Growing Conditions: We haven’t heard of ‘Lolita’ being grown north of Zone 7. Its parents suggest it may be cold tender.
Flowers: ‘Lolita’ stands up tall and strong, reaching a height of five feet. Flowers are a solid, rich pink with thickish petals.
Flowering Season: It flowers heavily around the end of May (Zone 8) and continues into July.
Leaves: The foliage is glossy and neat. They’re big but not bossy or overbearing, and they make a mound that is less than three inches.
How To Plant: It needs full sun and normal garden soil with some drainage.
Where To Plant: ‘Lolita’ likes full sun to light shade. This is a statement plant; a single clump in front of a dark hedge becomes a sculpture.
Our Bulbs: This is a special and rare bulb.