My Fragrant White Lily

Lilies are amazing plants belonging to the family Liliaceae.
Lilies come a variety of colors, shapes and sizes, and they are perfect for birthday or wedding bouquets. This beautiful flowers are quite easy to grow and they are good in borders or containers.

My Casa Blanca Oriental lily (Lilium ‘Casa Blanca’) is the most amazing flower in my garden at this moment.
This lily has pure white, large and scented flowers.

Casa Blanca Oriental lily prefers a rich, well-drained soil and should be planted in full sun or partial shade. This extraordinary plant with very large and intoxicatingly fragrant flowers should be planted in the spring. It is recommended to plant the bulbs deep enough, 4 to 6 inches deep and to prepare the soil for planting. Casa Blanca Oriental lily can grow 3 to 4 feet tall. Bulbs should be planted 8 inches apart. It is recommended to stake the stems before blooming.
Do not forget to water them regularly, but do not overwater them!

Casa Blanca Oriental lily blooms later than other types of lilies.
When Casa Blanca Oriental lily has finished flowering, cut the stems back to the soil line, but only when they are brown and hollow.

Let’s grow lilies!

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7 thoughts on “My Fragrant White Lily

  1. Casa Blanca is definitely the ‘if I only have one’ oriental. I have also been enjoying ‘Garden Party’ White, with gold striping fading through rose to green, it has a better shape than some of the other recent introductions.
    Actually, I should say I have been enjoying my One Garden party. The rest got squished during emergency roof repairs…
    ps. I am enjoying your blog!

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