Answer: Easter lilies are grown in greenhouses for seasonal plant sales and may be difficult to keep going once the blossoms are faded. Keep the soil moist but never soggy sopping wet. Place the plant in a very bright but cool location. You might try acclimating it gradually to the outdoors and plant it in the garden. Select a spot that is sunny and where the soil is well drained. Alternatively, consider it like a bouquet and discard it.
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