When Lady Magnon recently needed to send flowers, rather than buy a cheap bunch at the nearest petrol station, she bought a variety of cut flowers, plus a couple of potted plants to cut and add, in order to create her own unique 'bouquet'.
This above is all that's left over. Not only are they stunningly beautiful, but they also have a very pronounced perfume. They are currently living in the Kitchen, which now smells like a florist's boudoir.
I like all Lilies, but this one is superb. I've noticed that at the base of the cut stems, there is already some small growth appearing. If anyone has any advice about how we could keep them to flower again next year, I'd be most grateful.
Could they be planted out even?