ST. BERNARD’S LILY ANTERICUM LILIAGO PERFECT TO CUT FOR THE HOUSE STUNNING WHITE ON GOLD! SEEDS $2.60

PURE WHITE, SHOWY FLOWERS WITH LONG GOLDEN ANTHERS, ANTERICUM LILIAGO IS NOT A REAL LILY BUT IS RELATED TO ASPARAGUS! BLOOMING ON TALL STEMS IN SPRING AND SUMMER, THE FLOWERS ARE PERFECT CUT FOR THE HOUSE AND IN THE GARDEN MAKE A STUNNING STATEMENT!

The St. Bernard’s Lily is a flowering plant in the Asparagaceae family, Native to Turkey and other European localities. It prefers full sun to part shade, has medium water needs and is very low maintenance having no real insect or disease issues.

Genus name comes from the Greek word antherikon the name for asphodel plants.

Grow Notes

Plant in full to part sun. Needs a fair few hours of sunlight a day. Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil . Tolerates light, sun-dappled shade. Prefers rich, constantly moist soils. Seeds will eventually turn into corms which can then be divided.

Sow

Get a zip lock bag, put seeds in a little bit of damp soil or damp perlite/spaghnum mix and sit them inside your house in the pantry for four weeks, then move to your fridge (normal shelf) for 4 to 5 weeks, remove and plant them in pots or direct into your garden. This process will trigger germination

Germination:

Start the process in late Winter to Spring.  You can sow direct into your garden or raise seedlings.

Soil must be free draining. Medium moisture needs.

Grows to about 50 – 80cms cms tall with flower stalks.

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