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Rain lilies: removing dieback

Posted by valljohns TX (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 10, 09 at 10:10

I'm in Dallas, and my rain lilies are so happy that they don't completely die back in the winter. I'm left with many still-green (but slightly droopy) leaves and much dieback at the beginning of spring. I think it will take hours to carefully pull the dieback out. May I just cut it all back? Green and brown together at once?

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RE: Rain lilies: removing dieback

That's typically what I do.

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