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Welcome to this great gardening community, Shauna. You’ll get lots of advice here! I’ve never grown these so I can’t answer your question, but there will be many others who can. @pelly @rachelbrooks @carolecuttingitfine @richard.spicer.7906 @melvynprentice Good luck!! @tallplants
Cannot promise it will flower but there is a very good chance that it will. Plant it about 6 to 8 inches deep, making sure to spread roots out. Before planting, mix in lots of organic material and some grit if on the heavier side. Ideally they need to be in a sheltered sunny position in good free draining soil. After planting feed with sulphate of potash, once you see new shoot emerging feed weekly with liquid tomato fertiliser. Hope this is of some help @tallplants @jacaranda
Thanks @Melvinprentice, I watched a YouTube video on planting foxtail lilies so think I planted ‘the aliens’ correctly. There is a ton of info available online but the bulk of it is repetitive or vague. For example: As a semi-amateur I’m unsure whether my foxtail tubers are just a babies, teenagers, or adult tubers. Guess I’ll have to wait and see.
Thanks for the information, Melvyn. I knew you’d be able to help 😘 @melvynprentice You’ll always get good advice from fellow Gtaggers, Shauna 👍 I hope your tubers thrive. Don’t forget to post a photo later in the year. @tallplants