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by frustratedattimes on August 15, 2004 06:24 AM
My wife had an Easter lilly(Key word is had)in a pot. Well I put it on the back patio, and promptly killed it. [lala] Today, I went to dump out the potting soil in the pot, and there is like 10 bulbs in the soil. [dunno]

So are these viable bulbs???????? If so, what do I do now???? [nutz] [thinker]

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by alankhart on August 15, 2004 10:09 PM
You can plant the bulbs outside and have easter lilies in your garden next year (depending on the size and age of the bulbs they may not bloom the first year), or you can store them in a cool place and pot them again next year. I usually just plant mine in the garden.

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by frustratedattimes on August 15, 2004 10:35 PM
Thanks Alan,
Since I killed the one in the pot, the least I can do is plant these so my wife will have them for next year. I believe I will plant them in my garden, for next year.

[muggs]

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by Bill on August 16, 2004 12:47 AM

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