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15 Giant Tree Lillies £9.99, free P&P Ideal world

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5y, 7m agoFound 5 years, 7 months ago
By far the cheapest I've been able to find these at!

A lily breeding breakthrough – sought after by florists for their spectacular blooms, you can now enjoy the incredible spectacle and scent of these magnificent plants in your very own garden! Each stem is incredibly strong and lasts several weeks, producing 6 or more enormous dinner plate sized blooms that can measure almost 1ft across!

Incredibly easy to grow, these simply stunning lilies look great planted up in a large pot or border. They are hardier than many other lily varieties and will grow in a sunny or partially shaded location. These prolific growers have a wonderful tree like stature and can eventually reach heights of up to 6ft or more! They are incredibly healthy and disease resistant and will flower each summer for years to come, getting bigger and stronger and producing more and more giant, sweet scented blooms! Plant any time between now and April.

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* 5 x White Primrose Flush Lily Bulbs
* 5 x Flaming Sunset Lily Bulbs
* 5 x Hot Pink Bulbs


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#1
Don't forget to go through Quidco/Top Cash Back for 4% back.
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Image added 8)
1 Like #3
Shown alongside VERY little girl.:)


http://www.idealworld.tv/common/images/product//187177/standard/187177_STANDARD__DET_20110420_2.jpg

Good News!!

Here is a damn good reason to buy these.

IF YOU SUFFER FROM NEIGHBORING CATS IN YOUR GARDEN - THEN GET LOADSOF THESE.

Read On

The RSPCA have recently reported that all parts of lilies can be fatal to cats, including the flower, leaves and pollen. For more information visit Rspca.org


Edited By: rizla01 on Apr 25, 2011 19:39
#4
rizla01
Shown alongside VERY little girl.:)


http://www.idealworld.tv/common/images/product//187177/standard/187177_STANDARD__DET_20110420_2.jpg


I'm hoping for that sort of height in the first year, then they'll get "up to 2.1m" more gradually.
#5
Thanks for the pic theyre lovely but sadly cant buy them because I have a cat as do my neighbours.
Not sure which way to vote as I don't know what these usually sell for. As its for 15 voted hot
#6
just ordered, Thx
1 Like #7
Paying for plants just feels wrong just now after all the freebies this weekend X)
Heat.
#8
hooray henry
Paying for plants just feels wrong just now after all the freebies this weekend X)
Heat.


lmao! true, but these are a bit special, had my eye on them on the T&M site for a while. Not to mention that they'll come up year after year, so in a few years time I'll just sit with my feet up, enjoying beautiful flowers, and sweet scents on the evening airX)
#9
The RSPCA have recently reported that all parts of lilies can be fatal to cats, including the flower, leaves and pollen. For more information visit Rspca.org


I've had lilies in the garden for years and enither of our cats has ever eaten them. Nor do they eat my day-lilies, the neighbour's laburnum or the dumb cane we used to have in the living room. All of which are toxic to cats. link

They love carnations though!

Edited By: inicholson on Apr 25, 2011 20:34
#10
death to all cats X)
#11
Planted my 3 from T&M a few months ago - plant them rather deep and they just broke the soil this week. time will tell how they get on but if i like them this season i'll drop a few more in next year.
#12
Good price for tree lillies. Especially with free p&p. Ordered :)
#13
I have ordered as the price is OK for lillies, but the only tree lillies I already have are identical in size to normal ones (at 3 years old) - don't expect huge plants - unless I'm just unlucky.
#14
i gotta stop coming on this site.... i spend when i dont need to...but a deal is a deal and i dont want to miss out!!! ;)
#15
inicholson
The RSPCA have recently reported that all parts of lilies can be fatal to cats, including the flower, leaves and pollen. For more information visit Rspca.org

I've had lilies in the garden for years and enither of our cats has ever eaten them. Nor do they eat my day-lilies, the neighbour's laburnum or the dumb cane we used to have in the living room. All of which are toxic to cats. link

They love carnations though!
#16
Cats don't have to eat the lilies to be poisoned by them! The powder on the stamens is lethal and if cats brush past or it 'sprinkles' on them and they then groom themselves then it's renal failure and probable death unless they are hospitalised immediately. Even then there are no guarantees.

Beautiful flowers but as I have cats I don't have lilies. Voted hot though as a good price :-)
#17
Thank you very much! I have just ordered with TCB. Well done! I have been looking out for this and yet they were so expensive.

HEAT!!
#18
I've got a cat and tiger lilly's in the garden plus pond lilly's - she's been with us for years. Is she immune or have i just been plain lucky? These look stunning & i'd love to buy too but after the comments above & on various other websites, may steer clear of this. Don't want my cat getting renal probs! Great deal for those cat haters & non-cat owners. Shame we cat owners are losing out on such a great deal :(
#19
I have lillies in the house often, have frequently found pollen stains on cat which disappear (presumably by him licking) - there have been warnings not to throw sticks for dogs in the past as one got a stick stuck in its throat before ( a couple of incidents in 473 billion stick throws across the world is obviously high risk) - lets keep the risk in perspective PLEASE.
Donnajj73
Cats don't have to eat the lilies to be poisoned by them! The powder on the stamens is lethal and if cats brush past or it 'sprinkles' on them and they then groom themselves then it's renal failure and probable death unless they are hospitalised immediately. Even then there are no guarantees.

