What to Do With Daylilies in Fall?

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Daylilies are known for being versatile and hardy. Their reputation is that of being low maintenance and they are a great flower choice for beginner gardeners. They are originally from Asia but have adapted to temperatures and the various weather conditions in the United States–just one example of their versatility. Daylilies are perennials. The fall…


How to Solve Problems With Daylilies

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Nearly all varieties of daylilies grow and bloom every year without much care. However, there are a few problems that some gardeners around the country deal with when growing daylilies. These include drainage problems, pests, crown rot and daylily rust. Solve these problems by improving the soil and planting location and removing pests and diseased…


How to Remove Daylilies

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Daylilies are a quick-growing, wide-spreading perennial plant with a blooming season from late spring until fall. From fibrous roots and bulbs, they produce long, graceful stems dotted with a number of edible buds. Each flower blooms only one day, but the continuous production of buds allows each individual plant to bloom for weeks. Their tenacious…


How To Divide Daylilies & Irises

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Daylilies and irises flower freely when they are first planted. But after a few years the plants can become dense and crowded. Eventually, the the plant suffers and loses energy. Less energy means fewer flowers. Dividing the plants is good for the plant and the gardener. Irises and daylilies will thrive and you will have…


How to Replace Daylilies With Another Perennial

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Daylilies are the mainstay of the old-fashioned garden. With bright trumpet-like flowers most commonly found in shades of yellow and orange, this perennial is easy to maintain and is a favorite of many gardeners to pass along to friends. Daylilies thrive in mildly acidic, well-draining soil in full sun. When you plan to replace daylilies…


Varieties of Daylilies

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There are over 38,000 types of registered daylilies and they come in a rainbow of colors from reds, yellows, oranges, purples and almost black to the lovely pastels. Some have more than one color with interesting markings and patterns. Flower forms vary as much as the colors from round, star-shaped, spiders, ruffled petals and double…


Saline Damage to Daylilies

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Daylilies are a popular flowering perennial that are found in many areas of the Eastern United States. They are known for being a tough and resilient species, easily adapting to any environment. The State of Florida considers them a cosmopolitan plant, meaning that they are found growing in a variety of conditions throughout the state.…


How to Garden Daylilies

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The large, exotic blooms of daylilies resemble those of other lilies, though the daylily is actual just a close relative of the true lily. These perennial flowers bloom throughout summer, adding color to the bed for several months. Available in a range of colors, daylilies also come in bi-color types. Daylilies are not finicky about…


Diseases & Pests of Daylilies

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Daylilies (Hemerocallis spp.) are popular perennials, well known for their easy care and prolific blooms. Each individual flower only blooms for one day before it wilts but many more blooms open each day to take its place. According to the American Hemerocallis Society, although daylilies are relatively pest and disease resistant, there are a few…


Do Daylilies Spread or Will They Stay in One Clump?

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With over 60,000 registered cultivars, you can find daylilies in all colors and patterns to fit your garden needs. Daylilies are perennials and grow in clumps that—if given the right growing conditions—increase in size. However—besides the Tawny daylily—most varieties will not spread across your yard or garden. Clump Daylilies grow in fans consisting of leaves,…


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