Lilium martagon var album seeds – ( Turks Cap lily)


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Picture thanks to Jelitto Seeds

This is the lovely white form of Lilium martagon. There may also be the occasional pink flowered plant produced from these seeds. It has waxy hanging reflexed white flowers , and is an easy plant for the cool garden, coming up every year and multiplying up over the years to form a nice group.


Sowing advice

Sow at any time of the year.  Fold a kitchen paper towel into 3 in alternating directions to give a towel of 6.3 * 11.2 roughly. Open the last fold of the towel .Now moisten the whole towel with water, so it is only just damp. On one side of the last fold place the seeds, refold towel over seeds. Seal in a ziplock bag or similar. Keep in a dark place at 18 deg C  for 4 months, Check weekly  to provide air movement . After 4 months move to 2 -4 deg C ( fridge) for 4 months. After this pot up the tiny bulbs  covering with a 2cm layer of seed raising mix. First leaves should appear in about 3 weeks

Additional information



Common Name

Turk's cap



Maximum Height

approx 90 cm with flowers

Number of seeds in packet

approx 20