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The Easter Lily – what to do when the flowers are gone?

Horticulture Hints

April 22, 2014
Yvonne McCormick - ISU Extension Horticulturist (yvonne@iastate.edu) , The Daily Freeman Journal

Receiving a potted Easter Lily is a holiday tradition for many families, and judging by the numbers sold in retail stores and greenhouses a great many homes have an Easter Lily this year. For many, the beautiful trumpet-like white flowers and heavenly scent symbolize purity, virtue, innocence, hope and life - the spiritual essence of Easter and the arrival of spring.

 
 

 

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