You will need
  • Lily bulbs
The bulbs should be sprouted. Best before planting, keep them in a cool place in damp sawdust, moss or perlite.If you keep the Lily bulbs have quite a long time, should put them in a bag with peat with holes for ventilation. The required temperature is from 0 to 5 degrees of heat at a higher temperature to sprout buds.If the bulbs dry during storage, you should wrap them in a wet cloth or hold it in water for several hours.Before planting bulbs of lilies should be washed to remove the remaining rotten roots and treat with a solution of fundazol (or for half an hour to hold the bulbs in a solution of manganese-sour potassium).
Wild lilies grow in mountainous areas, therefore, when planting in the garden, they need Sunny areas with light shade in the afternoon. The soil should be loose and breathable.When planting bulbs in the ground make a peat, sand, humus and mineral fertilizers. Some lilies need in the ash.Lily bulbs are placed at a depth equal to three diameters of these follicles. Thus, the larger the bulb the deeper it should be planted. The distance between the bulbs when planting depends on the variety of lilies. The large lilies are planted in 20-25 cm from each other, for low enough 10-15 cm
After the traditional autumn planting bulbs sprinkled with peat and watered.The best winter protection from frost – deep snow.With the onset of warm days lilies it is recommended to create cool conditions for growth and flowering. However, in the absence of direct sunlight good lighting is important. To water lilies is gradually and gently only at the root.
Lilies grow long in one place, "used" with him. After three - and even five-year flowering without a transplant, most of the Lily forms large "nest" of onions of different age and therefore size. They should divide after cutting stems.