About Daylilies

Daylilies grow best in full sunlight but should have six hours of sunlight or more as a minimum. Daylilies will grow well in most soil but do the best in a slightly acidic, moist soil that includes organic matter and is well drained.


Daylilies can typically be planted anytime during late spring, summer or early fall. Plants will arrive bare root with the foliage trimmed back to about 6 to 8 inches. Work up the soil in the area the plant is to be planted. Dig a hole a little larger than the roots. Place the Daylily in the soil so the portion where the root and foliage meet (crown) is about 1 inch below the soil. Lightly pack the soil and water the plants.


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