Lilium Regale Album

Lilium Regale Album loose corms x 3


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Lilium regale Album is a tall and vigorous bulbous perennial with narrow glossy green leaves and racemes of huge, trumpet-shaped white flowers with orange anthers.

Hailing from south west China, this lily has been a garden staple for centuries now. Marvellous as a cut flower, but first remove the pollen-laden stamens to avoid stains.

With a magnificently heady fragrance and splendid height, plant in a prominent position where it will attract the eye as well as the nose. It dislikes heavy soil, so plant into grit if necessary.


Corms per pack: 3

Common Name: White King's Lily, White Regal Lily

Hardiness: Fully hardy

Height and Spread: 150cm x 35cm

Preferred Soil Type: Moist but well-drained, or well-drained soil

Aspect: Full sun

Position: Any, sheltered

Flowering Period: July

Planting: Plant 15–20cm deep, 15–30cm apart

Care: Deadhead promptly. At the end of autumn, cut dead stems back to ground level.


Warning: The RSPCA have reported that all parts of lilies can be fatal to cats, including the flowers, leaves and pollen.