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Esprit Lily Plant

  • - Oriental Lily
  • - Height: 38-48 inches
  • - Hardiness Zone: 3-8
  • - Exposure: Full Sun
  • - Bloom Time: June-July
  • - Every order comes complete with a large, Grade #1 bulb, premium fertilizer for rapid growth, and comprehensive planting instructions to ensure your success.
Plant Features

Paint your summer with sunshine with the radiant Lilium 'Esprit,' a dazzling Oriental Trumpet lily that explodes with color. This showstopper bathes your landscape in vibrant orange, its trumpet-shaped blooms splashed with captivating dark red spots. Imagine the warm glow, like embers dancing in the breeze, as these fragrant beauties grace your garden from midsummer onward.

Rising from a single, elegant stem, Esprit reaches skyward with captivating presence. Standing proudly 3-4 feet tall, this lily stretches towards the sun, its narrow, pointed leaves adding a touch of sleek sophistication. Its unbranched stature allows the spotlight to remain firmly on the breathtaking blossoms, ensuring their fiery brilliance dominates the scene. More than just a visual feast, Esprit enchants the senses with its intoxicating fragrance. This alluring perfume will drift through your garden, turning every stroll into a sensory adventure.

Easy to grow and rewarding, Esprit thrives in well-drained soil and basks in full sun. It's the perfect choice for adding a touch of drama and elegance to borders, containers, or even cut flower arrangements. Let its fiery spirit ignite your garden and create a summer spectacle that will leave you breathless.

Don't miss your chance to own this captivating lily! Order your Lilium 'Esprit' today and watch your garden transform into a canvas of summer's fiery passion.

Lily Companion Plants: Agastache, Roses, Salvia, Veronica

Lily Plant Care Instructions: Apply mulch around the plant after it sprouts in the spring to maintain cool and moist roots. Use a high-potassium fertilizer every three weeks until 6 weeks after flowering. Keep the foliage in place after blooming to allow for photosynthesis and strengthen the bulb. Cut the foliage back to the ground when the leaves turn yellow in late fall.