The Q&A Archives: Stargazer lillies

Question: When can I transplant stargazer lillies? The flowers have passed and I would like to move them to another location for next year. Also, when is it time to cut back the stalk after the flowers?

Answer: Now is a good time to replant your stargazer lilies. Dig and separate each bulb, then replant and cut the flowering stem down but leave the foliage alone. They should settle into their new homes and bloom for you next year.

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