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Eremurus (Foxtail Lilies) Cleopatra

Eremurus (Foxtail Lilies) Cleopatra

Showy and stately, Cleopatra (Foxtail Lilies) Eremurus add vertical interest and showy, orange flower spikes to the summer garden. They attract pollinators, too. Growing 4-5' tall, Cleopatra Eremurus has a compact root, strap-shaped leaves and hundreds of small, individual flowers. One of the most colorful tall flowers available, foxtail lilies are also excellent in cut-flower displays. Foxtail lilies bloom for 10-15 years without dividing. Native to drier regions of western and central Asia, they grow best in full sun. Deer tend to avoid.

Botanical Name: Eremurus x isabellinus 'Cleopatra'

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  • 88524
    Ships in Fall
  • NO.1
    Packed 5 per bag.
  • 01803
    Ships in Spring
  • TOP
    Packed 3 per bag.

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Growing Tips

  • Planting Instructions:

    6" deep and 18 - 24" apart
  • Soil Moisture:

    Well drained
  • Will Tolerate:

    Acidic Soil, Clay Soil, Loamy Soil, Sandy Soil
  • Pruning Instructions:

    Remove spent flower stems.
  • Winter Care:

    Mulch +/-2"
  • Planting Depth:

    6" deep
  • Watering Requirements:

    Average water needs. Water regularly, do not overwater.
  • Fertilization Requirements:

    Once per year
  • Special Care:

    Not needed

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