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How can I adjust my watering for different conditions for my Wood lily?

Wood lily
Lilium philadelphicum
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The Wood lily is a hardy plant and can survive a variety of harsh conditions. If you plant outdoors, you can usually get away with letting mother nature take the reins. It doesn’t require much in the way of water maintenance and can survive long periods of drought. You should just make sure that the soil you plant it in provides adequate drainage.
When it comes to potted Wood lily, you need to be a bit more careful with your watering. Since this is a bulb plant, it is prone to bulb rot if it is overwatered. You can get away with watering your plant less inside. And, of course, make sure your pots have proper drainage holes! Use good quality, well-drained soil. Add some sand or rocks to increase drainage.
The most you’ll be watering the Wood lily is during its growing phase. You should water about one inch per week to encourage the flowers to bloom. Withhold water until the stalk appears and then begin watering as normal.
Of course, how much you water during the growing phase also depends on the overall humidity and temperature. If you live in a hot, dry climate, the water will evaporate faster so you might need to water your Wood lily more often. If you’re in a more humid climate, you can probably water your Wood lily less. Always check the soil moisture level to make sure it’s not too wet. These plants prefer well-drained, moist soil.
Wood lily (Lilium philadelphicum)
Wood lily
A species of Lilies, Also known as Prairie lily
Botanical name: Lilium philadelphicum
Genus: Lilies
Description
Wood lily (Lilium philadelphicum) is a flowering perennial species that attracts butterflies, birds and bees. Wood lily grows best in well-drained soil and cannot tolerate flooded areas. This plant species is becoming endangered due to people harvesting the flowers without allowing the bulbs to recover.
Garden Use
Wood lily can be planted under trees, in gardens, and around houses. With beautiful and fragrant flowers, they also make excellent flower arrangements.
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