When to Separate Peonies & Daylilies

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Both peonies and daylilies are favorite perennials that require very little maintenance once established and yield proficient blooms for many years. They can be divided to increase their yield or to share with friends; it’s a simple procedure that doesn’t take a lot of time. The trick is to do it at the right time.…


How to Plant Stella De Oro Daylilies

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Hardy perennials that require little care, Stella de Oro daylilies are great flowers for the busy gardener. Called daylilies because each flower lives only a day, these flowers will be beautiful additions to your flower garden. Buy your plants from a local garden supply store or a greenhouse. Difficulty: Easy Instructions Things You’ll Need Shovel…


How to Split and Transplant Daylilies

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If a section of your garden is being overrun by daylilies, this is the article for you. It is easy to separate and transplant overgrown daylilies to another part of your garden. Difficulty: Moderately Easy Instructions Things You’ll Need Daylilies Garden sheers Spade The first thing that you have to do is to dig up…


About Daylilies

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Daylilies are one of the best discoveries for a novice perennial gardener. These persistent plants are reliable bloomers and prolific propagators. A few clumps become dozens within a decade, making the daylily the choice of members of a mobile society who want a garden or landscape that reminds them fondly of small towns. Whether you’re…


How to Grow Daylilies in Oregon

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Daylilies are vigorous and rugged perennials that will bloom in your garden for many years. They belong to the genus Hemerocalilis and have been around thousands of years dating back to 551 B.C. They come in many colors and varieties so a gardener will never get bored. Although Oregon is mostly in a mild zone…


How to Divide Daylilies

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Daylilies are the backbone of the perennial garden flowerbed. They are tough, low-maintenance, adaptable plants that thrive almost everywhere. These flowers bloom best in full sun and when they are divided to encourage growth. Also, dividing them is a great way to build your garden with minimum cost. Here’s how to get more blooms for…


How to Grow Daylilies

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Daylilies (also known as Hemerocallis) are hardy, perennial plants that grow in diverse climates and soils. These plants are available in an assortment of colors and bloom at varying times during summer months depending on the type. For gardeners who prefer low maintenance plants, the daylily is an excellent choice. Difficulty: Moderately Easy Instructions Things…


How to Separate & Replant Daylilies

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Daylily plants can provide a splash of color and beauty to any garden. In order to properly care for these plants, you should separate them every three to five years, because overly large daylily clumps do not grow as well as smaller clumps do. In order to do this, all you need are a few…


How to Separate Daylilies

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Daylilies are perennial plants that grow from rhizomes. Growing horizontally under the ground, long-lasting lily plants will happily spend several years in the same spot producing ever-larger clumps of foliage and flowers. Separating overgrown daylily clumps is known as propagation by division. Daylilies benefit from separation every three to four years. Symptoms of overgrowth that…


How to Germinate Daylilies

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The daylily is available in a rainbow of colors, from delicate pastels to vibrant blends. Hardy plants, they are drought-tolerant, suitable for almost any landscape and can thrive in a range of climates. Most daylilies bloom for just one day, though some nocturnal varieties bloom in the early evening and close the following morning. Daylilies…


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