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Silver Spring, MD
(Zone 6b)

August 10, 2012
9:37 PM

Post #9237371

A friend gave me a Blackberry lily plant last Fall and it bloomed this spring..The seed pods are green and on there and I know the seeds are in those green pods..What do I do with the green stem/stalk after it is finished blooming? I thought I'd go to Michael's crafts today and look in the weddding section and see if I can buy some organdy favor bags to catch the blackberry lily seeds so they don't self sow where it is planted now because I plan to move it elsewhere in the Fall. Is there any thing I should know before I dig it up and transplant it? We had a storm last night that produced almost 3 in. of much needed rainfall but high winds, hail, thunder and lightning. Should I stake up the BL stem/stalks with plant support rings? What plants go well with Blackberry lily?

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