HARDY AND TROPICAL LILIES
All Lilies are Shipped Bare Root per USDA Regulations
They are wrapped in wet newspaper to keep the roots from drying out.
Upon arrival, place them in water out of direct sunlight. Pot them a day or two later.
Will Grow Well in All Climates
Cannot Survive a Hard Frost*
PLANTING WATER LILIES - Place the tuber at a 45 degree angle, with the non-growing end against the side of the pot and the growing end in the center. Press the soil around the roots being careful not to cover the crown of the plant. Add a layer of gravel over the soil, again being careful not to cover the crown, to prevent koi from rooting them up. Koi by nature are constantly nosing around and are curious. We like to use gravel that is a least ½" in diameter to discourage koi. Start them in shallow water and move them deeper as they grow. Lilies are heavy feeders and should be fertilized once a month after planting. Be careful that the fertilizer is not touching the roots as this will burn them.