Sometimes it is very difficult to make a choice. That's why we have already put together for you a mix of the best varieties that belong to the Asian lily group. These are the earliest flowering lilies.
Their colouring is varied: red, yellow, apricot, cream, coral, pink, black, etc. The bicoloured specimens of lilies are very interesting. They have a fairly long flowering period (about 3 weeks). Their flower stems are sturdy. They are frost-resistant.
Asiatic lilies are very hardy and require minimal care. They will grow in any mildly acidic soil (even poor soil, unlike other lilies) and in moist soil with good drainage. Location - sunny location or light penumbra. They should be planted in autumn or early spring. These lilies are ideal for planting in groups in the centre of the flower bed or in borders and for growing in containers. They blend in well with annuals and perennials. They look good against a backdrop of conifers. A colourful mix of Asiatic Mix lilies will transform your garden into a blooming oasis! The plants are 50-120 cm tall. The flowering period is early to mid-summer.