Namaste! I am thinking (HOPING) you mean daylilies, as in Hemerocallis, not lilies, as in Lilium. Daylilies are more forgiving of having their foliage mowed/eaten/whatever, though not ideal for any plant of course. True lilies, which grow from bulbs, are not as carefree about such matters. Though I don’t think they will die, they will be set back for the season…but do you know which they are? Tell me more…
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