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The Art of Dividing Bearded Iris and Daylilies Crowded Clumps

In Daylilies and Irises by Christine Moore

When your Bearded Irises and Daylilies become over crowded clumps, all you need to do is divide and transplant them every two to three years for them to be most productive. Moving Bearded Irises and Daylilies is best done when the ground is warm. Besides, it is a better outcome when it comes to growth of the plants roots settling …

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Are You Concerned With Brown Spots On Bearded Iris

In Bearded Iris by Christine Moore

Iris Leaf Spot on Bearded Iris Leaf spot or blotch is one of the common and widespread diseases affecting Iris varieties and daylilies. Both bulbous and rhizome type Irises get affected by this fungal disease. Bearded Irises are often at great risk of the fungal infection. This disease is caused by the fungus Mycosphaerella Macrospora, earlier known as Didymellina Macrospora. …

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How to Prepare Daylilies and Irises for the Winter

In Daylilies and Irises by Christine Moore

Autumn is one of the most looked forward to season by any keen daylily or Iris gardener. This is the time when the drooping and faded daylilies and bearded Irises will have another flush of flowers. They may even re-bloom if they do they will be the centre of attraction in any garden. Given that while gardening in autumn is …

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Daylily Best Weed Control Tips for Controlling Daylily Weeds in our Gardens

In Daylilies by Christine Moore

Weeds are always a problem in any garden situation. They take up space in your garden and worst of all weeds absorb the nutrients in the soil that you provide for the other garden plants. Daily weed control is necessary to remove the weeds completely from your garden. There are different methods to remove the different types of weeds. Daylilies …

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Daylily Seedlings

In Daylilies by Christine Moore

To breed one of your own daylily seedlings is easy and free. Daylilies are very easy to make, they are among the most pollinated species in the world. Crossing two daylily flowers to invent your own unique creation is simple, but you have to have your timing right and know a few tips on how to cross pollinate daylilies. Its …

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5 Steps in Starting Your Own Brand New Daylily Garden       

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Thanks to their natural beauty, colourful displays, and ease of maintenance, daylilies have become a very popular choice amongst gardening enthusiasts in Australia and across the globe. These plants can brighten up any outdoor space in clumps as a single specimen or planted in drifts of staggering heights. They will add an eye-catching touch to your garden without having to …

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About Daylilies – Daylily Flowers and Plants

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Daylilies are an easy to grow rewarding perennial plant that does grow well in all states of Australia. Daylilies flower prolifically from late spring to early summer and spasmodic flowering in winter. Daylily hybrids have evolved from a small group of species in the genus Hemerocallis. Until recently, the daylily flower was only available in yellow, orange and fulvous red. …