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Dried-up Easter not dead! Now what??

13 years ago

I had a gorgeous "Easter" lily...and after it bloomed I sort of stuck the pot off to the side and ceased watering it :~(

Well, I just removed the soil to see what was below and it's a great-looking viable bulb under there!

What do I do now? It's running 100 degrees here pretty regularly - should I find a spot where I'd like to plant it and go ahead and do that now, or...wait...until?? I know they like shaded roots and sunny plants, etc., and that it may not bloom for a couple of years and then not at "Easter" per se, but I would like to have it survive and thrive.

What do you suggest?

Thank you,


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