There are numerous types of lilies and growing lily bulbs in the garden is a great way to add instant color to the landscape. Learn more about growing lilies and how to care for them with the following information. You will also find tips on common problems associated with true lily varieties and how to treat them. Packed with this knowledge, you will have everything you need to grow these beautiful plants.
Propagating Asiatic lily is commercially done by bulb, but if you have patience, you can save money and grow them from division, seed or even leaves. Try reproducing Asiatic lilies in any one of these ways for a fun, interesting project. Learn more here.
Gloriosa lilies are beautiful, tropical looking flowering plants that bring a splash of color to your garden or home, and it can produce seeds for you to grow into more plants. Click here to learn more about gloriosa lily seed germination and when to plant gloriosa lily seeds.
Do lilies need staking? A lot of taller plants will eventually need a little extra support if you don?t want your flowers lying in the dirt. Staking lilies is a simple way to ensure your late season beds continue to add beauty to your garden. Learn more here.
Are tiger lilies prone to mosaic virus? Tiger lilies can carry mosaic virus, and although it has little impact on them, it can be spread to the other lilies in your beds. Click on this article for information on planting tiger lilies near others in the garden.
Oriental lilies are the classic ?late bloomer.? Some of the most magnificent flowers in the lily family are in this large group of species and cultivars. Click here to learn how to grow oriental lilies for a colorful, magical blooming garden surrounding your home.
Dividing the cluster of bulbs and transplanting tiger lilies will enhance growth and blooming, and increase your stock of these charming lilies. For best success, you should know when to divide and how to transplant tiger lily plants. This article will help.
Hardy in zones 9 or higher, many of us can only grow gloriosa as an annual. Northern gardeners can store gloriosa tubers indoors over winter. However, these tubers require a little different care than most tubers and bulbs. This article will help.
Although tree lily is a very tall, sturdy plant at 6 to 8 feet, it isn?t actually a tree, it?s an Asiatic lily hybrid. Whatever you call this gorgeous plant, one thing is sure - dividing tree lily bulbs is about as easy as it gets. Click here to learn more.
Lilies have been adored and considered sacred plants in different cultures for centuries. Today, they are still on of the most loved garden plants. Their deeply rooted bulbs and wide array of color and variety makes them great companion plants. Learn more here.
Lilies are an extremely varied and popular group of plants that produce beautiful, and sometimes, very fragrant flowers. But what happens when those flowers fade? Should you cut them off or leave them where they are? Find out in this article.
Despite being so large, tree lilies in containers perform well, as long as they have enough space. You can learn more about how to grow tree lilies in containers and caring for potted tree lilies in this article. Click here for additional information.
Canada lily is a stunning wildflower that produces lance-shaped leaves and enchanting yellow, orange or red, trumpet-shaped flowers in midsummer. Wondering how to grow Canada lilies in your garden? Find out in this article.
If you find yourself drawn to the exotic look of lilies and wonder ?can you grow lily plants in pots,? the answer is yes. As long as you have enough space on your porch, patio or balcony for a medium to large pot, it?s more than possible. This article will get you started.
There are a huge number of different varieties of lilies, and picking out the right one can get a little overwhelming. Click on this article to learn more about the different types of lilies and when they bloom, which should make choosing one a little easier.
Aurelian, or trumpet, lilies are known for their huge, trumpet shaped blossoms and impressive height. They?re a great addition to any garden. But how do you go about planting trumpet lily bulbs? Learn more Aurelian trumpet lily info here.
Lilies grow from bulbs that you can dig up to split or just move to a new part of your garden. Unlike a lot of other bulbs, however, lilies never go completely dormant, so lily transplanting can be a little tricky. Click here to learn about moving lily plants.
Do lily bulbs need to be overwintered? Gardeners in colder climates would do well to pull up the bulbs and save them indoors unless you treat the plants as annuals. But that would be a shame since storing lily bulbs is easy. This article will help.
Easter lilies can?t overwinter in cold climates but in warm to temperate regions they will thrive and come. So if you have one of these plants and want to move it outdoors, click on this article for more information.
Are Oriental and Asiatic lilies the same? The answer to this often-asked question is no, the plants are definitely not the same. Learn how to tell the difference between Asiatic and Oriental lilies in this article.
Flower growers know that lilies in the garden naturalize and produce more and more blooms season after season. The secret is dividing lily plants. Learn the tips on how to transplant lilies and divide them in this article.
Lilies are the queens of the flower world. Unfortunately, they are often subject to diseases. Lily mosaic virus is most common and can mar the beauty and perfection of unique Lillium species. Click here for more info.
In most of the northern parts of the country, wood lily plants grow in grasslands and mountainous regions, filling the fields and slopes with their cheerful blooms. Learn about growing wood lilies in this article.
By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden
Everyone loves lilies. Planting Asiatic lilies in the landscape provides the earliest lily bloom. Asiatic lily care is simple once you?ve learned how to grow Asiatic lilies. This article will help with that.
By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden
The tiger lily plant can reach several feet tall, and while the stems are usually stiff and sturdy, a slender stake occasionally helps provide an upright appearance and support for multiple flowers. Click here for more.