- Random mix of orange, yellow, pink and white
- Attracts butterflies and pollinators
- Blooms late spring to early summer
- Grow 4-6 ft. tall
- Drought tolerant, once established
Spectacular display of pastel-toned and orange flower spikes add plenty of wow and vertical interest to the garden. They lure butterflies and pollinators, too. In late spring to early summer, small, bell-shped flowers open on large, 12-18" racemes. Growing 4-6 ft. tall, Foxtail Lily Mix is a random mix of orange, yellow, pink and white flowers. Ideal for naturalistic settings, cottage gardens and perennial borders, foxtail lilies, also called eremurus, grow best in full sun and warm temperatures. They're drought tolerant perennials, once established. Mulch well in northern areas. Zones 4-9.