“Among the most beautiful of hardy flowers,” William Robinson once proclaimed about this robust easily grown Lily kin. And we whole-heartedly agree! Endemic to both Turkey and southern Europe’s mountain meadows, rocky fields and open woods, Anthericum liliago’s tuberous roots nourish a tidy low-growing grass-like clump of long slender green foliage. Ebullient yellow anthers spangle the starry white blooms that populate spike-like clusters atop lithe, 2 ft. tall leafless stems. Relishing warm sunshine, good drainage and rich adequately-moist soil, St. Bernard’s Lily can slowly naturalize along garden paths and enchant perennial borders, rockeries or cut arrangements.
Size: 18" – 2' 0" high x 12" wide.
Hardy to zone 6.