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As a general rule, lily bulbs may be planted in the fall or early spring. However, if you consider that Asiatic lilies will tend to flower in early summer, you may miss your window for achieving blooms the first season if you wait to plant until early spring.How long does it take for a lily bulb to grow once planted?
Each class of lily blooms during a specific range of time. Most Asiatic lilies bloom from 30 to 45 days after growth begins. Orientals take from 40 to 90 days.When to plant lily bulbs?
Fall may be a better time for you to plant lily bulbs based on your availability and schedule. Take your air temperature and the soil temperature into consideration when deciding what season to plant lily bulbs. The ideal time to plant is when the soil is cool but before it freezes.