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    Double Lilies

    Explore the Double Lily collection - Spring Flowering bulbs

    Welcome to our Double Lily collection, where we showcase a stunning range of spring-flowering bulbs guaranteed to brighten up your garden. Our selection includes various colors and sizes of these exquisite, full-petaled blooms that add elegance and fragrance to any outdoor space. Double Lilies are low-maintenance, deer-resistant, and create a gorgeous display when planted in groups.

    Perfect for garden borders, containers, or even as cut flowers, these beauties are an excellent choice for any garden enthusiast.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Double Lilies, or Double-flowered Lilies, are a unique variety of lilies characterized by their multiple layers of petals, resulting in a fuller, more lavish appearance. Unlike regular lilies, which feature a single layer of petals, Double Lilies boast a richer and often more fragrant bloom. These captivating flowers are available in a diverse range of colors and shapes, bringing an air of sophistication and luxury to any garden setting.

    The optimal time for planting Double Lily bulbs is during the fall months, typically between September and November. By planting in the fall, you provide the bulbs with sufficient time to establish a strong root system before the winter sets in, ensuring a vibrant and stunning floral display when spring arrives.

    It is also possible to plant Lily bulbs in early Spring. Plant them as soon as the risk of frost has passed, and the ground is workable. This way they still have time to develop their roots.

    To successfully plant Double Lily bulbs, follow these steps: First, select a location with well-draining soil that receives a minimum of 6 hours of sunlight daily. Next, dig a hole approximately 6 inches deep and position the bulb with the pointed end facing upwards. Space the bulbs 8-12 inches apart to allow for adequate growth. Finally, cover the bulbs with soil and water them generously to encourage root development.

    Caring for Double Lilies post-bloom involves several steps. Begin by removing any spent flowers to deter seed formation. Allow the foliage to wither and die back naturally, as this process helps the plant store energy for the following season. Once the leaves turn yellow, you may remove them. In regions with colder climates, it's advisable to apply a layer of mulch around the base of the plants to protect the bulbs from frost damage.

    Yes, Double Lilies, like other Lilies, are toxic to cats and can be harmful to dogs. Ingesting any part of the plant can lead to severe symptoms or even death, especially in cats. If you suspect your pet has ingested a lily, contact your veterinarian immediately.

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