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Q.My Easter Lily Bulbs Just Sprouted A Stem Of 3cm, I Tought That I Would Transplant Them Because Of The Energy Taken From Baby Bulb

Gianluca Abela added on November 26, 2023 | Answered

. Will this harm the plant?

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Answered on November 27, 2023

Transplanting Easter lily bulbs after they've sprouted a 3cm stem may stress the plant, but if done carefully, they can recover. Minimize root disturbance during the process, ensuring bulbs are replanted at the same depth. Water thoroughly post-transplant and monitor for signs of stress. While there may be a temporary setback, with proper care, including adequate watering and sunlight, the lilies should adapt and continue to thrive.

Here is an article on the care of Easter Lilies:


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