Orange wild tiger lilies - Knowledgebase Question

Delran, Ne
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Question by fenwick6213
July 2, 2009
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 from NGA
July 2, 2009
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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