I found some tiger lily flowers growing in scrubby ground around the edges of the property. Since the flowers look interesting, add color to the garden and the plant can compete with weeds and poor conditions, I’m going to try to spread them to other parts of the garden. I’ve heard they can be a bit aggressive and invasive so I’ll target only the most difficult and disused garden areas to see how they do. These tiger lilies have an interesting way of propagating. Rather than producing seeds, or spreading from the roots, tiny bulblets form on the stems. As those are planted, or when the plant naturally dies back in the fall and drops those bulblets on the soil, new plants may be produced. I think it’s time to check the plants and look for some bulblets to spread around the garden now!