Species Lily. Height to 1 metre. Very large, wide, outward -facing scarlet-red flowers with creamy yellow centres speckled with black. Light fragrant. Winter dormant.
Rarely available. An easily grown, very fragrant, eastern Asiatic species bearing 3 to 12 nodding turk's cap flowers of orange-yellow, spotted brownish purple towards the throat. Narrow leaves, mostly in whorls, on stems to 1.5m, flowering early to mid summer. Long-lived and hardy in most situations but not deep shade. Winter dormant.
(Jewels of Spring). To 10 cms. Very pretty open bowl shaped lavender blue flowers to 2.5 cms across, each with 6-7 sepals are borne in spring, mainly before the leaves. May have a second flowering late summer/autumn. Slow growing hardy perennial. Grow in humus rich, moist but well drained soil in partial shade. Suits a rockery. alpine or woodland garden. Winter dormant.
Potted bulb. Species Lily. To 1 metre in height. Up to 20 glistening, reddish orange flowers with highly recurved petals. Fragrant blooms. More tolerant of shade and great amongst woodland and native plants. Autumn/winter dormant.
3 large flowering size bulbs.Stunning flower, collectors item. Seldom available. Height to15cm,. Upright stems topped by pale lilac blue flowers. Native of open spots in woods and partially shaded rock crevices in Iran. For any rich, well drained soil in a sunny to partially shaded spot. Winter dormant.