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what happened to my princess lilies

Posted by awag80 49112 (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 24, 10 at 12:24

My wife received some potted princess lilies that were very attractive. When they stopped blooming, we planted them in the ground. When they came back up, our princess lilies were yellow lilies. How did this happen?

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RE: what happened to my princess lilies

I have 4 princess liles, they are in pots now. i want to replant them in the ground in the fall. Do they need a lot of sun and how big will they get?

RE: what happened to my princess lilies

This forum is for Lilies (genus Lilium). Princess lilies are not Lilies. Please ask your questions on Perennials forum.

RE: what happened to my princess lilies

How do I place a question. I can't seem to get to the question part

RE: what happened to my princess lilies

Alstroemeria is a tender bulb/corm. I think it might have not survived the winter, awag.

Robin, in NC it will probably do fine in the ground. I don't know how tall it would be in your climate. Google it or post your question in the bulb forum. Someone might be able to assist you there.
Good luck.

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