These are so remarkable. Got a lot of compliments on them. Very easy to grow and care for.
The blooms on this plant are very unique and beautiful. Looks great in my gardens!
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Turk’s Cap Lily– Lilium Superbum is native to eastern and central regions of North America. The ornate flowers of this lily are said resemble a type of cap worn by early Turks, hence the common name.
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Keep the height in mind when placing Turk's Cap Lillies, so they don't block the view of other plants in your garden. You will want to plant these bulbs in the fall. To keep this plant healthy do not let the dirt dry out under it. This is the tallest growing Native American lily. It is preferred for rain gardens, borders, cottage gardens, or pond peripheries. The suggested climate zones for the Turk Cap Lily would be zones five to eight.
The bulbs are stoloniferous, which means that in the wild they will spread and create a tight-knit colony. They look lovely when planted in groups together. They thrive in wet wooded areas and wet meadows. The keywords in helping this plant succeed are shade and water. Keep in mind; these colorful flowers do need fertile soil that is somewhat acidic so that they may thrive. Grow them in an area of the garden that gets partial shade and watch them bloom for you in the summer.
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The flowers are orange with spots of maroon and bloom at the peak of summer in July. This flower attracts hummingbirds in the summer months.
Another positive thing about this healthy plant is how resistant it is to diseases. It is extremely rare for this plant to be bothered by viruses and illnesses.
Climate Zone: 5 to 8
Mature Height: 7 to 9 ft
Bulb Spacing: 8 to 12" apart
Sunlight: Half Sun/Half Shade or Full Shade
Soil Conditions: Rich Soil slightly acidic
Botanical Name: Lilium Superbum
Turks Cap Lily Plant
The Turks Cap Lily Plant is a beautiful flower that has blooms of orange, yellow, and hints of red. The blooms on the plant appear to be growing upside down and make the plant appear. As though it has a hat on instead of a flower at the end of the stem. You'll find that the plant is easy to grow and thrives in areas with partial sunlight. Portions of the plant can be eaten and often offer medicinal benefits. The bulb of the Turks Cap Lily Plant can be used in various soups and stews as well.
Once the plant reaches maturity, the flowers bloom from the stems, while the seeds are often carried away by birds and animals so that the plant can reproduce in other areas, aside from the orange and yellow color of the plant. There are also hints of purple as well as swirls of black on mature petals. The plant thrives in acidic soil. It also grows best in areas that don't see large amounts of rain or regions where the soil doesn't stay too moist as the plant filters its nutrients through the soil instead of relying on as much water to grow