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Numerous thin spires of white star-shaped flowers are produced above clumps of long, narrow grey-green leaves. A hardy perennial from the Liliaceae family, growing to heights of 45-60cm, this lovely dwarf lily known as St. Bernard’s Lily has no vices, and will make a steadily expanding clump over the years.
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Germination; Sow indoors at any time, sow into a cold frame in autumn or spring. Indoors, sow 5mm deep into moist, well-drained seed compost. Ideal temp. 18-22°C for 2-4 weeks then cold stratify. Move to -4°C-+4°C for 4-6 weeks then return to warmth for germination, 5-12°C. Outside simply plant into a cold frame, natural winter cold will offer ideal conditions for germination to occur as the weather warms in spring. Once seedlings emerge grow on in individual pots for at least a year before planting out.
Growing; Prefers any well-drained soil in full sun. Do not fertilise as this will encourage leaf growth at the expense of flowers.
Cultivation; Spreads via rhizomes. Established clumps can be divided in spring. Cut back hard in late summer after flowering.