What to do with pixie lillies after they have bloomed?
You can cut off dead flowers but leave as much stem as possible since these feed the bulbs for next year. Keep reasonably watered and that is all there is to it.
When can I move my lilies to a different location?
Technically, you can transplant at any time during the warm months (spring through fall), but when temps are very high, the water stress on the plant greatly increases the chances that the plant will die. If you transplant during high heat, provide lots of water for at least a week or two after transplanting. Providing temporary shade for the plant is helpful as well.
I have a couple of Asian lilies that voles did not destroy and I want to dig them up and replant them in another location. They are finished blooming and I cut the seeded tops off.
Early fall or summer is the best time to move them. You want cool, wetter weather and these seasons provide that.
I planted hydrangeas and another type of bush in pots on my deck. I want to know if I should bring the pots into either the insulated garage or walk-out basement for the winter. I also planted dwarf lilies in pots and want to know what I should do with them for the winter. I have a new home without landscaping, so I don't want to plant my bushes/flowers yet. I don't know where they will be placed in the yard, so I want to keep them healthy until they are ready to be placed. I'm a first time gardener and love playing with plants!
Yes, that should be fine. As long as the container plants are sheltered from the cold, they should overwinter in either place. While the lily plants will not require any care, as watering could rot the bulbs, the hydrangea may need to be watered once a month to keep it from drying out completely.
What environment do white lilies grow in?
White lilies prefer at least six hours of full sun and well-draining soil. They should be planted in the early spring, after the last frost of the season.
I have had for the last two years bugs climbing onto my lilies and eating them. I have no idea what kind of bugs they are, but they are reddish. They cover the stems and the blooms and kill. I've tried different organic sprays but I can't seem to kill them and they come back every year now. Any suggestions?
It's difficult to pinpoint the exact pest; however, treating the plant with neem oil is usually effective on many types of pests. Here is more information: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/plant-problems/pests/pesticides/neem-oil-uses.htm
I need to know the name of a planted flower. The name of it is White Spirit but the plant name wasn't on there and I don't know how to take care of it.
The only thing that comes to mind may be some type of lily variety. Could you provide a description of the plant or send us a picture? This would help us to better identify it for you.