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Foxtail lily (Eremurus spp.): Once the blooms are done on the central spikes should the spikes be cut down?

What is the green ball-like growth now on the spikes?
Last Updated: Jul 22, 2015  |  6 Views
Topics: Bulbs

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Once your lilies have bloomed, the flower stalk should be removed. The green ball-like growth at the end of the stalk is a seed pod. If left to grow, it will reduce the vigor of the plant and result in poor growth in the future.

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