The Q&A Archives: Orange wild tiger lilies

Question: We have tall green leaves come up each year but never any stems or flowers for orange wild tiger lilies that were transplanted. They are underneath a tree. What can we do to get flowers?

Answer: Lack of adequate sunshine is the most common reason for failure to bloom. You mentioned they are planted under a tree so I take that to mean less than 8 hours of direct sunshine. If so, try to find a better spot - one in full sunshine - and your Tiger Lilies will reward you with lots of flowers. Enjoy!

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