This has not been my previous experience. I also discovered they were blooming in southeast Indiana I live in southwest Ohio , so last weekend, I gathered up my camera and drove through Madison, Clarksville, Jeffersonville and along Indiana 64 to Milltown. Then all the leaves turned brown and withered away-I thought my landscaper used round up thinking they were weeds! On Jul 12, , Toxicodendron from Piedmont, MO Zone 6a wrote: These bulbs should only be divided when absolutely necessary because they sulk and sometimes don't bloom the next year. It's blooming nicely this year.
Elsie. Age: 23.
I have cut the blooms and put in water, love the smell.
Kenna. Age: 25.
Other gardeners around here consider them a weed because they grow so rapidly and crowd out other flowers, especially in spring when their foliage is thickest. They've been doing well for 6 years, now. They have naturalized well. On Feb 3, , ktdid from Bullhead City, AZ wrote: I grow them in large pots and keep them out of the direct sunlight.