Imperial Lutea Fritillaria Bulbs

Frittilaria grow from Fall-planted bulbs, and will spread, or 'naturalize,' if they're happy. They like shady spots, and their moody blooms will win your heart.

If you are looking for a flower that looks loosely like an unfinished, abstract drawing of pineapple, then look no further. Clusters of yellow bell-shaped blooms hang below a fascinator of green spikes. This little weirdo is great as a super-charged deer and critter deterrent for its funky smell - so plant accordingly!

Includes 6 bulbs
Plant Info
Common Name
Persian Lily
3 feet
8-12" between bulbs
Full sun or part shade
Perennial, zones 3-8
Deer resistant
Kids & Pets
Needs freezing winter temps to bloom
Only needs supplemental water in very dry conditions
Indoor & Pots
Grows well in containers outside
Growing Info
How to Plant Dig a hole and tuck your bulb in, pointy side or indentation up with any dried roots remaining on the other side pointing down, about 6" deep. Not sure which way is which? Plant them sideways - they'll sort it out themselves. Now give your bulb a good wish, a few solid pats to compress the soil around it, a long drink of water, and wait for spring
Where to Plant Find a place that gets partial shade, and space bulbs about 8" apart
When to Plant Plant in the fall, anytime before the ground freezes for the last time
When to Expect Blooms Mid spring
Care Instructions Water once sprouts appear, if soil is very dry
Extra Credit Wait for the foliage to wilt and turn yellow before clipping it back, so that the bulb can preserve energy for the next year's blooms
Regular price $37.00 USD
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