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Turk's Cap Lily, or Lilium superbum, is a beautiful perennial native to the central and eastern regions of North America.

Turk's Cap Lily

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Turk's Cap Trillium - Malvaviscus arboreous Hardy Planting Zones- 7-12 Sun or Shade – Sun to Partial Shade Mature Height - 36-48" Mature Width- 8-10" Bloom Season – Summer to Early Winter (June to December) Gardener Status - Beginner

See below for examples of how your plants will look upon receipt.

bareroot types
In the spring, plants will green up and bloom. See this page for further information on planting your bareroot plants.

See below for examples of how your plants will look upon receipt.

bareroot types
In the spring, plants will green up and bloom. See this page for further information on planting your bareroot plants.
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Turk's Cap Lily, or Lilium superbum, is a beautiful perennial native to the central and eastern regions of North America

With flaming orange and yellow petals, comparable to a warm tropical sunset, this flower is kissed with dark freckles and bursting with long, wispy stamen. Blooming from early to mid-summer, the Turk's Cap Lily typically grows 3-7 feet tall, though some stalks have been recorded as tall as 9 feet. This lily produces around 1-12 blooms per stalk and will flower for about a month. With such exotic appeal, this lily not only makes a stylish addition to gardens and lawns but attracts hummingbirds as well. Though the flower grows exceptionally in gardens and exterior borders of the home, it is also a long-lasting cut flower, brightening a room or lifting one's spirit humbly from a vase.

Turk's Cap Lily was once a popular selection as an edible plant

The flowers nearly succumbed to extinction decades ago.

Luckily for gardeners, this lily is easily cultivated and grows in ample supply once again. To grow this flower, plant bulbs or transplants in the fall in rich, moist soil with good drainage and access to the full or partial sun.

Turk's Cap Lily is a North American native plant that is found mostly in the eastern states. This Lily has showy orange blooms that have maroon spots. This plant is best grown when planted in groups or masses in low moist places. This plant is often used for borders and native plant gardens.

Turk's Cap Lily not only makes a stylish addition to gardens and lawns but attracts hummingbirds as well

Though the flower grows exceptionally in gardens and exterior borders of the home, it is also a long-lasting cut flower, brightening a room or lifting one's spirit humbly from a vase.

The Turk's Cap Lily, or Lilium superbum, is a beautiful perennial native to the central and eastern regions of North America. With flaming orange and yellow petals, comparable to a warm tropical sunset, this flower is kissed with dark freckles and bursting with long, wispy stamen. Blooming from early to mid-summer, the Turk's Cap Lily typically grows 3-7 feet tall, though some stalks have been recorded as tall as 9 feet. This lily produces around 1-12 blooms per stalk and will flower for about a month. 

 

 

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