I would like to know the best time and how to prepare rain lilies for moving. I live a little north if Houston and want to give my daughter in Dallas some rain lilies from my garden. She will visiting on Thanksgiving so either I can dig them up this weekend if they need to dry out, or wait until they come down. I don't have a bunch of pots to put them in, so I guess just put them in plastic bags if I need to include soil. Any help?
Moving rain lilies
Rain lilies grow from bulbs, so dig up the bulbs, snip off the tops, and clean the bulbs up and you should be good to go. She can store them (dried) in a paper bag until early spring if she doesn't want to plant them now.