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.
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
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!
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.
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.