Availability: April - November
Common Names: Oriental Lily
Genus Name: Lilium orientalis
Family Name: Liliaceae
Place of Origin: China and Japan
How long do they last? 5-9 days
Colours available: mostly white and pink
An oriental lily is a bulbous plant with an inflorescence of large, outward-facing flowers and fleshy leaves. These lilies typically have larger but fewer and more trumpet-shaped flowers than Asiatic lilies.
Did you know?
Oriental cultivars are originally derived from crosses and breeding between Lilium Auratum and Lilium Speciosum.
Cut the stems at an angle and place the stems in water that is at room temperature. Change the water every few days.