SAINT BERNARD’S LILY ANTHERICUM LILIAGO WHITE STAR SHAPED FLOWERS SEEDS ST BERNARDS $2.30

ROCKY AND DRY PLACES ARE NO OBSTACLE TO THIS STUNNING CLOUD OF WHITE STARS!

Saint Bernard’s Lily, also known as Anthericum liliago, is a perennial flowering plant belonging to the Asparagaceae family. It is native to Europe and is commonly found in meadows, woodlands, and rocky slopes.

Origin:

Saint Bernard’s Lily is native to various parts of Europe, including the Mediterranean region, Central Europe, and the Balkans. It typically grows in grassy areas, open woodlands, and rocky habitats. The plant is valued for its delicate appearance and clusters of star-shaped white flowers.

Growing from Seed:

Seed Collection: Allow the Saint Bernard’s Lily plant to develop seed pods after flowering. The seed pods will eventually dry out and split open, releasing the small black seeds inside. Harvest the seeds once the pods have opened and the seeds are mature.

Seed Preparation: Saint Bernard’s Lily seeds do not require any special preparation before planting. However, you can soak the seeds in water for a few hours before sowing to help soften the seed coat and promote germination.

Soil Preparation: Use a well-draining potting mix or seed starting mix. Saint Bernard’s Lily prefers fertile, loamy soil with good drainage.

Planting Seeds: Sow the prepared Saint Bernard’s Lily seeds in small pots or trays filled with the prepared soil. Press the seeds lightly into the soil surface, but do not cover them with additional soil as they require light to germinate.

Germination: Place the pots or trays in a warm, bright location with indirect sunlight. Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Germination usually occurs within a few weeks, but it can take longer depending on the temperature and conditions.

Transplanting: Once the seedlings have developed a few true leaves, they can be transplanted into larger pots or directly into the garden. Choose a location with full sun to partial shade and well-drained soil.

Care: Water the plants regularly, especially during dry periods, but avoid over watering. Fertilize the plants with a balanced fertilizer every 4-6 weeks during the growing season to promote healthy growth and flowering.

Maintenance: Saint Bernard’s Lily is relatively low-maintenance once established. Remove spent flowers regularly to encourage continuous blooming. In colder climates, provide a layer of mulch around the plants in winter to protect them from frost.

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