An established daylily patch is pretty much carefree. It is this quality that makes the daylily such a wonderful naturalizing flower. They are often planted in or around difficult places to mow; a group of daylilies will use their thick foliage to smother out most grasses and weeds. They are easy to plant and will grow in most types of soil.
How-To Plant A Daylily:
Tip: If necessary, soak roots in water to help them move more freely when planting.
• Dig a shallow hole 2 or 3 inches deep, extending a couple inches past the reach of the roots.
Tip: Always follow the directions that come with the plant, as they may vary from one plant species to another.
To Transplant Daylilies:
• Dig up clumps.
Daylilies attract butterflies and hummingbirds.
To order plants: