When can I dig up Stargazers?

socksJuly 10, 2012

I put 3 stargazers in a sunny spot, they grew and bloomed, but they looked fried. It was too hot for them. When should I dig them up to move them, now after the stalks die down? Then put in a cool, dry, dark place, replant in winter or spring?

I'm in So. CA.

Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
gardengal48

If you are careful, you can dig any time after flowering - just avoid damage to either the bulbs or the root system.
Replant immediately - lily bulbs never go fully dormant and they don't store well out of the ground. The only reason I wouldn't replant immediately is if you needed to prechill lilies in your climate.

    Bookmark   July 10, 2012 at 4:26PM
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
socks

Thank you. We need to prechill tulips here, but I don't think for lilies. I'm glad I asked because I probably would have stored them.

    Bookmark   July 13, 2012 at 12:08PM
Sign Up to comment
More Discussions
Where to plant six foot lilies?
I didn't realize they would get this tall. Now, I...
sibur50
hostaholic2 z 4, MN
What flòwer is this?
I think that this flower is some kind of lily?
kgibbs25
Is this weed some sort of lily?
No idea what this is, except that it is a weed, and...
jacqueline9CA
"boarder lillies"
I am looking for some interesting perennial choices...
posierosie_zone7a__
Sponsored Products
Maxim Dover DC 21" High Bronze Outdoor Post Light
Lamps Plus
Paula Deen Home Paulas Dining Table - Linen - 996653
Hayneedle
Kable Lite Diz Pendant
Lightology
Polaris Sinks Silver Mesh Oil-rubbed Bronze Glass Vessel Sink and Faucet
Overstock.com
150 lb. Smooth Base for 11' or Larger Patio Umbrellas
$399.00 | FRONTGATE
Chock Outdoor Wall Sconce by Philips Forecast Lighting
$492.00 | Lumens
People viewed this after searching for:
© 2015 Houzz Inc. Houzz® The new way to design your home™