When can I transplant stargazer lilies?

Answer Stargazer lilies should be planted in the spring and divided, or transplanted, in the fall. To transplant them, use a garden fork to gently ease a clump of lilies out of the ground. Separate the sm... Read More »

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About Stargazer Lilies?

Lilies have been a favorite flower since ancient times. The stargazer lily hybrid was developed in 1978 and is now a regular choice in bouquets and arrangements. White stargazers can symbolize puri... Read More »

How to Grow Stargazer Lilies?

Lilies can be a great addition to any floral garden, as they are easy to plant and care for. While some varieties of lily are more fragrant than others, the stargazer lily is possibly the most arom... Read More »

Are stargazer lilies poisonous?

Stargazer lilies (Lilium orientalis) are not poisonous to people, but are toxic if cats ingest them. They can induce vomiting, lethargy and even death. The flowers are nontoxic to many other animal... Read More »

When is the season for stargazer lilies?

The stargazer lily is a variety of Oriental lily that will yield approximately six to nine blossoms over two weeks during the summer, according to the Iowa State University Extension Office.Referen... Read More »