A dramatic summer display of pink flowers, very similar to Gladiolus, a close relative of Watsonia. The plant has glossy sword-shaped leaves 50-70cm tall, with flower spikes up to 2m. Each flower spike has up to 20 showy and lightly fragranced pink flowers (sometimes white). Flowers from June/July in the UK.
Prefers a sunny spot with composted well-drained soil. Cape Bugle Lilies can withstand a mild winter frost.
Pack of 10 seeds. Sow in spring to autumn. Flowering from second or third year. Sowing instructions and a colour photo are printed on the packet.
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