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Anthericum liliago

 
Anthericum liliago

Common name St Bernard's lily
Family liliaceae
Life cycle perennial (Z4-9)
Flowers white (late spring)
Size 18-24"
Light sun
Cultural notes well-drained garden soil, preferably moist

Native to southern Europe. A mature plant produces many stems of white, widely flared starry flowers from a substantial grassy clump. Ours is only in its second year, and offered us a more anemic single floppy stem – but at least there's flowers. Better next year, I'm sure.

In our garden, this plant grows in the following area: orchard nursery area

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Seed-starting details for this plant

  1. Seed from '03 trade. Pot outside late November '03. 15%G by late April '04
  2. Seed from '12 trade. Baggy 35F (13w) - 70F (5w) - 35F (8m) - 70F (8%G, 3-6d)


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