Tiger Woods Oriental Lily Bulbs
Tiger Woods Fragrant Oriental Lily Bulbs flowers produces huge flowers with a wide red band in the center of each petal. And lots of maroon spots. Its’ fragrance is a nice spicy scent. See Tiger Woods live and in bloom at our annual lily festival!
About Oriental Lily Bulbs
A cross between the Korean L. speciosum and the Japanese L. auratum, Oriental Lilies have large flowers with reflexed flower petals and a wonderfully sweet fragrance. Prized by garden and floral designers alike, Oriental Lilies are a mainstay of summer perennial gardens and lavish cut flower arrangements. A bit more temperamental than Orienpet and Trumpet Lilies. So, oriental lily bulbs, in some regions, might take a bit more care.
Orientals are the most popular forms of true lilies. Oriental lily bulbs start to appear late July. Then, blooming through August. They are easy to grow with thick, rigid stems. Together with large dark green leaves. And large showy flowers. Orientals also thrive in cooler regions and can tolerate less than ideal soil conditions. Oriental lily bulbs produce a great fragrant lily flower plant!
Location of Tiger Woods Oriental Lily Bulbs
Site selection is important when planting Tiger Woods Oriental Lily Bulbs. Choose locations that are in full sun mornings. Then afternoon shade. Likewise, all lily bulbs grow best in soil ph of 6.2 to 6.5. Therefore, it’s a good idea to test your soil ph before planting. Amend with our Power Grow Potting Mix/Soil Amendment as needed. However, neutral (7.0) is OK. Moreover, Tiger Woods Oriental Lily Bulbs cannot tolerate boggy soil. As a matter of fact, planting areas should be tested for drainage. Again, amended prior to planting the oriental lily bulbs.
Incorporate our Power Grow Potting Mix/Soil Amendment into any soil. As a result, increasing drainage, aeration, nutrients. Oriental lilies are available on line from us either Fall or Spring. Wait to plant until spring in areas with sustained freezes. Also, plant bulbs 4 to 6 inches deep with the pointed part upward. Oriental lily bulbs will sprout and bloom every year. And can be planted in containers, too.
Tiger Woods Oriental Lily Bulbs Plant Care
Tiger Woods Oriental Lily Bulbs are one of the easiest plants to care for. Once oriental lily bulbs begin to grow and bloom, keep them moderately moist. When blooms are spent, deadhead. Then, allow most of the foliage to remain. In addition, cut off stalks as yellowing begins. This will help fuel the bulb for the next year’s bloom. Fertilize oriental lily bulbs twice annually. Most importantly, use our Power Grow All Season Lily Bulb Fertilizer. Once every 3 or so years, dig up the clusters of bulbs. Then divide. Therefore, increasing plants. And enhancing flowers. Equally important, if blooms get large or begin to flop over, stake them until flowers are spent.
Oriental lily plant care is straightforward. However, if a hard winter is expected, it might be best to dig up your bulbs. And store them indoors, replanting in Spring. Or, cover with a thick layer of mulch.
Few fragrant flower plants combine the fragrance, sublime color combinations as lilies. And emphatic fragrant lily flowers in the garden. Therefore, making them one of the most fragrant lily flower plant of all!