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I'm growing xmas lilies...It's November now & my lilies have got yellow, droopy leaves...I kept them in a corner under the eaves in a big cement pot, over winter....Perhaps too they're too dry? Can anyone advise me?

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Yellow droopy leaves means to wet. plus sounds like the cement pot might be too cold. they need less water & more warmth to the roots.

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