Spring planted

Anthericum liliago major

Order Code: 158-05

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Pretty white flowered perennials from southern Europe, known as the St Bernard Lily. They grow from an agapanthus-like crown of thick fleshy roots when more dormant in the autumn, providing for splendid, informal looking plants that thrive in moisture retentive soil in good light. When settled, each plant will carry ten or sometimes twenty flower stems piercing upward each carrying a dozen or more flowers looking like little flared trumpets with yellow stamens, opening sequentially up the stems. Supplied from 1 litre plants.

RHS Award of Garden Merit.

Anthericum liliago major has been awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit because it has proved to be reliable in appropriate conditions and a good performing plant. 

Planting Instructions

Plant the crown of thick fleshy roots of Anthericum liliago major 4" (10cm) deep and 24" (60cm) apart in fertile well drained soil in full sun. When the plant has settled in it will produce a dozen or more flower stems.

Plant Details

Flowers     May

Height      18- 24" (45cm - 60cm)

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