A sister to Ornithogalum dubium Lemon Custard, Orange Cream is equally at home in mild weather gardens. Spring blooms light up beds, rock gardens and pots with their saturated hues and unassuming demeanor. Recently discovered by arrangers who appreciate longevity in a vase - often up to 3 weeks! - Orange Cream is thought by those in the know to be a future cut flower star destined to rival Alstroemeria as a florists' favorite. Plant the sisters together for a brilliant display this spring and for many seasons to come. These are excellent container plants.
Light to moderate during active growth
Full sun to partial shade
Ornithogalum Orange CreamBotanical Name:
Ornithogalum dubium Orange CreamExposure:
Showy orange blooms with snappy black eyes, long lasting cutsBloom Season:
10 large bulbs