Lily (Lilium) Fairy Morning
Lily (Lilium) Fairy Morning - flower bulbs and perennial plants from Holland
Lily (Lilium) Fairy Morning
Product Description - Lily (Lilium) Fairy Morning
(Lilium martagon 'Fairy Morning', Lilium speciosum 'Fairy Morning', Lilium Fairy Morning, Martagon hybrid lily). New! Amber-yellow flowers with pink and dark spots will not leave you indifferent. They belong to the Martagon lily group (curly lily). We are pleased to offer you this wonderful lily that likes to grow in partial shade and is very attractive to butterflies. If you look at its graceful flowers, you will think that they are floating in the air.
The Fairy Morning lily has an almost perfect shape with a large elongated inflorescence. The inflorescence is crowned with characteristic "turkscap" flowers. This means that the petals are bent backwards, "opening" the spots on the petals and anthers. The wax flowers are medium-sized, about 7.5 cm in diameter. They bloom in early summer. They are of attractive colour, turban-shaped and all facing downwards. The bright colour is complemented by a delicate pattern of maroon specks, which is perfect. Strong stems that are not afraid of winds are another advantage of this lily.
- Flower diameter: about 7.5 cm
- Flower colour: maroon
- Flower shape: turban-shaped
The group of lilies called Martagon hybrids was derived from several reliable species such as L. Martagon and hansonii. Most forms are fragrant. In nature, martagon lilies always grow in moist soil with simultaneous access to oxygen and well-drained. The substrate should provide the bulb with conditions for the favourable development of the root system. Too wet and cold soil can lead to rotting. The soil in which lilies grow should be rich in humus and permeable, with an additional amount of peat. While most lilies prefer slightly acidic soil with a pH of 5.5 to 65, Martagon lilies need alkaline soil with an acidity index of 6 to 7. Like its parents, the Fairy Morning lily is durable and easy to grow in suitable conditions (partial shade, imitating a forest). Its frost resistance is high: it can withstand temperatures down to -37.2°C. The flowering period is June-July. The height of the plant is 90-120 cm or more, and the width is 20-30 cm. In the garden, it is preferable to place it in the background of the border, in a mixborder or in a separate flower bed. Planted in the same area as daffodils and tulips, it will "stretch" the spring bloom into summer.
Lily bulbs are usually planted to a depth that is about twice the height of the bulb. Large bulbs are planted about 15-20 cm deep, and small bulbs are planted to a depth of 10-15 cm. It looks best in group plantings of 3-5 pieces (or more). It is recommended to plant three to four bulbs of the same variety or different varieties in a large tub or pot. The soil around the plant is not loosened, but mulched with compost or peat. Since this lily is a tall plant, it is advisable to tie it to a support. The ideal time for planting is spring and autumn. It reproduces by baby bulbs and bulbous scales. Please note that if you choose the right lilies, they will delight you with their flowering from early summer until frost.
Product Details - Lily (Lilium) Fairy Morning
|Price per package||€5,95|
|Plant Height||75-80 cm|
|Suitable as cutting flower||Yes|
|Hardiness Zone||Zone 4-5|
How to Plant - Lily (Lilium) Fairy Morning
Guide and tips for plantinglilium(lily) bulbs
Choose a sunny spot in your garden with well-draining soil.
Dig a hole that is 2-3 times deeper than the height of the bulb.
Mix some compost or other organic matter into the soil at the bottom of the hole.
Place the bulb in the hole with the pointed end facing up.
Fill the hole with soil and gently firm the soil around the bulb.
Water the soil until it is evenly moist.
Cover the area with a layer of mulch to help retain moisture and suppress weeds.
Water the bulb regularly, making sure not to let the soil dry out completely.
As the plant grows, provide support to the stem to prevent it from bending or breaking.
After the flowers have faded, cut the stem off at the base and continue to care for the plant by watering it regularly and providing it with full sun or partial shade.
Delivery - Lily (Lilium) Fairy Morning
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Lily (Lilium) Fairy Morning