Eighteen inches to two feet.
Flowers white, June and July.
There are two varieties of Anthericum. Anthericum
liliago, and Anthericum liliastrum, called respectively
St. Bernard’s and St. Bruno’s Lily.
The latter is the taller of the two; both produce
in June or July spikes of white flowers much like
miniature Madonna or Queen Lilies.
They should be planted in October, in good light
soil, and for choice in a position which is shaded
for part of the day.
Amateurs with whom money is a secondary consideration
may secure a quicker effect by ordering tufts
or clumps of Anthericum from the nurseryman or
garden centre, instead of single plants.