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📦 Quantity per Package: 2 Bulbs

☀️ Light Required: Full Sun / Partial Shade
🌷 Height: 38-40"
🌸 Blooming Period: Jun - Aug
🌱 Bulb Size: 16/18
Planting Distance: 8"
Planting Depth: 6"
📍 Hardiness Zone: Zone 3-9
🦌 Deer Resistant: No
💐 Minimum Bulbs for Effect: 2-4

About Brasilia

The Lily bulb Brasilia is a stunning, long-lasting addition to any garden. With its vibrant white and mauve pink blooms, with green center, it is sure to make a statement in any space.

  • Easy to plant and maintain
  • Blooms in late summer
  • Produce a wonderful fragrance
  • Can be planted in a variety of soils
  • Grows to a height of 3-4 feet
  • Long-lasting cut flower
  • Ideal for borders and patio pots

How to care for Brasilia

  • Plant Brasilia in well-drained soil in the spring or fall, in a spot that receives full sun. 
  • Dig a hole that is twice as wide as the pot your lily is in and just as deep. 
  • Place the lily in the hole, spreading out the roots, and fill the hole with soil. 
  • Firm the soil around the lily and water thoroughly to settle the soil and roots. 
  • Water your Lily Brasilia deeply and regularly to keep the soil moist. 
  • Prune your Lily Brasilia if it starts to look scraggly, in late fall after blooming. 
  • Cut off the dead and damaged stems, then remove any stems that are not healthy. 
  • Mulch your Lily Brasilia in the spring to help keep moisture in the soil.

Frequently Asked Questions

Brasilia lilies are easy to grow and maintain. To plant them: follow these steps:

• Choose a location that receives full sun to partial shade and has well-draining soil.
• Dig a hole twice the size of the lily bulb and loosen the soil at the bottom of the hole.
• Place the bulb in the hole with the pointed end facing up, and cover it with soil, leaving the top third of the bulb exposed.
• Water thoroughly after planting and keep the soil moist but not waterlogged.
• Fertilize with a balanced fertilizer every two to four weeks during the growing season.
• Brasilia lilies can be planted in the spring or fall and should be divided every three to four years.

The ideal time to plant Brasilia lilies is in the spring, after the last frost date has passed. This is usually somewhere at the beginning of April, but it may vary depending on your specific location. The soil should be well-drained and rich in organic matter, and the planting depth should be about twice the height of the bulb.

It is also possible to plant your Brasilia lily bulbs in the fall, then they’ll benefit from the chill of the winter.

It is important to water the newly planted bulbs regularly, but be careful not to overwater them. Brasilia lilies prefer slightly moist soil, but they can be prone to root rot if the soil is too wet. These plants also benefit from regular fertilization, with a balanced fertilizer that is high in phosphorus.

Brasilia lilies can be grown successfully in both pots and the ground. However, they have some specific requirements that must be met for optimal growth.

In pots, Brasilia lilies need a well-draining soil mix with good moisture retention. It's essential to choose a container that's at least twice the size of the bulb to allow for root growth. The pot should also have drainage holes to prevent waterlogging.

In the ground, Brasilia lilies prefer fertile, well-draining soil with good moisture retention. They should be planted in a location that receives at least six hours of direct sunlight daily. The bulbs should be planted at a depth of about six inches and spaced at least one foot apart.

Overall, Brasilia lilies can be grown successfully in both pots and the ground, but their specific needs must be met for optimal growth.

Brasilia lily bulbs can be left in the ground over winter in areas with mild winters or well-draining soil. However, in areas with harsh winters or heavy soil, it is best to dig up the bulbs and store them in a cool, dry place until the following spring. Brasilia lily bulbs are hardy in USDA climate zones 3-9.

If you decide to leave the bulbs in the ground, make sure to mulch them heavily to protect them from freezing temperatures. It's also important to ensure that the soil is well-draining to prevent the bulbs from rotting. Come springtime, new growth should emerge from the bulbs, and they will bloom again in the summer.

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