Lily, Patio Asiatic - Tiny Bee, 3 Pack

Lily, Patio Asiatic - Tiny Bee, 3 Pack

Regular price$9.99 CAD
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  • Shipping Starts in Late March 2024
  • Top Size Bulbs, Corms, and Tubers
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A bold and striking addition to any garden, with its soft yellow petals, hinted with light brown centers, are what makeup the Tiny Bee Lily. They like to be planted in a soil type that is normal or sandy and has neutral, alkaline or acidic pH levels. They like to be planted in habitats that have full sun to partial sun exposure. Blooms will form between the beginning and the end of summer, with planting taking place between the months of March to May or September to November.

  • Patio Asiatic Lily
  • The best Asiatic lilies for containers.
  • Great for Containers, Mixed Borders and Cut Flowers.
  • Patio Companion.
  • New!
  • 3 Pack


Yellow Gold



 Bulb Size

12/14 cm

 Sun Requirements

Full to Partial Sun



 Deer Resistant





March - May, Sept - Nov


June - Sept

 Plant depth


 Space apart


At Wildwood, we aim to make sure every plant arrives healthy and safe to your door in time for your planting period. Here is what you can expect after placing your order!


Spring bulb orders will be shipped with wood shavings in the package to help insulate and protect the bulbs from the cold weather and movement during shipping. Wood shavings can be repurposed in the garden or composted upon receiving your order! 

Shipping Schedule

The shipment of your order will follow our approximate schedule found below where timing will be dependent on what is being shipped, your planting zone, and the current weather conditions for shipping.

 Zone Earliest Shipping Time
1-3 Mid May
4-5 Late April
6 Early to Mid April
7-9 Late March to Early April

All times listed are the earliest dates shipping can start in that zone. Shipping times can change due to harsh weather conditions or supplier delays if they occur.


Not sure what planting zone you are? Check the map here or visit Natural Resources Canada to find the hardiness zone in your Municipality.

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