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Tidewater Gardening

Torch Lily orange, and yellow. The f lowers produce copious amounts of nectar while blooming, so are very attractive to bees, butterf lies, and hummingbirds. This perennial plant prefers full sun and is not too particular about the soil, as long as it is well drained. They get big, so they must be given adequate spacing to accommodate their mature size. They are available as potted transplants or tuberous roots and can also be grown from seed, and you can plant the torch lily in the fall or early spring. The plant is moderately drought resistant, but does best with regular watering. Provide a 2- to 3-inch 84

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November 2014 ttimes web magazine  

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November 2014 ttimes web magazine  

November 2014 Tidewater Times