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Lilium 'Fusion'

Lilium 'Fusion'

Species lily hybrid


Lily hybrids are a diverse group that includes all lily species and hybrids of those that do not fall into other categories.


'Fusion' is the first lily hybrid to be produced by crossing L. longiflorum and L. pardalinum and it could be said that here the east meets the west, because L. longiflorum grows in East Asia and L. pardalinum on the west coast of the United States. The result is a beautiful lily that grows to about 100 cm in height and blooms spotted, yellow flowers with red edges and recurved petals.


2 bulbs in 2 l pot

  • Growing instructions

    Lilies are beautiful garden plants that belong to the genus Lilium in the lily family (Liliaceae). Many are perennial here, such as the Asiatic hybrids, and they do not need pre-cultivation indoors. They can be planted directly in the spring. The should be planted in a sunny and sheltered place, where the soil is fertile, well-drained and rich in organic matter.

    Other types of lilies, such as the Oriental lilies, are more sensitive and will not live long outdoors in Iceland. They can be grown in pots and stored in a greenhouse or cold storage during the winter months.

    Tall varieties need good support.

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