[nafex] lilies of the valley

Ginda Fisher list at ginda.us
Tue Jan 24 20:21:22 EST 2012


Could it be a pH thing? Around here they are invasive, and easy to transplant.

I'm in eastern MA, with generally acidic soil.
-- 
Ginda

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Jerry & Dana Frederick <jerrydana5 at aol.com> wrote:

>I have tried to grow lillies of the valley several times and they never
>took off.  They are in light shade and the soil has been fertilized
>with horse manure but it started out as forrest soil under trees.  Any
>suggestions as to how to get them to grow?  jerry in southern indiana
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