The best way to Replant a Star Gazer Lily Outside

The best way to Replant a Star Gazer Lily Outside

Gardeners increase an hybrid, the Star-Gazer lily, because of its eye-catching magenta petals and unique fragrance. Stargazer lilies make desirable house plants, when planted outside in the backyard, however they only achieve their full potential. In the event that you pulled up your Star-Gazer lily bulbs transfer them to your garden or to provide them with winter safety, they are going to remain dormant before you re-plant them. Star Gazer lilies start to increase again, filling your lawn with perfumed elegance once planted in the outside backyard.

Select a website in the backyard for the Star Gazer lilies. These lilies appreciate full sun but will grow in part shade. They require well-drained soil to thrive, and grow in sand, loam or heavy clay. Stargazer lilies usually achieve up so that they look best behind flowers that are shorter.

Plan to plant Star Gazer lily bulbs that are dormant in fall or spring. Do so at any given moment during its growing period, in the event that you would like to transplant a Star-Gazer lily.

Amend bad-quality soil by mixing organic matter before planting, like peat moss, in the soil. Mix the organic matter to the soil in a depth of 12 to 18-inches using a hoe or tiller.

Dig one hole, for each lily, with a shovel. Make each hole 3 to 4 inches deep and about 2-3 times the width of the bulb. Space holes 8 to 12″ apart.

Lower the lilies to the holes. Cover the bulbs with soil.

Till the first 2″ of the soil sense moist water ground-level, under the the leaves.

Spread a thin layer of leaves or bark round the bottom of the lilies to help the soil retain water and stop weeds from developing.

The Star-Gazer lilies if preferred, with an all purpose fertilizer that is well-balanced.

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