Lily (Lilium) Trumpet Golden Splendour

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Lily Golden Splendour – Golden yellow inner and a reddish streak on the outer petals. Trumpet lilies can grow up to 150cm producing many flowers. Plant quite deep so the roots can stabilise the stem; although a sheltered spot or a steak might be helpful.

Golden splendour is an accurate description of this magnificent lily.

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Specifications:

  • Colour: Yellow
  • Height: 140cm

    Good For:

    • Beds/borders
    • Cut flowers
    • Fragrance
    • Pots

    How to grow:

    • Hardiness: Hardy
    • Soil Type: Moist but well drained
    • Position: Full sun
    • Bulbs per m2: 25
    • Planting depth: 15cm

    Plant Lily Golden Splendour in well draining and rich soil

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    More Information

    Lily Golden Splendour – Golden yellow inner and a reddish streak on the outer petals. Trumpet lilies can grow up to 150cm producing many flowers. Plant quite deep so the roots can stabilise the stem; although a sheltered spot or a steak might be helpful.

    Golden splendour is an accurate description of this magnificent lily. The yellow really shines when it catches the sun and towers over your summer plants.

    The bulb is made up of fleshy leaves. Lily bulbs are hardy and can cope with hard frosts despite their fleshy appearance. They will last for many years provided you care for them.

    Plant in full sun or semi shade in well draining rich soil. Many lilies originate from woody areas so humus rich soil is ideal. You can throw some mulch over them during winter. It helps to plant them up to 15-20cm deep to give the 1m stem a good support at the base.

    Lily Golden Splendour can make an impressive cut flower but they their height makes them an impressive garden flower. After a few years the bulb will produce more and more flowers as it increases in size. Removing the seed heads and fertisling when the flowers are over will help you keep the flowers for years to come.

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