Lilium Compass Superior

Lilium Compass Superior - Seeds & Bulbs

Lilium Compass Superior

These bulbs have been precooled
for better blooms the first year and easy forcing.

These golden to mango-orange flowers have just a few speckles. They grow on strong stems, which means they will seldom need staking and they make sturdy cut flowers.

Asiatic Lilies are the first to bloom, usually in June. They are great for cutting, forcing and borders. Interplant with daffodils and tulips for a long season of blooms. They will do well in full sun or part shades in zones 3-8.

Bulb size: 12-14 cm
Classification: Asiatic lily
Latin name: Lilium
Exposure: sun, partial shade
Usage: containers, landscape plant
Height: 20-24"
Flowering Months: June-July
Planting Months: March-Sept.
Planting Method: Plant 12-18 inches apart in holes that are six inches deep.

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