Asiatic Lilies

Asiatic lilies are known for their adaptability, durability and ability to multiply in the Midwestern garden. They do not require staking and often form large clumps in a short amount of time. They may need dug and divided every 4-5 years to keep them from becoming crowded and reducing their bloom display. This is an opportunity to spread them around the garden or give them as gifts to favored gardening friends. They generally bloom for us in Late May-Early June and are typically not fragrant. Double flowered cultivars are pollen-less.

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