Newly transplanted day lilies (Hemerocallis spp.) establish quickly, producing lush, swordlike spring and summer foliage punctuated by bright summer flowers. Day lilies grow in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 3 through 10, depending on the variety.
A limited edition giclee print of the Day Lily Plant Identification Botanical Page. Printed on watercolor paper with archival inks and matted. All prints are signed by the artist Wendy Hollender. Available in sizes: 8 x 10 inches and 11 x 14 inches
Daylilies are the gifts that keep on giving! Let's talk about dividing daylilies and how to expand your garden for free! In this post I'll show you how to divide and transplant daylilies so that you have a jaw dropping garden that boosts your curb appeal on a dime.
Some lilies may have beautiful blooms but only produce a very few of them at a time, or not stay in bloom very long. Whenever possible, choose daylilies to buy based on seeing them actually growing in a garden so you can select ones that will give you the absolutely best performance.
How to prune Stella D’Oro Daylilies, including spent flowers and seed pods. Also how to remove seed pods and prevent them from developing during the blooming season. Helpful images included. Have you been “hands-deep” in Fall gardening chores like I have? After recently cleaning up our Stella D’Oro daylilies, I felt like I accomplished so...Read More