yes. Jackson & Perkins did because Lowes has pots of white, pink, red and
orange forced lilies in pots that I'm about to buy for .75 each (three bulbs
in each pot)because all I need to do is add some bulb food into the hole
when I plug these sprouted bulbs into the ground and next year they'll
return and bloom at normal time. I'd say put them in the fridge for a week
(no ripening fruit in with them) and then pot them up, put them in a warm
place and stand back. (((hug))))
Caryn, it can be done, but it is not quite as simple as forcing spring
flowering bulbs, as lilies don't require a winter dormancy or chilling
period anyway. Here is a link thay may help - good luck! I always wanted to
have fresh Casa Blanca blossoms for the holidays, but they are ridiculously
expensive.....maybe I should give this a try........
pam - gardengal
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