Tiger lily bulbils

Jane McGary janemcgary@earthlink.net
Sun, 16 Sep 2012 14:08:11 PDT
Well, "toss them anywhere" might work, if the squirrels didn't eat 
the tiger lily bulbils before they got into the ground. If Randall 
wants more plants, it would be well to plant them about 2 inches (5 
cm) deep. I took some from my one mature plant this summer and 
planted them in a large pot to get another year's growth on them, and 
will then plant them out. Lilium lancifolium is such a common garden 
plant that some people won't grow it, but in a large garden it can be 
useful. It flowers later than some other lilies and, as Rimmer 
suggested, it will grow in almost any conditions.

Jane McGary
Portland Oregon

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