I was given Asian Lilly bulbs for Easter and put them in a pot with the condensed dirt (looked like a hockey puck) that came with them. They are now really tall and have flower buds on them and almost ready to bloom. My questions are: how long do they bloom, do I have to leave them in the pot, can I plant them outside and when (while blooming or when the flower dies like tulips). Thanks, Connie
Enjoy them in the pot while the flower (a week or two) and the cut off the spent flowers but leave all the leaves. Plant the bulb with the leaves in a sunny spot outside adding a little bone meal to the planting hole. It will return next year and each year you get more stems with more flowers to enjoy.