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Posted by corgicorner Mass 6/7 ( on
Sat, Jul 25, 09 at 20:20

This Spring I purchased 3 Conca D'Or Lily trees. 2 of the 3 bulbs went blind(did not produce flowers). The company has offered to replace them next Spring. (The bulb that flowered is absolutly B E A U T I F U L !! I highly recommend them.)

My question: Will the blind lily bulbs correct their problem next Spring, or should I just dig them up and throw them away?

Any help will be appreciated. PLEASE put the word "GardenWebber" in the subject area to keep your e-mail to me out of my junk pile. THANK YOU!

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The lilies should bloom fine next year. Make sure you fertilize them this year and let the foliage die back to feed the bulb for next year.
They should get progressively more beautiful with year passing year, with more flowers and possible height. Then after several years they will start to decline....a sign that you need to dig up and divide them.

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