One of the modern OAO hybrids obtained by Dutch breeders by repeated crossing of Oriental with Asiatic hybrids. Their result will delight amateur florists: the lily bowls with their wide-open flowers point upwards and are of enormous size. Their attractive pearly pink colour does not fade in full sun, although planting in the penumbra is recommended.
Height of the plant: 100-110 cm;
flower diameter: 15-20 cm;
flowering month: July;
flower colour: pink.
When planting in the spring and autumn, prepare bulbs in bulb beds by filling them with mildly acidic soil and a thick layer of drainage. This will subsequently prevent the roots from rotting during a rainy summer and will also help to protect them from soaking in autumn and frost damage in winter. The standard planting depth is 10-15 cm, depending on the size of the bulb. The plant builds up gradually, forming a greater number of buds each year. After 4-5 years, the bush should be divided by transplanting the daughter bulbs separately. To obtain a larger number of planting material, fertilisation should be remembered throughout the growing season: when the flower stalks are extended, when the buds are poured and when the plant is in flower.