Eremurus (Foxtail Lily) Stenophylus Bungei Top size bulbs
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A great garden needs a varied cast of plants; the solid, reliable performers that change little but always offer something whatever the season, and the shooting stars that dominate for the briefest of moments before exiting stage right for another year. Into the latter category falls the foxtail lily Eremurus Stenophylus Bungei. A member of the lily family (Liliaceae), it comes from the semi-desert and dry grassland of the desolately beautiful Tien Shan and Pamir Mountain ranges of Central Asia. As a result it needs three key conditions: good drainage, full sun and, in order to induce flowering, a cold snap in winter. The root system of Eremurus Bungei is fascinating in itself, consisting of the central growing point, the crown, which is encircled by fleshy, finger-thick tapering roots. The overall impression is of a cartoon of a very large starfish. The overall effect is quite stunning, with hundreds of lightly yellow scented flowers - much loved by honey bees - arrayed around the top 2ft of each spike. It is the flower spike that gives the plant its common name of foxtail lily as it is usual for the spike to wander around rather than grow straight and true. The foxtail lily has a number of notable cousins, including the larger, later flowering Eremurus Robustus. Eremurus Bungei only flowers for four weeks or so, but for that brief period it is every bit the leading player; the long wait between flowering only adds to the anticipation. Eremurus bungei is the smallest species of the Foxtail Lily family. The maximum height is 2 feet. The species thrives deep yellow in June - July. We ship Topsize bulbs.
Please note: Eremurus bulbs start shipping in October
All of our flower bulbs ship in the fall, we start shipping in September: the perfect time for planting!
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This variety attracts bees and butterflies to your garden. Bees and butterflies are the most important pollinators in North America. By planting these flower bulbs you contribute to a sustainable environment. (Researched and tested in The Netherlands)
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This variety makes a great cut flower and looks stunning in bouquets. Click here to see all our flower bulbs that are great for cut flower use.