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Martagon Lily

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Lilium martagon Flowers pink spotted dark purple and turned back to make the fanciful Turk’s cap.

These bulbs were grown from cultivated stock.



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Latin Name: Lilium martagon

Common Name(s): Martagon Lily

Plant Type: Perennial

Habitat: Moist Soil, Part Shade, Sun, Well Drained


Pink, Purple



Flowering Time:

June - August

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The flower colour is typically a pink-purple, with dark spots, but is quite variable, extending from near white to near black Blooms in early to mid summer but can take a while to establish and flower. like many in the genus, it is toxic to cats and dogs and ingestion often leads to fatal renal failure.  Full sun or part shade preferred and well drained but moist soil.

Plant 15-20cm down and 20cm a apart, PDF: Planting Instructions Here







Picture by böhringer friedrich – Own work

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