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Carpet Lilies Hot Flame Mix
Carpet Lilies Hot Flame Mix
Carpet Lilies Hot Flame Mix
Carpet Lilies Hot Flame Mix
Carpet Lilies Hot Flame Mix
Carpet Lilies Hot Flame Mix

Carpet Lilies 'Hot Flame Mix'

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  • Fabulous new breeding for low-growing carpets of flame hot colours in Summer
  • Perfect in pots as a fiery mix, or in drifts or carpets in the border
  • Will produce short 30cm stems in year one, each with 3-5 individual flowers on
  • Totally hardy, they will thrive and survive from year to year, creating bigger and better displays
  • Supplied as a mixed bag of 10 bulbs to plant straight out between January & June

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10 Bulbs
Item: 650059
10 Bulbs - Item: 650059
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Set your pots and borders alight this summer, with this colour mix of dwarf and compact Carpet Lilies.

Naturally bred grow only to about 30cm tall, what they lack in height they make up for in sheer flower power - each bulb will give one strong stem with 3-5 flowers each in the first year and increasing year after year beyond that.

They are great planted en-masse in beds and borders where they will smother the bare ground – ideal for filling in gaps and spaces where you really will create a carpet of hot summer colour. Alternatively, they’ll look great planted in a group in a large pot, lighting up patios, terraces or even balconies.

As always, lilies make a fabulous cut flowers – these brightly coloured beauties would make a great addition to a cut flower garden where their more compact height will sit well on windowsills in a vase.

Easy to grow and maintain, these carpet lilies can be planted straight out between January and June and will reward you year after year with summer-long colour.

Supplied a sa pack of 10 bulbs size 12/14 bulbs in a firey mix of reds, oranges and yellow.

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Item 650059 supplied as:
Supplied as a pack of 10 bulbs size 12/14 bulbs in a firey mix of reds, oranges and yellow.

Plant Care Information

Perfect In Pots
Perfect In Pots
Plant In Sunshine
Plant In Sunshine
Winter Hardy
Winter Hardy
Easy To Grow
Easy To Grow

Top Tips

Give lilies a good mulch to keep the roots cool and keep well-watered when in full growth.

Care Information

  • Lily bulbs can be planted from autumn right through to the summer and are happy planted both straight into the ground or into containers.
  • We supply lots of different varieties so be sure to check the bag they come in for any specific planting instructions.
  • In general lilies are ever so easy to grow and with a sunny spot, frequent watering keeping soil moist (not wet) and a little high potassium fertilizer, you’ll get some fantastic displays.
  • Plant in sun or light shade, where they won’t be disturbed.
  • Dig a hole for each group at least 8in/20cm deep or 3 x the size of the bulb. Spread a 2in/5cm layer of grit all over the bottom to help drainage. Place your bulb onto the gravel and back-fill with soil.
  • Lilies prefer well-drained soil, so on heavy, clay soils which can be too wet, you can grow your lilies in pots, which can then be dropped into borders where you want flowers.
  • After the lily blooms, you can also remove just the flower. Do NOT remove leaves until they have died down and turned brown.

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Planting Time
Flowering Time

Fully Grown Plant Dimensions (approx)

Plant Dimensions
30 cm
15 cm
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