How to Transplant Tiger Lilies


Can you leave perennial flowers grow forever without every doing anything with them? No. Do they become root-bound and need transplanting? Yes.

Things You'll Need

  • Shovel
  • Tiger Lilies
  • Dig up existing plants.

  • Break the roots apart.

  • Look for a bulb on the root.

  • Plant the root with a bulb (roots facing down) in a desired location.

Tips & Warnings

  • Tiger lilies should be transplanted in the spring.
  • Tiger lilies are very hardy and grow almost any place.
  • Do not plant the root to deep.

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