Small Lilies
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These are perfect for small and shallow ponds and should be planted 20-40cm deep in 3 to 5 litre baskets. Will cover about 0.5 metre squared in 2 years.

Typically, small lilies become available a little later than larger types, generally early May onwards.

 
Pink
 
Laydekeri liliacea
The pink version of laydekeri rosea, similar in other respects. Quite a small lily with rose pink flowers. Good for small ponds.


• In stock

£16.00
Red
Burgundy Princess
A small to medium lily with a cup shaped burgundy/cherry red flower and light green leaves - a pleasing combination. Up to 50cm depth and spread. Odorata type.


• In stock

£20.00
Ellisiana
A small to medium lily with carmine red flowers, prefers shallower water to 50cm


• Out of stock

£16.00
Froebelii
Another good contender for best red for small pools. Strong red flowers, depth and spread to 60cm. Tuberosa type.


• In stock

£16.00
Gloriosa
A small bright red lily with cup shaped flowers for up to 80cm depth. Bronzy green leaves, tuberosa rhizome.


• In stock

£16.00
Perrys Baby Red
Probably the best red lily for a small pool less than 2 metres across. Best in water less than 60cm deep. Spread 60cm.


• In stock

£16.00
Cannot find William Falconer £20.00
White
     
Candidissima
A small white hybrid of N alba and N candida, ideal in smaller pools where dwarf lilies would be too small, many white petals in the classic paeony shape. Up to 60cm depth. Odorata type.


• In stock

£16.00
Walter Pagels (white)
A lovely American hybrid lily for a small pond or container, 40cm max depth and spread about the same. Flowers creamy white, almost pink. Tuberosa type.


• In stock
£16.00
Yellow
     
Denver
A medium lily with palest yellow flowers. Green leaves tinted red at the edges. Spread and depth about 75cm.


• In stock

£16.00
Lemon Mist
One of the strongest yellow colours on a medium lily, depth to 60cm and spread to 150cm.


• In stock

£16.00
Odorata Sulphurea
This is a small lily and is slow to make growth with an odorata type rhizome. It has pale yellow flowers and does best in shallow ponds to 50cm. Spread about 80cm


• In stock

£16.00
Variable / Sunset Shades
     
Aurora
A small lily for water up to 50cm deep. Opens orangey yellow then darkens through orange and red, with the benefit of marbled leaves. Pineapple type rhizome.


• In stock
£16.00
Indiana
Flowers open yellow/orange and then darken through orange and red. An excellent small lily for a small shallow pond. Difficult to find and slow to grow. Pineapple rhizome.


• In stock
£16.00
Little Sue (changeable)
Darkens with age, a very small lily for shallow water.


• In stock
£16.00
Paul Hariot
Similar to though slightly larger than Aurora; flowers are more cup shaped. Opens peachy pink and darkens to apricot. Pineapple type rhizome.


• In stock
£16.00
Sioux
The second closest thing to an orange lily, but darkens over three days from yellow to burnt orange. A small to medium lily for up to 80cm of water.


• In stock
£16.00
 
 
     
   
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