Height: 45-60cm (1.5-2ft)
Planting: distance: 30cm (1ft)
Features:spring to summer
Soil: humus-rich: moist, well-drained
Site: sun or partial shade
The starry, whiteof Anthericum liliago, one of two hardy species in this family, appear during late spring and early summer. With its grass-like and delicate flowers, A. liliago is best grown in of five or more plants.
Choose a sunny or lightly shaded spot with humus-rich soil that is well drained but un-likely to dry out in summer.
Plant the fleshy10cm (4in) deep in autumn. In early spring, mulch with garden or well-rotted manure. Cut the back to ground level after flowering.
Propagation: Divide overcrowded plants between mid autumn and early spring.
Pests and diseases: Mostly trouble free.