It makes scents (pardon the pun). Spray the plants to mask the smell!
Otherwise, be prepared to share your love of the lily with lily beetles. When it comes to Lilies they’re all over them. They’re attracted by smell – as are we! Just we don’t munch on the leaves and make a mess doing so.
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Plant basal-rooting lilies (or those whose habit is unknown) at a depth equal to the height of the bulb. Plant stem-rooting lilies at a depth roughly two-and-a-half times the height of the bulb.
The Wrigglers #gardening #cartoon looks at getting your lilies in the ground in preparation for next year’s burst of colour and flowers.
Lilies: growing in containers
Lilies grow well in containers, where they can be positioned for maximum effect in the garden. It’s a great way to grow these stunning plants, especially if you can’t grow them in your garden.
How to Grow lilies with Gardener’s World
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