Asiatic Lily, ( Lilium ‘Landini’) bulb,Pots and Planters,Cut Flowers. Perennial
Asiatic Lilies are easy, dependable perennials that put on a great show in the early summer border. This tall selection features large, upfacing flowers of deep midnight red, almost approaching black. Stems are excellent for cutting. Lilies are a good choice for tubs or mixed containers. Because of the height, the flower stems may need to be staked to prevent breaking in the wind. Divide every three years in October, moving to a new location. Remove old stems in late fall to help discourage diseases.
Your plant arrives to you as bulbs. Once planted in spring, they sprout to develop lovely leaves and handsome flower spikes through the summer.
Whether placed in your garden, a planter on the front porch, or a hanging box off the deck railing, these two varieties of perennial lily bulbs eventually bloom to bring lovely , inviting fragrance.
Plant in spring
Best in hardiness zones 3-9
Grows in full or partial sun
Blooms in mid- to late summer
Grows to up to 36” tall
This is the perfect no-maintenance lily to add to your flower border or particularly, your wildflower meadow. A few towering lilies over a wild meadow in full bloom is a wonderful mid-summer sight.