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my parents didnt want them so i dug the last remaining one up… its beautiful but i’m not quite sure of a great spot for it at our new home
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posted 05-17-2013 03:11 AM
oh it is lovely …. i would be putting it somewhere where i could see it from kitchen window
-- - Debbie, SW Ontario Canada (USDA Hardiness Zone: 5a)
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posted 05-19-2013 07:27 AM
I agree, I think the turk’s cap lilies are so pretty and an interesting shape as well.
It will require a certain amount of sun and bc it will grow fairly tall…12-18”, don’t plant it in the very front of your garden. If I were you, I’d put a small stick wherever you plant it to remind yourself the first couple years where you put it. It’s easy in the spring, bf it starts to grow to accidently dig it up and damage the bulb.
-- 'To plant a Garden is to believe in Tomorrow'
posted 05-23-2013 08:09 AM
i have so many potted plants that i moved from my old house but there r 2 dilemmas.. 1. the soil around my house is clay and there arent flower beds in proper ares and 2. there r trees i consider weeds blocking the sun from some of the areas i want to put flower beds. So is a work in progress. i need to take some b4 and after photos n this site so u guys will know what i’m talking about.
posted 05-23-2013 09:11 AM
it’s all an adventure, isn’t it? trial and error, applying lessons learned …
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