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Hachi Lily Plant

  • - Oriental Lily
  • - Height: 3-4 feet
  • - 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

Looking for a flower that's both eye-catching and intoxicating? Look no further than the Hachi Oriental Lily. These stunning lilies boast creamy white petals flushed with a deep red picotee edge and throat, creating a mesmerizing contrast that'll steal the show in any garden.

Hachi lilies are late bloomers, gracing your garden with their elegance from mid-summer to early fall. But the wait is more than worth it, as their large, outward-facing blooms, reaching up to 6 inches in diameter, unfold their intoxicating fragrance. Imagine a sweet symphony of citrus and honeysuckle wafting through the air, beckoning butterflies and hummingbirds alike.

These graceful giants stand tall at 3 to 4 feet, making a bold statement in borders, beds, or containers. They're surprisingly low-maintenance, thriving in full sun or partial shade as long as they have well-drained soil and regular watering. To keep them from swaying in the breeze, consider adding some support, like a trellis or stakes.

Hachi lilies aren't just a feast for the eyes and nose; they're also versatile performers. Their long-lasting blooms make them perfect for cutting, adding a touch of drama and fragrance to any indoor arrangement. But be mindful if you have feline friends, as these lilies are toxic to cats.

Planting Hachi lilies is an investment in both beauty and fragrance. They'll reward you with their stunning blooms and intoxicating aroma for years to come, becoming cherished favorites in your garden. So why wait? Add a touch of Hachi magic to your outdoor space today!

Order your Hachi Oriental Lilies now and let their bold beauty and bewitching fragrance captivate you!

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.