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Planting in the Fall Brings Healthier, Better-Developed Roots that Deliver Explosive Growth for Your Landscape Next Spring!
This plant is perfect for your area!
Living up to its name as a traditional harbinger of hope, peace, and purity during the Easter season, the Easter Lily Plant is a symbol of beauty and elegance. White trumpet-shaped blossoms burst forth with a sweet aroma, welcoming passers-by in graceful fashion.
Gift them to friends and family this Easter, or use yours as a lovely living centerpiece. No matter where they grow, Easter Lilies delight with natural blooms and snow-white hues. Also known as the Trumpet Lily for its full flowers, this plant's pure color and contrasting dark-green foliage dress up any area with ease.
And when you order your Easter Lily from Brighter Blooms, you get the best of both worlds: the vibrant, iconic good looks of the Easter Lily and healthy, effortless growth. Especially since we ship your Easter Lily with tight buds and no open flowers...meaning you won't miss out on any blooms!
Even better is the fact that your Easter Lily is grown and nurtured to bloom naturally in a home setting. So, there's no guesswork in growing. The only work for you is finding the perfect spot for your Easter Lily and enjoying the show.
But don't wait...these gorgeous gift flowers tend to go quickly. Order your Easter Lily Plant today!
1. Planting: Choose an area with full to partial sun for your Easter Lily (anywhere that receives 4 to 8 hours of sunlight per day). A sunny window in your house is ideal.
Keep your Easter Lily in its container until it's ready to be repotted. When it outgrows its container, select a pot that's about twice the size of your plant's shipped container, use organic soil, and place your plant with the soil in its new pot. Also, ensure your new pot has drainage holes.
2. Watering: Typically, you'll want to water your plant about once a week. If you're not sure when to water your plant, simply check the surrounding soil for dryness. If the soil is dry about 2 inches down, place a couple of ice cubes at the top of the soil.