- USDA Zone
- Full sun to partial shade
- Well-drained, yet moist
The deciduous plant looks striking with its narrow, glossy green leaves that showcase huge trumpet-shaped flowers. Having an erect habit, it makes an excellent border plant. You can plant it near a patio and in containers as well. The long-lasting pure white lilies have a yellow center and are flushed with purple outside.
Water it enough to maintain good soil moisture but avoid soil dryness at all costs.
After the flowering season is over, cut back the leaves and stems when they turn yellow.
Use a tomato feed to stimulate and strengthen the plant as you spot signs of growth. You should apply the feed with half the recommended dilution (as instructed in the bottle) once every 3 weeks.
Cold Hardiness: USDA zones 5-6
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