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Lilium Martagon 'Arabian Knight'
Common name: Asiatic Lily
Arabian Knight has small, pendant, deep russet-red Turk’s Cap flowers with rich golden brushmarks overlaid with mahogany-red markings, smooth mahogany spots, and elegant anther-tipped, pale gold stamens. A floriferous garden variety once established and mature. Once mature, it may yield 40+ flowers per stalk,
Mortagon lilies can be slightly temperamental at first, sulking for a year underground, or not blooming the first year. Martagons flower before summer heat ramps up and die back earlier than Asiatic lilies. They take longer to mature. They prefer a half-day of shade and will grow well where other lilies would struggle. Water often if plants are competing for moisture.
Size: Bulb size 16/18 cm. 1 bulb
Hardy zones: 4,5,6,7,8
Hardy zones: 5,6,7,8
Soil type: Mortagons require well-drained soil. They will rot if they have wet feet.
Light requirements: Partial Shade - Full Sun
Brand Hong Quat Packging
Calo 36 Calo
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