Eremurus 'White Beauty Favourite' (PBR)

1 tuber £9.99
in stock (shipped within 2-4 working days)
3 tubers £29.97 £21.49
in stock (shipped within 2-4 working days)
Quantity 1 Plus Minus
Buy Eremurus 'White Beauty Favourite' (PBR) foxtail lily bulb: Soaring flowerspike, ideal for cutting

  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: fertile, sandy, well-drained soil, including alkaline soil
  • Rate of growth: fast
  • Flowering period: June to July
  • Hardiness: fully hardy
  • Bulb size: grade I (ie. the largest)

    This Ruiter hybrid has spectacular tapering plumes, clothed with brilliant white flowers that open gradually from the bottom upwards. Enjoy them in the garden, or cut them and add to arrangements inside the house where they will often last for many weeks.

    Foxtail lilies need to be planted in fertile but well-drained soil with the crown not far below soil level. They start to grow in late winter and spring, gathering their strength before they produce their towering flower spikes in summer. Each flower spike has hundreds of flowers which open from the bottom upwards, creating a stunning effect. They thrive in the sunniest spot in the garden, especially if the base of the plant isn't shaded as this can decrease the number of flowering spikes produced.

  • Garden care: In September every three to five years carefully lift and divide congested clumps. Replant the strongest crown on a layer of sharp grit, spreading out the roots if you can, and cover them with a thin (5cm/2in) layer of soil. In frost-prone areas cover with a dry mulch of fern leaves.
    • CAUTION do not eat ornamental bulbs

    Delivery options

    • Standard
    Delivery information

    Eventual height & spread

    Eventual height and spread
    • Twitter
    • Pinterest
    • Facebook
    • Instagram
    • YouTube
    • Share by email

    Would highly recommend


    Definitely follow planting instructions and they will last and look fabulous



    Poor growth in first season


    And dead the next




    I would not buy this plant again!


    Followed the instructions and planted them outside after they had been in pots for about a month - nothing ever happened!




    I would not buy this again


    Sadly it did nothing except give a display of leaves. I shall dig it up and replant in a different position and try again for flowering next year.




    No flowers


    To give dramatic height. If it fails to flower next year, it's for the compost.






    I have waited for these to appear and finally they are coming up seem to be in good condition really pleased I have got this far only 2 out of 3 came up so now waiting for them to grow long stems and flower a while away yet but they survived the snow and cold weather, very fragile upon arrival so was super cautious that I had planted correctly






    Used them at the back of the border, a group of 3, they need support. Best when the sun goes down, they light up. We leave them outside, come back every year.




    Always good plants and shrubs


    Always well packed. Good instructions. Very reliable

    Foliage Queen




    3.4 8


    Can you help me ID a tall, single stemed, ivory flowering plant with spiky leaves? Hi, Can you help? I'm trying to identify a plant I've seen recently. It would probably be described as architectural as it's a magnificent tall plant with a single stem, that has green spiky leaves all around the base of the plant. It has a single upright stem (about 3 ft high) with a cream multi-flowered head (a bit like delphinium in proportion of the stem covered by flowers). Where the flower heads cover the main stem, the flower coverage is wider at the bottom than the top so the flowering part has a cone-shape. The long spiky green leaves are around the base of the plant only and look a bit like an exotic plant i.e. a bit like some palms and the plant seems to be evergreen. I know the plant is available in England as I saw it some months ago on the internet but omitted to jot down it's name. Any ideas?! And do you stock it if you can identify it? Kind regards. Peter

    Peter Parramore

    Hello Peter, I wonder of it is a type of Eremurus that you have seen - just click on the following link to go to a white one Failing that, perhaps you can send us a picture and we will try to put a name to it. Best regards, Helen Plant Doctor

    Crocus Helpdesk

    Simple but stylish protection

    If rabbits, deer, squirrels or cats devour or scratch up your plants these wire mesh protectors will give them time to get established. The pyramid-shaped 'Rabbit Proof Cloche' and dome-shaped 'Squirrel Proof Cloche'

    Read full article