One of the most recognizable bulb plants, lilies produce fragrant florets surrounded by green sword-like foliage and come in a wide range of colors. Plant them behind or under perennials for a dramatic effect.
They need to be planted in moist well-drained soil and placed so that they have “faces in the sun, feet in the shade.”
Type of Plant: Bulb
Distinguishing Characteristics: Slender stalks topped with a cluster of flowers
Water Use: High
Flower Color: Various
Sun/Location: Full to Part Sun