The Q&A Archives: Easter Lily

Question: My easter lily has about 20 new plants, how do I go about transplanting them without killing any of them. I KNOW they will rebloom.

Answer: Yes, you can harvest the bulblets by carefully pulling them away from the parent plant and potting them up on their own. Removing them will not harm your plant. Good luck with your many new easter lilies.

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