This Asian lily is more robust than Lilium lankongense producing 6-8 lovely white pagoda flowers with maroon spots on 1 metre tall stems. It loves to run about in soft leafy soil appearing 30cm from where you had planted it. The ideal position is amongst small shrubs or other plants where it can be left undisturbed and allowed to run about. It quickly produces many flowering stems. Plant 10cm deep in well dug soil. It doesn't appear above ground until late May, flowering in July.