There's a voodoo lily in my yard that I had wanted to divide this summer. Unfortunately, a well-meaning helper lopped the foliage off of it while giving me a hand with dandelions, and with a bunch of other stuff to do around the house I kind of forgot all about it for a while.
How can I find it? I know where it is within a meter radius or so. From what I've read, the tubers of voodoo lilies are usually only partly buried by the time they reach adulthood, but the grass is thick enough right now that I can't see it easily. My plan is to trim things back and look for anything that looks like old foliage. Could I maybe probe the soil with a bamboo skewer or something? I don't want to just dig random holes, but if it comes to that, how far down should I go before giving up? Six inches? A foot? I suspect that I would find some sort of hole where the new growth emerges from each year.
Any help would be great - thanks.