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    Explore the Lily collection

    Discover an exquisite range of lily bulbs that promise to bring vibrant colors, delightful fragrances, and breathtaking beauty to your garden. Our carefully curated selection offers top-quality bulbs for various lily species, including Asiatic, Oriental, Trumpet, and more. Whether you're an experienced gardener or just starting out, our easy-to-navigate collection will help you find the perfect lily bulbs to match your preferences. 

    Shop now to experience the joy and satisfaction of growing your very own lilies and watch your garden come alive with their stunning blooms.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    To plant Lily bulbs, select a well-draining location with full sun to partial shade. Prepare the soil by loosening it and mixing in compost to enhance fertility. Dig holes 6-8 inches deep and 8-12 inches apart, depending on the Lily variety.

    Position the bulbs with the pointed end facing up and cover them with soil. Water the bulbs thoroughly after planting, and continue to provide consistent moisture throughout the growing season. For a striking visual impact, plant lily bulbs in groups of 3-5, as this will create a fuller and more dramatic display in your garden.

    The ideal time to plant Lily bulbs is in the spring or the fall, usually between April and May or September and November.

    When planted in the Spring, the Lily bulbs can immediately grow in Summer. Just make sure the ground is not frozen when you're planting the bulbs. When planted in the fall, it allows the bulbs to establish a strong root system before entering winter dormancy.

    Both options are a good choice and is up to the gardener and also on the climate you live in.

    Lily bulbs typically take between 70 and 100 days to grow from planting to bloom, depending on the variety and growing conditions. Asiatic lilies are known for blooming earlier in the season, while Oriental and Trumpet lilies bloom later.

    Patience is key when growing Lilies, as the stunning blossoms are well worth the wait. To ensure success, provide proper care and maintenance, including consistent watering, fertilizing, and deadheading spent blooms.

    Lily bulbs can be left in the ground over winter in USDA hardiness zones 3-8. In colder climates, protect the bulbs with a 2-4 inch layer of mulch, such as shredded leaves, straw, or pine needles, to insulate them from freezing temperatures.

    In warmer zones, plant the bulbs deeper, approximately 6-8 inches deep, to shield them from excessive heat. Monitor soil moisture during winter as excessively wet soil can cause bulbs to rot, while overly dry soil can lead to desiccation. Adjust watering as needed to maintain healthy bulbs throughout the winter months.

    To store Lily bulbs properly, choose a location that is cool (35-45°F), dry, and dark with good air circulation. Gently clean any dirt off the bulbs and inspect them for damage or signs of disease.

    Place the bulbs in a mesh bag, paper bag, or a box filled with moisture-absorbing material like peat moss, vermiculite, or sawdust. This helps maintain the bulb's moisture while preventing rot. Check the bulbs periodically for any signs of mold or decay and remove any affected bulbs. Proper storage ensures your lily bulbs remain viable and healthy until planting time.

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