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Tiger Babies Lily Plant

  • - Asiatic Lily
  • - Height: 30-40 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

Forget serenades, Tiger Babies Asiatic Lilies are here to rock your garden with a riot of playful color and exotic charm! Imagine this: large, lightly fragrant flowers unfurl in a captivating dance of peachy-pink, each petal adorned with a freckled fiesta of chocolate-brown spots. These are no dainty divas, these are bold beauties with recurved petals that pirouette outwards, creating a dramatic, open-faced bloom.

Peer into the heart of the fun and meet the bandleaders â€" dark brown stamens with pollen-dusted black anthers strut their stuff on a stage of delicate yellow filaments. It's a vibrant vaudeville act that's impossible to ignore.

But the magic doesn't stop at the flowers. Sturdy green stems rise tall and proud, like emerald spotlights showcasing the show. Lance-shaped leaves rustle in the breeze, adding a touch of leafy rhythm to the performance. These easy-going performers thrive in most soils and light conditions, full sun to partial shade is their jam.

And the best part? They're cut-flower superstars! No need for backup dancers (stakes), these stems hold their own, bringing the party indoors with weeks of vase life. Whether you're a gardening free spirit or a floral arrangement aficionado, Tiger Babies add a touch of playful energy to any scene.

So why choose Tiger Babies?

  • Bold and playful: Bring a burst of exotic drama to your garden.
  • Easy to please: Adaptable and low-maintenance, these lilies don't need a diva entourage.
  • Long-lasting fun: Enjoy weeks of vibrant blooms indoors or out.
  • Perfect for cutting: No drama, just dazzling displays in your home.

Ready to let your garden rock with Tiger Babies? Order yours today and let the playful party begin!

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.