Oriental Lilies for Pots
These compact Oriental lilies provide stunning displays for smaller areas, patios, conservatories and containers.
Oriental lily ‘Garden Party’ is a shorter lily variety, perfect for summer patio pots. Emitting a heady fragrance, the showy flowers feature large, reflexed petals which give an exotic appearance.
Ideal for cutting, the glorious blooms are white in colour, with a gold band blushing to pink as it tapers down the centre of each petal. Burgundy freckles speckle the petal surfaces and enhance Garden Party’s tropical looks along with dusty rust-orange stamens.
As a mark of excellence, this wonderful lily has been awarded a certificate of garden merit from the RHS.
The pale lemon blooms of Oriental lily ‘Gold Fever’ bring freshness to summer pots and garden containers.
The exotic-looking flowers feature a cluster of burnt-orange anthers, standing proudly on stamens at the centre of each large bloom. A light dusting of red freckles brings delicate contrast to the soft yellow colouring of this regal lily.
Bulbs can be planted in spring or autumn, into well-drained, gritty compost, for flowers between July and August.
The pristine blooms of lily ‘Muscadet’ resemble the delicate beauty of a porcelain doll. Pearly, translucent white petals are tinted by a demure pink blush and maroon freckles. This captivating Oriental lily flaunts sizeable, outward facing flowers borne on sturdy stems of up to 60cm. A compact height makes ‘Muscadet’ an enchanting choice for confined spaces and container displays. Be sure to position some near seating areas to be surrounded by their enthralling fragrance. This vigorous variety produces an abundance of blooms from July – August, providing a delightful spectacle for your garden throughout the summer months.