Lambley Gardens & Nursery, 395 Lesters Road,  Ascot,  Victoria 3364
Phone +61 (03) 5343 4303,  Fax +61 (03) 5343 4257

Lambley Nursery Lilium Catalogue


Lilies are sourced in their winter dormancy and the bulbs are planted in the depth of the cold so as to maximize their growth as the says lengthen. Read more about Lambley Lily Bulbs

OT lilies are also known as Orienpet or Oriental x Trumpet Lilies. They are hybrids between the huge flowered Oriental Lilies and the Christmas Lily, Lilium longiflorum. Both parents are fragrant.
OT Lilies are tough and have great disease tolerance. They have become one of the most popular of all commercial cut flowers. Picked as the first bud starts to unfurl they will last a fortnight in a vase. Read more about OT (Oriental x Trumpet) Lilies

These shorter growing beautiful lilies are the most outstanding choice for cut-flowers. They have little to no fragrance so are perfect for those with a sensitivity to strong smells. Their upright flowers appear around Christmas time. Read more about Asiatic Group

The old orange Tiger Lilies have been a mainstay of Australian gardens since goodness knows when as they are so tough and obliging. These new selections are just as tough but come in exciting new colours. Read more about Tiger Lilies

AOA lilies are hybrids between Oriental and Asiatic lilies back crossed with another Asiatic. Whilst the initial intent was to breed commercial cut flower types the outward facing flowers and long pedicels of AOA lilies made them unsuitable. These characteristics however made them desirable garden plants. Home gardeners can of course use them in flower arrangements. Lightly fragrant they have a long blooming period beginning in December. AOA lilies have flowers as large as Oriental lilies but with the vigour and performance of an Asiatic. Read more about AOA Lilies Asiatic x (Oriental x Asiatic)