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    Tiger Lilies

    Explore the Tiger Lilies collection - Spring Flowering bulbs

    Tiger Lilies are known for their striking orange and black spotted petals and are easy to grow, making them a popular choice among gardeners. With their strong stems and long-lasting blooms, they are perfect for adding height and texture to your garden beds. Our Tiger Lilies are also versatile and can be planted in a variety of settings, from containers to borders, and even in woodland gardens. 

    At our online store, we offer the popular Lilium lancifolium and Lilium tigrinum. Explore our collection to find the perfect bulbs for your garden and start creating a beautiful spring display today.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    The ideal time to plant Tiger Lily 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 Tiger 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. Tiger 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.

    Tiger Lily bulbs should be planted at a depth of about 6 inches, with the pointed end facing upwards. Planting at the correct depth ensures that the bulbs have enough soil covering them to protect them from the elements while also allowing enough space for the stems to grow tall and strong.

    Tiger Lily bulbs should be watered regularly during the growing season, but be careful not to overwater as this can cause the bulbs to rot. It's important to keep the soil moist but not waterlogged, and to avoid watering the bulbs during periods of heavy rain. If the weather is particularly dry, you may need to water more frequently to keep the soil moist.

    Yes, Tiger Lilies can be planted in containers as long as the container is deep enough and has good drainage. Choose a container that is at least 10-12 inches deep and has drainage holes in the bottom to allow excess water to drain away.

    Use a well-draining soil mix and water regularly to keep the soil moist but not waterlogged. Container-grown Tiger Lilies can be moved to different locations to enjoy their blooms throughout the garden or used to add color to a balcony or patio.

    Tiger Lilies generally prefer full sun to partial shade, but they can tolerate some shade during the hottest part of the day. If you're planting Tiger Lilies, choose a location with at least 6 hours of direct sunlight per day.

    In areas with hot summers, partial shade during the hottest part of the day can help prevent the flowers from fading or getting scorched. If you're growing Tiger Lilies in containers, place them in a sunny location and move them to a shadier spot during the hottest part of the day if necessary.

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