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Watering Plants That Have Been Wintered Indoors?

I have some potted Asiatic Lilies that have been sitting in my basement all winter. I sat the pots out today (3/17/10) because it's about 65 degrees. The soil looks dry, when should I start watering them?

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Hardiness Zone: 7a

By Vixx from Alexandria, VA

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March 17, 20100 found this helpful

Now is a good time, good luck.

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Yes, just don't move them outside until you're sure the danger of frost has gone.

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Be very careful starting too much water too early plants will become leggy. If the soil is dry about 2 inches down in the pot apply just a little water no food and wait till just before frost is gone.

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you can call your agriculture agent in nearest larger town and he will tell you exactly. I live in zone 8 and I just started mine.

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