cruiser07October 2, 2010

i was given some bulbs my friend dug up out of her flower bed and it is october 2nd and want to know if i can till plant these bulbs. how deep do i plant them? will they come up in the spring or are they the bulbs anygood once dug up?

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Plant them now. Lilium bulbs do not want to dry out.
Plant them about 4-5 inches down if they are larger bulbs. If tiny bulbs, plant 3" deep. They require excellent drainage and will rot in a wet area.

Just to be certain of what you are planting, have a look at the link below showing a lily bulb.

Sometimes common names are misleading and people believing they have tiger lilies actually have daylilies.

Here is a link that might be useful: Lilium lancifolium bulbs

    Bookmark   October 3, 2010 at 8:34PM
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