• Brick red colored down looking flowers whose petals curl outwards. The heart of the flower is yellow with dark spots.
• Because of the cross pollination with longiflorum the bulb, plant and flower of this Lily are bigger and stronger than Lilium pardalinum.
• Naturalizes well
• Size: 12/+
• Flowering time: June-July
Lilium Fusion; East meets West …
Lilium longiflorum orginates from the far East while Lilium pardalinum comes from the USA. Until modern breeding techniques were developed, hybrids between such, widely variying species, were impossible. Lilium Fusion is the worlds first Lilium longiflorum x Lilium pardalinum. Long strong stems topped with widely spaced flowers, normaly grows over 1 metre tall.
Light requirements: full sun to full shade
Landscape uses: in borders and rock gardens
time of flowering: July-August
height: 40-50 cm
size of the bulbs: I
Plant them after frost-period and leave them in the ground permanently, they naturalize.
Provides up to 7 pending and fragrant flowers per stem.