Ten feet tall Easter Lilies
Last winter, I transplanted the bulbs of two standard size Easter lilies, which were growing in a small meadow in the back of my property. They are now in a raised bed that I built for strawberries. As you can see, one plant is now 10 feet tall, while the other 6.5 feet tall. The flowers are about 5 inches in diameter. Amazing!
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