Deep golden yellow, trumpet shaped blooms with maroon shading on the reverse side make Golden Splendour a splendid addition to your garden. The height and sturdiness of this bulb will increase over the years as will the spicy fragrance.
More tubular in shape, these lilies resemble splayed trumpets and will produce long flowers up to 8 in – 20 cm long. They are intoxicatingly fragrant and will continue grow in height from season to season so be sure to plant them where they will be protected from strong winds. They prefer a rather heavy soil with an ample supply of humus and good drainage. Remove faded flowers and do not cut back stems until autumn. Bulbs should not be lifted but left in the soil to bloom annually for many years.