Do lilies get stronger year after year if left in, ie, planted permanently?
My Stargazer lilies flowered jolly well last year in a pot. I kept them in the same pot over winter rather throwing them away and buying a new lot. This spring they came back up again and are now about to flower for a second season, and they are looking plenty robust, girthful stemmed, tall, etc. Last year's flowering was excellent, but I am wondering whether I can expect an even better performance of blooms from them this year than last? If so, would this be the better way to grow lilies? Does anyone have any experience re this? I'd be ever so grateful to know. Best wishes to all.
- 2 Jun, 2009