Sunny Robyn lilies

This question was asked by
Christine C –

Could you tell me if you sell sunny robyn lilies please. Also if you do can you tell me how to order?
Thank you
Christine

Unfortunately we do not have that variety of lily but we have Sunny Martinique which I think is quite similar. You can order through our website by clicking on the link below:

Lily ‘Sunny Martinique’ (SKU17896)

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Lilies for new Japanese themed garden

This question was asked by
Chris S – 

Good evening,
I am in process of making our third garden. First was restoration of a Jekyll garden in Merton Park; then restoration of a typical Cornish garden planted up in the 19th century but overtaken by spotted laurel – originally planted as a windbreak. now i am making a new japanese garden following a visit to the Adachi Museum garden in Japan. Rocks, gravel “stream” path, acers and (hopefully) small areas of single species flowers at different seasons mingled with the rock work. What lilies would you recommend – not too tall for the most part (although I love Candidum). At the moment I am wondering about “Turks’ Head” type but would welcome your advice regarding a further 5 or 6 varieties.
Kind regards,
Chris

Hi Chris

Any lilies will fit well in your Japanese style garden including other flower varieties nicknamed the Pineapple Lily (Eucomis) and the Guernsey Lily (Nerines). Also, have you seen our Specie lily page? These are stunning varieties that would suit your garden theme.

Eucomis

Eucomis

Eucomis

Nerines

Nerines

Nerines

Species Lilies

Fusion Lilies

Fusion Lilies

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Oriental lilies

This question was asked by
Jayne H – 

Is it too late to plant oriental lilies in pots to flower this year I.e. in July or August?

No it isn’t too late at all – we will still be sending out until June and they will all flower this year. Usually, lilies will take 8-12 weeks from planting to flower if they have been kept in dormancy in cold store.

Oriental Lilies

Lilies

The Hart Family

Madonna Lily

This question was asked by
Angie O – 

I am looking to purchase Madonna Lillies (The flower of St Anthony). Are you able to source these? And how much?

Hi there Angie

Madonna lilies need planting in the autumn. We will have these available for dispatch in September and you will be able to pre-order them from July onwards.

Lilium Candidum (Madonna Lily) (SKU17646)

Madonna Lily

Lilium Candidum – Madonna Lily

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Madonna Lily

This question was asked by
Chris – 

Is there any way I can get 50 of these bulbs now?

Thanks for your help.

Chris

Sorry it is the wrong time of the year for Madonna Lilies – these need planting in the Autumn.

Lilium Candidum (Madonna Lily)

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Giant tree lillies

This question was asked by
Geoffrey W

Can I order 3 different varieties, 1 of each colour?

Yes, you can choose your lilies like a pic n mix sweet shop 😊 Just add 1 bulb of each variety to your basket.
LILIES

Lilies

The Hart Family

Super Condition Lilies

This question was asked by
John B – 

Just a quick message to say thank you for the wonderful Lilies received yesterday. They were in super condition on receipt and are now potted up. Excellent service & goods.
Best wishes
John B

You’re very welcome Mr Beechey. Thank you for taking the time to email us.

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Just a thank you

This question was asked by
Sheila –

Hello
I’ve received my beautiful lily bulbs today. Lovely sized and healthy bulbs. Thank you.
Kind regards
Sheila

You’re very welcome Sheila and thank you for taking the time to message us.

LILIES

The Hart Family

Lily bulbs

This question was asked by
Di C

I bought 3 exquisite bulbs at Chelsea dome years ago. The were deep red and called Resolute. Do you stock them? Or know who does? I can’t locate them online….

Hi Di

Unfortunately, we haven’t got that Oriental trumpet lily available this year – we do have the following that are very similar:
Lily ‘Largo’ (SKU176841)

Lily ‘Carbonero’ (SKU17684)

Lily ‘Fujian’ (SKU17777)

All equally gorgeous in colour, height and scent.

The Hart Family

Oriental lilies

This question was asked by
Maureen R

Having seen empress oriental lilies planted on ‘Love Your Garden’ I googled the lily and decided to order from Harts Nursery. I spoke to an extremely pleasant young man who helped me with my order and he informed me it was your bulbs which featured – so very happy. I naturally ordered more than I intended !!! and have received the excellent looking bulbs Can I use ericaceous compost in pots rather than John Innes No 3 as I have quite a large quantity already. Thx

Aww I’m so pleased to hear how happy you are! Yes an ericaceous compost is absolutely perfect for Empress.
Hope they bring you lots of joy in the summer.
Take care

The Hart Family