Orange Asiatic Lilies

Orange Asiatic Lilies

$46.49 –$129.49

Orange Asiatic Lilies

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  • 9 Stems
  • $46.49
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  • 12 Stems
  • $55.49
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  • 15 Stems
  • $65.49
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  • 36 Stems
  • $129.49
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Bright, vibrant colors and stems with a high number of accompanying buds define these lilies. Unlike our Oriental lilies, Asiatics will release only a very light scent that can sometimes only be noted in warmer environments. Each stem is supplemented by 4-6 flower buds, short but abundant foliage, and dynamic growth once placed in water. Make your choice from an array of colors sure to lend compliment to any room.

Stems measure 22-24 inches in length with 4-6 blooms per stem and may take up to 5 days to open completely.
Flowers are shipped without vase.

Color : Orange

Additional Fees May Apply: Tulips.com cannot be held responsible for wrong addresses, delivery delays due to extreme weather conditions, government mandated agricultural inspections, or recipients unavailable to receive deliveries.

There will be an additional fee for all incorrect addresses.

Cancellations: Flower orders cannot be cancelled once they have been processed to ship.
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