Answer: Tiger lilies (lilium lancifolium) produce bulbils at the leaf axis (along the leaves of the stem), but do not produce seeds the way that Oriental lilies do. The bulbils are clones (100% identical to the mother plant) and can be planted shallowly in loose soil (mix compost or potting soil into the top 3" of soil and plant covered with 1/2" of amended soil. Then cover with 2" layer of shredded leaves in early winter, and remove this layer in early spring. The bulbils will create flowering lilies in 2-3 years.
The best times to move your butterfly bushes are late fall or early spring. Mid-summer transplanting will really stress them out.
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