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Q.Do These Lilies (SKU 54682) Need Be Dug Up In The Fall? I Live In North Vancouver.

Zone North Vancouver, BC | Anonymous added on January 27, 2022 | Answered

The other lily mix “All Summer Long” (vs. “All Summer”) are fall planting bulbs, but I’m not sure if the “All Summer” Lilies can be left in the ground year-round in North Vancouver?

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Answered on January 28, 2022

We don't sell any products so you didn't buy those bulbs from us. I'm not sure which lilies you have but I looked up those mix names and if the All Summer Long mix contains species, Oriental, Tiger and Asiatic lilies they should survive just fine in the ground over winter. The All Summer mixes I saw online were the same types of lilies.

The summer blooming lilies that are not hardy are rhizomatous perennials like canna lily and calla lilies. They only survive where winters are warm. Elsewhere, they need to be dug and stored in the fall.

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