Paradisea lusitanica is a vigorous and robust plant, with tall stems carrying the spikes of starry white flowers. When a group of them grow together they make an impressive sight. They should not be planted too close to a path, as the stems curve over under the weight of the developing seeds, but if you don't want the seeds (after you have grown your impressive group!) simply cut the stems after flowering.
Robust St. Bruno's lily; tall stems with spikes of starry white flowers.
||9 cm pot|
||Late spring to early summer|
||any good garden soil|
||60 cm - 1.2 m|