Asiatic Lilies-How to plant so their height does not look freaky
I love the flowers, but at our old house, I planted them together in a large flat bed in the front of the house. Lilies were beautiful, but I was surprised that they grew so tall and had so little foliage. Looked almost freakish. I ended up planting daylilies around them to try to hide the long stems, but not sure if that was a good idea for the health of either bulb.
Anyway, we have have moved. I have a very long and steep bank in our new backyard that is basically a blank canvas. Bank is approximately 20 feet wide and 70 feet wide. Fence at the top of the hill, and a few groups of daylilies planted near the bottom right edge. I'd like to intergrate the asiatic/oriental lilies into the hill, but quite frankly I'm scared that they will look out of place again. Any ideas of how and what to plant in this area with the lilies. (Or pictures)?