|Lilies multiply--Do you have any you would like to trade?
Late September to November is the time to thin out our Lilies.
We all have extra bulbs we no longer need. This page is designed to give our
members the opportunity to trade their extra Lily bulbs with other members who
also have bulbs to trade. We can post your lily trade bulbs HERE.
If you have bulbs you would like to trade, email: Wanda Lunn
Check this page often because we update it in the fall as new choices arrive.
|Lily Bulb Trades
|If your lilies are slanting or too
close to IT'S TIME TO DIG!
|Be sure to dig with a garden fork
about 6 " back from the stems.
|Mark your Lilies so you can find them
before the bunnies do in the spring!
|Mulch your bulbs to keep their "feet" cool & maintain moisture
in the summer and to protect them from Iowa's frigid winters!
|Fertilize your lily stands March and October with 10-10-10
granular fertilizer. Lilies like acidic soil, so add pine needles or
acid if you can-- especially to your martagon lilies!
|Royal Lace LA Lilies multiply FAST! Soon you will
have enough to share with all of your friends!
|Iowa Regional Lily Society (IRLS)
Growing Lilies in Iowa and neighboring states since 1973
|Label your bulbs so you can find
them when they are not in bloom.
|THE IRLS LILY SYMPOSIUM
Hundreds of bulbs are dug by IRLS
members from their own gardens in
late October and exchanged at the
IRLS Lily Symposium.
Bring extras you have & trade for NEW
Lily bulbs !!! FREE!!!!
|Healthy bulbs with lots of
plump roots are always
welcome to the bulb trades.