|Not sure if my question went through the first time. I have several asiatic lilies planted between my rose bushes. While watering everything recently two of the lilies fell over and pulled up out of the ground. What can I do with them now and when can I thin them out and transplant to other areas?
|Answer from NGA
July 1, 2010
|I'd transplant them now that they are out of the ground. You may want to place a stake next to each one and tie them upright so they don't topple over again. Good luck with your lilies!
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