Select bulbs. Decide with the variety of colors and proceed to the selection of planting material. Bulb lilies should be large and sturdy, well painted (for some varieties). The dense structure of the bulb should not contain signs of rot. The bulbs with sprouted long shoots also better do not buy – shoots must be the whole and only look out of the bulbs.
Select a suitable site. The soil should be well drained, as the roots the flowers rot quickly in the stagnant water. Choose open Sunny areas with little shade, no trees and with evenly moist soil.
Prepare the soil. To grow lilies better on the fertile, nutritious soil, so before planting to fertilize the land with manure or humus. The soil needs good moisture to pass, so dense the ground mix with sand – so the water will not stagnate. Fertilizers in the form of nitrate, superphosphate, and potash salts will increase the nutritional value of the soil, you can add a little ash.
Plant the bulbs. Plant bulbs to a depth of about 10 centimeters. On top sprinkle the planting site with straw or dry grass. Provide conditions for growth.
Water lilies regularly at the root, trying not to get water on the leaves. Multiroute planting with the aim of preserving moisture, not loosening the soil (so as not to damage the shoots). Regularly fertilize the soil (diluted in water humus, mineral complexes), especially not enough fertile. Young shoots must be protected from spring frosts, and in winter the plants need to be covered. Proplyvaya areas, removing unwanted weeds, which shade the flowers and impede their ventilation. From time to time Spud lilies – it stimulates the formation of additional roots from which the flowers become larger.