Can you put a Easter lily plant in the ground, and when?

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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on May 28, 2017
    Your location was not mentioned,if the temperature is above 55 degrees you can plant it,leave all the greenery on as the bulb feed from that .

  • Chicabunny Chicabunny on May 28, 2017
    yes! And they multiply!

  • John John on May 28, 2017
    I am a smart a--, I know---but you can do anything you want---will it work is the question and that answer is yes.....if you can grow daylilies in your area....usually plant in the fall or after frost season

  • I have a section at my ex hubby's house where I plant most of the lillies that I receive. I just plant in ground and let mother nature take its course. Every spring there is a vast array of beautiful lillies. Be sure to choose a location that they will do well in. Mark the spot so someone does not unearth and toss. You do not say where you are located, but my girlfriend in NC does something similar and she always has a spectacular show. Her house is always in the local paper. So throw caution to the wind and give it a try!

  • Jeannie Herman Jeannie Herman on May 28, 2017
    I have done this, and they have come up the next year! I planted them right after Easter, after your last frost if you are in a cold climate.

  • Rob7453153 Rob7453153 on May 28, 2017
    Yes they grow taller with multiple blooms. I have been buying a couple every year after Easter when they are knocked down in price, but I have run out of room!