A Guide To Owning an Asiatic Lily
When you want to learn as much as you can about flowers, it is important to do your research and make sure that you figure out the details on their history and how to care for them. In this regard, you should take a look at the Asiatic Lily, as this is a popular flower for people who love these plants. To get started learning a little bit more about these flowers, take the time to do everything you can to enjoy this flower, starting with these tips and points below.
#1: Consider some specifications and footnotes about the flower
When you need to give yourself the opportunity to care for your flowers, you should understand a little bit more about these lilies. For example, these lilies are found in USDA zones 4-9. These flowers are able to survive by getting some sunshine and a little bit of shade. The flowers grow upwards of 6 feet and will typically bloom in the early summers.
#2: Learn the best ways to plant and cut these flowers
You need to always give yourself the opportunity to care for these flowers by learning how to plant and cut them. Make sure that you put these bolts into the ground early in the spring or fall s
easons. You need to make sure that these flowers are allowed to blossom in soil that is fertile and well-drained. They need to be planted between 1 foot and one and a half 1/2 feet apart and between 4 inches and 6 inches deep. You will be able to do so either in the full sun or partial sun.
In terms of cutting these flowers, make sure that you break the stem instead of using a sharp cutting tool.
#3: Keep your flowers away from pests
Finally, you need to do everything that you can keep these lilies away from pests that can eat them up and create damage. There are a number of pests that can be problematic for these lilies, in addition to fungal infections and even your own pet cats. Set up fencing and consider using soap, baking soda and oils in order to deter pests from giving you issues with your flowers. This way, they will be able to grow and thrive for years.
So what are you waiting for? With this in mind, give yourself the chance to find out more about these flowers by continually doing your research. You will also be able to care for the flower to the best of your ability. By factoring in these tips, follow the points in this article in order to buy and take care of an Asiatic Lily.
If you are wanting to gaze at the asiatic lily, but have less work, you can always have a fresh cut arrangement that includes some asiatic lilies in it. They brighten any bouquet and come in a wide variety of colors. To place an order, give us a call or place your order online.
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