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Martagon Lilies

Unlike most lilies martagons are almost exclusively bred by amateur breeders. Dr Ieuan Evans, is one of the top breeders, originally from Wales, he now lives in Canada. Martagons grow well in wide range of soils from slightly acidic to alkaline, providing it is of good quality and well drained, like all Lilies they hate being water logged. A lot of customers grow them in light woodland, but they can also be grown in full Sun. All are very hardy, down to minus 30 c. Further details can be found by selecting a variety.  Detailed cultural advice can be found on our Growing Tips. page.

More details and shipping rates can be found on our Ordering. page.

Our new Canadian varieties bred by Dr Ieuan Evans are now online.

Amelita
A rare Heritage variety bred in 1982 by Fred Tarlton. Beautifully marked pink flowers, which are about 5 Cm's in diameter, set off well by the deep… read more
  • 1+: £17.50
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Arabian Night
Very nice Martagon hybrid with deep red Turks cap flowers, well marked with various shades of gold, about 7 Cm's in diameter, as with all martagons… read more
  • 1-4: £3.75
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Aspen Gold
One of the best 'Gold' flowered martagons, produces extremely strong stems that can get to 2 metres tall. During our recent visit to Canada we managed… read more
  • 1+: £19.50
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Brunswick

New for 2017, details to follow.

  • 1+: £17.50
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Claude Shride
Another of our top selling Martagon hybrids, pure deep maroon, red Turks cap flowers about 6 Cm's in diameter, as with all martagons the bulbs can… read more
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Cranberry Dancer
Bred by Eugene Fox in Canada Deep salmon buds that open into well marked 'Cranberry' coloured flowers, which are about 6 Cm's in diameter. As with all… read more
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Cream Beam 4n
This is the tetraploid form of 'Cream Beam' from Mrs Norgart Martschunke in Germany. Tetraploid Lilies are very strong growers, with highly fertile… read more
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Dalhansonii
A rare Heritage variety bred from L.martagon var dalmaticum x L.hansonii in the late 1800's. chestnut brown with a gold spots, they are about 5 Cm's… read more
  • 1+: £14.50
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Early Bird
One of our new range of Martagons from Canada, a very rare 'Backhouse' hybrid, bred in 1957 with large salmon flowers, as with most 'vintage'… read more
  • 1-4: £5.75
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Gaybird
Very nice hybrid that is similar in habit to 'Manitoba Fox', interesting well marked pinky / red flowers, about 6 Cm's in diameter, as with all… read more
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Guinea Gold
One of our top selling Martagon hybrids, pink buds that open to golden flowers, they are well marked with various other colours, about 6 Cm's in… read more
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Jennifer Evans

Our contender from last years 'Chelsea plant of the year'. Vibrant pure pink flowers, very easy to grow and increases quickly in the garden.

  • 1+: £11.50
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