Beautiful flowers but as I have cats I don't have lilies. Voted hot though as a good price :-)
#20
Vet friend says about as poisonous to cats as chocolate/raisins to dogs (most dog owners don't ban chocolate or grapes/raisins in the house/garden) - if you are very worried then pick off the stamens. Lillies are not high on the list of cats favourite foods.
#21
The risk is totally yours if that is how you feel. However, I'm speaking from experience having lost a cat this way by him grooming and poisoning himself having been in contact with a neighbours lilies. It broke my heart and once you've watched a healthly 2 year old cat spend 4 days on a drip at the vet to then be told that there is nothing they can do perhaps your perspective would change too.

Oh and no need to shout ....... THANK YOU!

blackrat62
I have lillies in the house often, have frequently found pollen stains on cat which disappear (presumably by him licking) - there have been warnings not to throw sticks for dogs in the past as one got a stick stuck in its throat before ( a couple of incidents in 473 billion stick throws across the world is obviously high risk) - lets keep the risk in perspective PLEASE.
Donnajj73
Cats don't have to eat the lilies to be poisoned by them! The powder on the stamens is lethal and if cats brush past or it 'sprinkles' on them and they then groom themselves then it's renal failure and probable death unless they are hospitalised immediately. Even then there are no guarantees.

Beautiful flowers but as I have cats I don't have lilies. Voted hot though as a good price :-)
#22
Donnajj73
The risk is totally yours if that is how you feel. However, I'm speaking from experience having lost a cat this way by him grooming and poisoning himself having been in contact with a neighbours lilies. It broke my heart and once you've watched a healthly 2 year old cat spend 4 days on a drip at the vet to then be told that there is nothing they can do perhaps your perspective would change too.

Oh and no need to shout ....... THANK YOU!

blackrat62
I have lillies in the house often, have frequently found pollen stains on cat which disappear (presumably by him licking) - there have been warnings not to throw sticks for dogs in the past as one got a stick stuck in its throat before ( a couple of incidents in 473 billion stick throws across the world is obviously high risk) - lets keep the risk in perspective PLEASE.
Donnajj73
Cats don't have to eat the lilies to be poisoned by them! The powder on the stamens is lethal and if cats brush past or it 'sprinkles' on them and they then groom themselves then it's renal failure and probable death unless they are hospitalised immediately. Even then there are no guarantees.

Beautiful flowers but as I have cats I don't have lilies. Voted hot though as a good price :-)


That must've been heart breaking for you:(

I don't have a cat and have rarely seen cats in my garden, so not worried, but if I did, it would certainly make me think.
#23
My dog eats chocolate and he's as fat as a fool!

Good deal, will purchase some and hopefully take down some cats.:3
#24
Thanks. My garden needs a bit of colour.
#25
Hot. Cashback too
#26
And what a proud and responsible man you must be if you allow your dog to eat chocolate. You have just totally summed up the mentality of some people in one stupid sentence. Not only are you proud that your dog eats chocolate you are proud that it has made him fat. Ridilculous!

scareyman
My dog eats chocolate and he's as fat as a fool!

Good deal, will purchase some and hopefully take down some cats.:3
#27
tammo
i gotta stop coming on this site.... i spend when i dont need to...but a deal is a deal and i dont want to miss out!!! ;)

LOL, my feelings exactly.
#28
I'd love these but probably moving house soon so no point really :(
#29
Free Cookbook Too.

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Bit basic but hey, what the hell.:)
1 Like #30
jamdorj
i gotta stop coming on this site.... i spend when i dont need to...but a deal is a deal and i dont want to miss out!!! ;)

Yep me too, then end up giving the bargains away when i come to my senses. (well SOME of 'em)

The rest form the clutter that I am supposed to be reducing. :)

Edited By: rizla01 on Apr 25, 2011 23:16
#31
ordered , thanks they look great
#32
Can these be planted in very big pots?
1 Like #33
scareyman
My dog eats chocolate and he's as fat as me!


corrected for you :)
1 Like #34
jasonh1339
Can these be planted in very big pots?

yes
#35
coming up sub-total £29.97??
help want to order them?
banned#36
Buying these just to pee of the neighbours and theyre horrid cats...... (and they look pretty, thanks)
1 Like #37
sickly sweet
I'd love these but probably moving house soon so no point really :(


Why not just get them and keep them in pots? Then you have a transportable garden, ready for the move :)



Btw, for all the people worried about their cats....why not just cut off the stamens when the flowers open? I know they don't look quite as pretty if you do this, but it is easily done and would make them safe ;)


Edited By: MAIA on Apr 26, 2011 12:55: info not relevant :)
#38
leopardprintquee
coming up sub-total £29.97??
help want to order them?

click through the link and make sure only one in your basket? (just checked and the link is definitely still working for me)

Edited By: zannaz82 on Apr 26, 2011 12:48
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guv
I'm of a very fragile disposition. I'm severly tempted to buy some of these on account of the fact they will deter cats from crapping in my garden by virtue of death. I am however bemused by this picture from the site and worried what the neighbours might think if they see this and is required. Should I be concerned?


http://www.idealworld.tv/common/images/product//185996/detail/185996_DETAIL__DET_20110405_3.jpg

flowers need love too you know (_;)
#40
Just ordered, thanks

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