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Original Post by jorgy

Tree Lilies

<p>I have started growing tree lilies and they are now 2 years old.  On a couple of them the upper leaves have turned almost yellow and now I notice that the buds on one of them has turned brown and withered.  Any ideas what has caused this?  I have about an inch</p>
<p>of good mulch on them and have kept them damp.</p>
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