From Botanus.com... Lilium tigrinum Flore Pleno is one of those types of plants that appeals not only to the connoisseur but also the novice gardener simply because it looks so, so stunning. It prefers a rather heavy soil with an ample supply of humus and good drainage. Remove faded flowers and do not cut back stems until autumn. Colonies of bulbs can be left undisturbed for years but should be lifted and separated when they become overcrowded. Makes an excellent cut flower, very fragrant and is guaranteed to make people stop in their tracks!