Lily Plants

I Have Star Gazer Lilies, Live in Texas

Anonymous added on April 30, 2017 | Answered

I planted my lilies in a pot last year, they basically died and dries out from the heat,So I managed to keep the bulbs or the roots, they were a dark pinkish color, so now I managed to replant all of the bulbs they have grown nicely but the stem of the plant is brown like a tree would be and I don't see any bulbs help please?

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Answered on May 1, 2017

Keeping the bulbs and pots in a cool place after planting can help them develop good strong roots.
When they just began to grow and the shoots emerge you can move to a sunny location.
Watering is important, basically when the soil appears dry, water the pots. On warm and windy days this may need to be daily.
Generous size pots can help keep the bulbs from drying out in warm weather. You can plant several bulbs together in a big pot for a nice impact.
Make sure you use a good quality planting medium and the container has a good drainage hole.

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