Lilies, one of nature’s most beautiful and beloved flowers, is lovely on its own or alongside what is often called a “companion” flower. Lilies thrive in the presence of almost any flower, though annuals, perennials and shrubs have been shown to most effectively bring out the natural beauty of both plants. Read on for pairing tips and more!
- Lilies grow best in full sun, but can tolerate part shade.
- Established lilies can be drought resistant.
- Lily bulbs do not like to be crowded out, so aggressive spreaders and ground covers are generally not good companions for lilies.
“Lily bulbs do not like to be crowded out, so aggressive spreaders and ground covers are generally not good companions for lilies. Read more at Gardening Know How: Companions For Lilies In The Garden: Plants That Grow Well With Lilies http://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/bulbs/lily/companions-for-lilies.htm”