Trumpet Lilies allow you to see both sides of the picture at the same time. Their large trumpet-shaped flowers recurve the top third of their petals, leaving the rest joined in a deep funnel shape that extends way beyond the curled-back petals. So the outside of the blooms is visible along with the often differently-coloured interior. Trumpet Lilies like the sunlight (and limelight) at every show, so pick them a sunny spot in well-drained soil. They’ll reward you by growing to 1,8 meters (6 feet) tall and producing several flower clusters on every stem that give a lovely fragrance. Plant Trumpet Lilies against a wall or fence, at the back of beds, or in large containers. They may require staking to protect them from storms.