How to Grow Asiatic Lilies. Scout for a location and prepare the soil ahead of time when planting Asiatic lilies. Information about the Asiatic lily advises planting in a sunny to partly sunny location. At least six hours of sunlight is necessary for the Asiatic lily plant.
Martagon Lilies Turk's Cap Lilies, Mountain Lilies, Martagon Hybrid Lilies (Lilium Martagon) Amazingly decorative and easy to grow, Martagon Lilies feature bountiful 2-4 inch blossoms (5-10 cm), mostly downward facing with strongly recurved tepals and resembling a Turk's cap (hence their common name).
Oriental Lilies are best known for their huge flowers and intense perfume. They come in a wide variety of heights, forms, and colors, and put on a magnificent, late-summer show. They come in a wide variety of heights, forms, and colors, and put on a magnificent, late-summer show.
Oriental Lily Info. Oriental lilies are native to Japan. The plants gain height every year, and at 2 to 8 feet, are considerably taller than Asiatic lilies. Many are even known as tree lilies. The deep green leaves are wider and further apart than the leaves of Asiatic lilies, and are somewhat heart-shaped. Oriental lilies bloom about the time Asiatic lilies are fading.
Also called a trumpet lily, it’s one of the ten main types of lilies grown in the world, although a huge expanse of hybrids and different cultivars makes for some serious variety. Aurelian, or trumpet, lilies are known for their huge, trumpet shaped blossoms and impressive height.