A Guide to Easter Lily Care: Growing the Perfect Flower
If you’re looking for a stunning flower to brighten up your home around the holidays, then look no further than the Easter lily. These gorgeous flowers are popular in the springtime and have become synonymous with Easter celebrations.
But just how long does it take to grow an Easter lily? Well, it all depends on various factors such as temperature, soil quality, and moisture levels.
Planting Your Easter Lily
To start growing your own beautiful blooms, you’ll need to plant your bulbs in autumn or early winter. Make sure they’re planted at least six inches deep into rich, well-drained soil that has been fertilized beforehand.
Once planted correctly, keep them indoors until springtime before moving them outside for some fresh air and sunlight.
When it comes to watering your lilies, make sure you don’t overdo it! They thrive best when their soil is moist but not soaked through. Aim for once or twice a week depending on how dry/humid of an environment you’re living in.
And don’t forget about humidity! Lilies love moisture in the air too so consider placing a tray of water nearby or keeping them near other plants that emit humidity (like ferns).
Temperature can play a large part in determining how fast your lilies will bloom. Ideally, they like temperatures between 60-68F during the day and slightly cooler at night (around 50-55F).
However if temperatures get too hot (above 75F) or too cold (below freezing), this can slow down growth significantly – so keep those weather forecasts handy!
Growing an Easter lily requires patience but with proper care and attention throughout its life cycle, you’ll be rewarded with a beautiful and vibrant flower that will bring joy to your home. Remember to keep an eye on temperature, moisture levels & sunlight. Happy gardening!