Daylilies are some of the toughest flowers around, but if you’re concerned about daylily plants in winter, digging and storing daylily tubers isn’t a bad idea, especially in climates north of USDA plant hardiness zone 5. Click this article to learn what to do with daylilies in winter.
Daylilies are pretty perennials with striking blooms, each of which only lasts for one day. They don’t require much care once established, but dividing daylilies should be done every few years to keep them healthy and blooming. Learn when and how to do this here.
Daylilies are some of the easiest flower to grow, and they put on a pretty spectacular show each summer. Although maintenance requirements are low, cutting back daylily plants once in a while will keep them healthier and producing flowers for years to come. Learn more here.
Daylilies like to be divided every three to five years for optimal blooming. Moving and transplanting daylilies takes a little finesse. The following information on how and when to transplant daylilies will have you an old pro at dividing and moving daylilies in no time.
Daylily plants are among one of the most popular perennial landscaping flowers. While robust, there are some issues that may cause these plants to struggle in the garden. Daylily leaf streak, for instance, can cause distress. Learn more about this disease here.
The daylily plant will only bloom for one day. Luckily, each plant produces multiple blooms that flower continuously, creating the beautiful display its growers have come to love. But what happens once the blooms fade? Is daylily deadheading necessary? Find out here.
Do you need to start fertilizing daylilies? That can depend on the soil. If the soil is poor, feeding these plants may help them to thrive. For more information on daylily food and tips on how to fertilize daylilies, simply click on the following article.
Daylilies require little maintenance other than pulling out the scape at the correct time. What is a daylily scape? Scapes in daylilies are the plants’ leafless stems on which the flowers appear. For more daylily scape information, click on the following article.
Finding that there are no blooms on daylilies may be alarming to many home gardeners. While the plants themselves can create nice visual interest in flower borders, when daylilies won’t flower, it can be rather disappointing. Learn how to make a daylily bloom here.
By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden
For those who’ve been told that the daylily is a pest-free specimen and the easiest flower to grow, learning that daylilies with rust has occurred can be disappointing. However, there are things that can be done to avoid or treat this issue. Learn more here.
If you are looking for a type of daylily that is a little unique, that maybe you haven’t seen before, try spider daylily plants with long, spindly, spider-like blooms. Click this article to learn about adding spider daylily flowers to your garden.
The Stella d?Oro variety of daylily was the first developed to rebloom, a great boon for gardeners. Growing and caring for these pretty daylilies is not difficult and will provide you with summer-long flowers. For more information on their care, click this article.
Daylilies are beautiful perennial flowers that are very low maintenance and high reward. They earn a rightful place in plenty of flower beds and garden path borders. But what if you want them on your porch or patio? Can you grow daylilies in containers? Click here for more info.
Daylilies are some of the most popular perennials in any flower garden, and it?s easy to see why. While they?re commonly propagated through division, you can try your hand at seeds too. Learn more about harvesting daylily seeds and daylily seed propagation here.
Daylilies are especially popular mixed in with other flowers, and the key to finding the best daylily companion plants is deciding which colors and heights work best for an overall effect. Learn more in this article.
While daylilies are normally free of problems, many varieties are actually prone to scape blast. So exactly what is scape blasting? Learn more about daylily scape blast and what can be done about it here.
While their beautiful flowers last only one day, daylilies make a welcome addition to any garden. Caring for daylilies is so easy and hardy, that some seem to even thrive on neglect! Click here for more.