.
A bold and vibrant collection of Asiatic lilies, ideal for adding colour, structure and scent to summer containers and gardens.
This well-balanced mixture of both new and popular, reliable varieties are also perfect for cutting and adding to floral arrangements or bouquets.
Plant the bulbs ideally in autumn, into pots or planting holes lined with a layer of grit and well-drained soil and look forward to a stellar, exotic display of pink, orange, red, yellow and ivory blooms every summer.