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  • Oriental Hybrids have much larger blooms than Asiatics and are usually very fragrant.
  • Many new varieties are now "O.T" or "Orienpets" which are a cross between Oriental x Trumpet and feature bold new colors and larger blooms.
  •  Should be purchased with tight buds beginning to show colour.
  •  New, improved varieties are stronger and perform better.
  •  Many new varieties are introduced each year , many with interesting new colours and 2 tone colorations.
Care and Handling Tips:
- Prepare vases with filtered water to prelude the presence of chlorine. If flower food is available, mix the appropriate quantity into the water.
- Procees to cutting 1/2 - 1 inch off your flower stems at an angle (with a sharp knife, NOT scissors), and immediately place them into the water. If possible, cut the stems under water which helps prevent bubbles from forming inside the stems.
- Once the flowers have been trimmed, keep them at a cool temperature out of direct sunlight and in a location with good airflow.

Grading Information

  •  Oriental Lilies are graded by number of blooms per stem.
  • - 1 / 2 blooms - 70cm minimum
  • - 2 / 3 blooms - 70 cm minimum
  • - 3 / 5 blooms - 70 cm minimum
  • - 5 / 7 bloom - 70 cm minimum -
  • Lilies are packed in 10 stem bunches and are plastic sleeved.

Grower and Breeder Information

  • Leading Breeders (2010) : Royal Van Zanten, De Jong , Hoff
  • Lilies are very ethelyne sensitive and must be STS treated.
  • Must be shipped tight cut with blooms showing colour but with no open blooms.
  • Foliage should be removed from the bottom 20 cm of stems.
  • New, improved varieties demonstrate better market acceptance and demand.
Sierra Flower Finder is dedicated to the professional floral community by Sierra Flower Trading. Through this collaborative site, we are creating the opportunity for breeders, growers, wholesalers and florists to share their knowledge and passion for the incredible diversity of flowers that make our industry so unique.