color change

janesdJuly 10, 2006

My lovely vibrant pink asiatics have mulitplied and bloomed beautifully but just this year have become a dull mauvy pink. I fertilize with bone meal and composted chicken manure. Is there any fertilizer that can restore the original color. The bulbs are about 6 years old.

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I cant answer your question, as to aiding in color? I did have an orange Oklahoma City which sent out its 1st bloom as a white/cream flower? The rest were orange?

    Bookmark   July 10, 2006 at 1:56PM
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kkaren_marie(SW coastal Cana)

please check my posting a short while back about lilies having too many petals. I also have this funny colour change and can't figure it out.Hopefully someone out there can help both of us.

    Bookmark   July 12, 2006 at 4:26PM
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