Oriental Lily In Ceramic

Oriental Lily In Ceramic


What’s not to love about this gorgeous bunch of stunning Lillies? Add some flower power to your home this spring.

Care needs: Low Maintenance PlantsPet-friendly: NoLight level: Medium Light

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A stunning plant, guaranteed to add scent and beauty to your home.

What’s not to love about this gorgeous pot of lilies in our concrete ceramic. Perfect to add some flower power to your home or gift to someone special.

This stunning Oriental Lily will bloom for weeks to come, providing beautiful pink flowers. With its stunning blooms styled in our concrete pot, it’s sure to be that statement piece in your kitchen or living space.

Measuring approximately 40-50 cm total height, this flowering houseplant is perfect for brightening up your home. We think they look fabulous on a worktop or kitchen island. Check out our blog, all about gorgeous flowering houseplants.

The signature scent of the Oriental Lily will fill your room and makes the most beautiful gift. In its stunning pot, this lily will be admired by all. Just be careful not to get the pollen residue on any surfaces or clothing as like all lilies, this can stain.

The lily will arrive with a minimum of 6 closed/ semi- closed buds to ensure you get the most from the lily blooms.

Please note: This Lily and pot will come in separate boxes, you simply drop the plant in its growing pot, into the ceramic and it is ready for its forever home! The ceramic is sized to work well with this tall flowering plant

This gorgeous flowering houseplant also has an edgy side. It’s highly toxic to animals if ingested, so we’d recommend that you keep this one out of reach of pets including cats & children.

Caring for an Oriental Lily

Oriental Lilies can be placed in most light areas in your home, avoid direct sunlight in the Summer months as this will scorch the flowers. These beauties do not need fertilising and once the flowers are spent, snip these off at the stem and allow the plant to focus it’s energy on new blooms.

Water when soil feels dry to touch, usually around every 7-10 days.