Some plants can change color do to the soil. (If there is a lot of acid in it etc.) I don't know much about Lily's, so this is just a guess. Oh, I just found this. Apparently someone else had the same thing happened, and asked about it. Here is the answer. Sure, if the acidity or p.h. of the soil changes. Have you ever seen a snowball bush? They can have blue, white, or pink flowers based on soil conditions. Also I wonder if it could be from cross pollenation. Jeanne
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I planted one we got at work last summer and it is going to bloom in a little bit now it will be interesting to see if its white.I planted it out last fall and it wintered just fine underground it gets to 30 below here so they should winter in the ground just about anywhere!
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hi everyone - about 4 years back, my mother-in-law gave me a potted easter lilly. after the holiday, i stuck it in my garden, thinking, "hey if it grows it grows". well, it did! the next 2 years it bloomed beautiful white blossoms. then, last summer and this year, it has bloomed red! maybe its something in my soil? please say that this has happened to someone else 'cause i think it's an omen that i am going to hell... lol...my mother-in-law has never heard of this!
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