Triplet Lilies, or Triteleia, are named for the fact that most of their flowers come in sets of three. Some Triteleia are also called “Pretty Face”, which is just as relevant given the appearance of the many delicate and very pretty small blooms which form part of the 15cm (6in) umbel cluster at the top of 50cm (20cm) stems. Triteleia's stems emerge out of short grass-like foliage, giving the impression that the flowers are floating in thin air. The fragrant flowers will last for up to three weeks. Blooming time for most Triteleia is midsummer onwards into autumn. Find a location in full or half sun, prepare the soil with organic matter and have some suitable mulch available – Tritelia deserves it.