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Roselily 'Kendra'
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Roselily 'Kendra' Roselilies

Lily Bulbs for sale

Latin name Lilium
Genus Lilium Oriental
Colours White and pale pink
Aspect Full Sun or Partial Sun/Shade
Height 70-100cm / 28-39"
Planting period Spring
Flowering period July/August
Soil Type Garden: Acidic/Ericaceous | Pots: John Innes No.3
Bulb Size 16/18cm
Hardiness Very Hardy - H6 (-20°C to -15°C)
Delivery time Spring delivery (Feb to June 2021)
Also suitable for containers Yes
Scented Yes - Pollen free
Double flowered Yes
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Description of Roselily 'Kendra' Roselilies

Roselily 'Kendra' is a subtle yet beautiful double oriental lily that has no pollen. Roselily Kendra will not let you down with its scent either even though it doesn't have any pollen! A great flower any garden or patio. 
Roselily 'Kendra' Roselily from the Gold Medal winning Harts Nursery

Planting and growing instructions: Roselily 'Kendra' Roselily from the Gold Medal winning Harts Nursery

How to plant Oriental Lilies

  • Oriental Lily Bulbs should be planted as soon as possible. Ideally in the Spring but can be planted up until the Autumn.
  • Find a location with full sun or partial shade with well-drained soil.
  • Oriental Lilies tend to grow exceptionally well in pots and tubs.
  • Plant the bulbs with 4-6" of soil above them.

Planting Lilies in the Garden

  • Find a location with full sun or partial shade with well-drained soil.
  • Oriental Lilies prefer an Acidic/Ericaceous Soil type. They do not tolerate Lime very well.
  • Arrange the Lilies in an odd-number grouping.
  • Arrange the Lilies in an odd-number grouping.
  • Plant the bulbs about 12-20cm (5-8") apart. Space the groupings at least 60-90cm (2-3ft) apart.
  • Plant the bulbs with 4-6" of soil above them.

Planting Lilies in Pots

  • Find a location with full sun or partial shade with well-drained soil.
  • Plant 3 bulbs in a 10-14" 'patio type' pot using good-quality, multi-purpose compost. 
  • John Innes No. 3 is ideal for lilies.
  • Plant the bulbs with 4-6" of soil above them.
  • Ensure there is adequate drainage. 
 
 

Plant care: Roselily 'Kendra' Roselily from the Gold Medal winning Harts Nursery

  • Lilies can tolerate very cold conditions but they do not like to get wet.
  • If planting in borders in the garden, the soil must be well drained and, preferably, humus rich.
  • If planting in pots, make sure lilies are kept moist but do not get waterlogged.
  • Lilies prefer to be planted in a location with at least half a days full sunshine, if its a bit too shady they will lean their stems towards the sun.
  • Lily bulbs do not like to be dried out so they must be kept in soil at all times.
  • Try to plant your lilies where they will dry out after rain to prevent Botrytis, a fungus that spots the leaves. If you do see brown spots on your leaves, spray with a fungicide recommended for roses.
  • If planting in pots, it may be an idea to tilt the pots on their side in the winter to prevent waterlog.
  • When the Lily has finished flowering, cut any seed heads back and allow the foliage to die back naturally. Do not be tempted to cut the stem back until stems becomes hollow and brown.
  • After a few years of flowering, you may find the Oriental produces less blooms, it may be time to lift your bulbs and divide them by breaking off the bulblets. All the bulbs will then need replanting.
  • To prevent Lily Beetles from damaging your lilies, we recommend using the Lily Beetle Prevention Spray or making up your own and using the Concentrate. This Spray (Grazers G4) will also stimulate growth of your lilies. 
  • You can feed your lilies with a Tomato Feed to stimulate and strengthen your lilies when you start to see signs of growth. Make up your tomato feed with half the recommended dilution (written on the instructions on the bottle) and feed once every 3 weeks.

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Miss Lucy lily:
This question was asked by - S. Baker
Can you please put me on a waiting list for when you get more of the oriental double Lily Miss Lucy. It is so lovely and has no pollen stamens to harm my cats.

Good afternoon, Unfortunately, the Miss Lucy Lily has been discontinued. We do have a very similar variety within the Roselily collection called Kendra. This is also pollen free and is beautiful with a gorgeous scent.

Roselily 'Kendra' (SKU17845) Loraine Hart
Miss Lucy lily:
This question was asked by - Coleen
I am trying to find miss Lucy lilies or even a rose Lucy. I see you had the lilies but currently you do not, will you be restocking them at all? Thank you

Unfortunately, Miss Lucy Lily bulbs have been discontinued by the grower. Have you tried Soft Music or Kendra. These are both white double oriental lilies with a touch of pink.

  Loraine Hart
How many bulbs?:
This question was asked by - Anne Watson
I want to plant up an old metal coal scuttle measuring 16in x 12in x 10 in deep with white lilies. Can you please advise how many bulbs I would need and the best variety to choose? I am thinking along the lines of keeping to white but am open to the possibility of introducing perhaps pink. I like My Wedding and Leona but would welcome your comments. A lighter fragrance would be my first preference With thanks

Good afternoon,

I would recommend having maybe 6 lilies within this space. My Wedding and Leona are both stunning varieties and will produce a lovely scent for you. If you are after a slight hint of colour, perhaps mix them with Roselily Kendra as this has a subtle pink edging to it which is simply stunning! Loraine Hart
Advice please:

This question was asked by
- L. Sadler

Good morning, I recently ordered some Lily Kenrda and Cameleon which you have kindly delivered, thank you. I have been trying to purchase some ericaceous compost since I placed my order with you but to no avail. Will they still grow in good quality multi-purpose compost? Kind regards, Linda

You're welcome - yes your lilies will be absolutely fine in a good-quality, multi-purpose compost.


The Hart Family


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