Species Turkish Cap
A very fine species of lilies with Turk’s cap blooms having downward-facing flowers with recurved petals on tall upright stems.
A refined and elegant Turks cap lily, ‘Black Beauty’ will produce as many as 40 flowers per plant once established, borne in stunning floral sprays.
The lightly-fragranced, claret-red blooms are outlined in white and hold a green star in the centre.
Stems are straight, tall and strong – great for growing near the back of a garden border and ideal for cutting and adding to floral arrangements.
A sunny position and well-drained soil are best for this magnificent, Heirloom species hybrid lily to thrive.
More commonly known as ‘Henry’s Lily’ in reference to the Irish explorer Augustine Henry, who discovered it, lilium ‘Henryi’ is an award-winning species lily.
Recipient of a prestigious award of garden merit from the RHS, this hardy and reliable cultivar produces up to 30 large, gracefully-poised, nodding flowers. The scented blooms are deep-orange in colour, with textured maroon speckles. Recurved petals expose elegant long green stamens and rust-coloured anthers, giving an exotic appearance.
Dark green foliage and black stems add to the enchanting look of this spectacular lily.
Species lily ‘Lady Alice’ is a graceful, apricot lily with wonderful fragrance – perfect for bringing a touch of elegance to late-summer borders.
Pretty, delicate, downward-facing flowers bloom during August. Striking and unusual, the pendulous flowers blend from creamy-white, to soft apricot and green with dark freckles on the petals towards their throats.
The abundance of blooms and stem height increase each year until the bulbs of this long-lived lily are fully established.
Lily ‘Miss Feya’ is a breathtakingly opulent, Oriental-Trumpet type of magnificent proportions. Soaring to a height of up to 250cm, ‘Miss Feya’ will provide a splendid focal point at the back of your borders from June to July. Boasting glorious, grandiose blooms of raspberry red edged with glimmering silver, the petals are dramatically swept backwards, revealing elongated, pendulous stamens. Snip a few stems to bring indoors and create jaw-dropping, fantastically fragrant floral arrangements. Once established, these bulbs with send up multiple stems to form a bushy, shrub-like appearance, becoming increasingly impressive each year.
Late-flowering lily ‘Speciosum Uchida’ is an exceptionally fine cultivar, which has stood the test of time, gracing gardens since the 1800’s with its long-lasting, elegant flowers.
Extremely floriferous, this lily bears tall stems of numerous rose-crimson blooms, featuring white petal edges and polka-dotted surface. A cluster of lime green stamens projects from the centre of the exotic-looking flowers, holding dark, velvety anthers.
A showy, scented Turk’s cap lily, ideal for cutting, and for growing in large feature pots and mixed garden borders.