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In my garden I have planted lilies.They have been in the same spot for about 2 years. I realize this year they are in need of more sunlight than they have gotten in the past Is it possible to move them now or should I wait until fall? They haven't bloomed but they do have buds.

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Hello,do not move the lillies directly under the sunlight,you can only put them in a place where they will get a little light reflector,but if you notice they are not blooming as supposed,you can put them for a while but not too long.
you can aswell visit the site below for a more comprehensive instruction on how to manage the lillies,

www.gardenguides.com/79227-maintain-peace-lilies.html

wish you good luck,

take care.

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