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Lily Bulbs

Our exotic lily bulbs are easy to grow, look great in the garden, and make superb cut flowers for the home as well. Lilies are perfect for a sunny border or in containers on the patio.

There are plenty of lily bulbs to choose from such as the dramatic Landini, fragrant Dizzy, deep Starfighter and even the double-flowering Magic Star!

Browse our range of lily bulbs and plant something different today – we also stock a fine selection of accessories to get the best from your lily plants - quality guaranteed!

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    Lily Lucky Dip

    Delivery within 7 days 6 Bare Roots
    £6.00 RRP £23.97
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    Lily Bulbs - Tree Collection

    9 Bulbs (3 of each variety)
    £6.49 RRP £23.97
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    Lily Bulbs - Pollen-Free Collection

    12 Bulbs (3 of each variety)
    £7.49 RRP £14.99
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    Lily Bulbs - Lankongense

    Delivery within 7-14 days 2 Bulbs
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    Lily Bulbs - Sweet Rosy

    Delivery within 7-14 days 2 Bulbs


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Further information: Lily Bulbs.

Where to grow Lily Bulbs?

  • Ideally Lily bulbs should be planted in full sun with a little dappled shade for part of the day
  • Well-drained soil is essential
  • Protect from strong winds
  • Plant where the perfume will be appreciated – near doors, windows or outdoor seating areas

How to grow Lily Bulbs?

  • Plant in the autumn or early spring
  • Plant 10 to 23cm deep and 23 to 38 cm apart
  • Mulch lightly with compost after planting
  • Water regularly during dry spells but take care not to over-water as this may cause the bulbs to rot
  • Remove spent flower stems
  • Leave the yellowing leaves to die down naturally
  • Please note that lilies do not tend to grow to full height in their first year