how do i prune my lily flowers?
- daylilyLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
After they bloom, cut the flower stems--not the stalk, just the short stems that supported the individual blossoms. Leave the tall stalks until they turn brown naturally, because they're manufacturing food for next year's blooms. After the entire stalk has turned brown, you can cut them to the ground.
- wildflowerLv 71 decade ago
If you're referring to lillies, when the tops turn brown and die naturally, you can cut the stems back a few inches from the ground. Examine them to make sure they are healthy. Discard the debris.
- wombat2u2004Lv 41 decade ago
Run over them with the lawnmower