The Must See is a new variety of Asiatic lily that delights with unusual, intriguing flowers. Its name perfectly reflects its nature - it is a must-see plant! It produces orange flowers with brown or lighter, greenish, markings. The colouring of the Must See lily remains a mystery what translates into a wonderful, unpredictable gardening experience. Its twisted, elongated petals surround a green-yellow, antherless centre. It does not stain and does not irritate people suffering from allergies. Each lily of the presented variety develops eight to ten flowers that form a huge cluster that towers 60 to 100 centimetres over the ground. Strong, erect stems with alternately whorled, shiny leaves complement the majestic appearance of this plant. In addition to its unique form and colour, the Must See lily comes with another advantage - early and long flowering period, as its first buds develop at the end of June. Flowers of this variety are especially durable after cutting. They should look great in a vase for over a week.
Plant Asiatic lily bulbs in spring and autumn at a sunny place. This species tolerates various soil conditions, as long as the ground it is not compact, loamy, waterlogging, or dried and barren. To provide the plant with optimal growing conditions, enrich the site with organic matter and add a drainage layer of sand or fine gravel at the bottom of planting holes. Asiatic lilies winter in the ground, to return with even lusher flowers every year.
We offer one bulb of the Must See lily, sized 16/18 centimetres in circumference. The packaging label contains essential plant information and growing instructions.