Asiatic lilies

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Posted by Roxanne on July 17, 2003 at 13:46:06:

I have four types of asiatic lilies in my garden - they are absolutely beautiful! I have a question though - when the blooms die, something that looks like a seed pod (similar to iris) is left at the end of the stalks. Can I clip that off when I'm dead-heading or will it ruin the plants. I haven't done any dead-heading of these lilies and they have multiplied (blooms) every year I've had them. Also, the first one I planted has two small lily stalks coming up next to it. Neither one produced any blooms but will they and should I leave those in the ground? Do the stalks multiply as well as the number of blooms per stalk? Thanks .........

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