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Re: Transplanting Lilies

I should think it will, Kitty, since you didn't hit the bulb.  Might
not bloom or it even might throw up new growth later in the season
after it's thought about it for a while...or it might just sit there
until next year, but it should live.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Kitty Morrissy <kmrsy@earthlink.net>
> Marge,
> I did just that this spring, trying to dig out a columbine that was
near a
> favored tetraploid that wasn't up above ground yet.  Sliced off the
> inches of growth above the bulb, but never touched the bulb itself.
> it come back next year?
> Kitty

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