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Are Daylilies Fast Growing?

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Are daylilies fast growing? When it comes to beautiful, elegant, and colourful flowers for your garden, daylilies are a perfect choice. These flowers are hugely popular with both seasoned and novice gardeners, as they offer easy maintenance as well as natural beauty to brighten up any outdoor area. But just how quickly do daylilies grow? …

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Collecting Saving Storing Daylily Seeds

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Collecting saving storing daylily seeds from your favourite daylily cross, can be exciting but more rewarding when you eventually see the flower buds appear. By saving seeds this will give you a completely new variety of daylily. You can develop your own seed strains by hand pollinating the daylily flowers that …

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Caring For Daylilies After They Bloom

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Daylilies are beautiful plants that can help to brighten up any outdoor area. However, in order to make the most of them you need to ensure that you care for them properly. While they do not require a great deal of maintenance, it is important to familiarise yourself with how to care for daylilies after they bloom, so that you can …

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When & How To Transplant Daylilies

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Transplant daylilies is an important exercise as it plays a critical role in allowing daylilies to grow strong and healthy. Often times, your garden will grow dense with clogged up clumps that end up competing for nutrients. The process of separating and transplanting daylilies also helps to spread the …

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Vintage Daylilies V Modern Hybrids

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Daylilies are flowers that have been adorning outdoor areas for many centuries. However, it was only in the 1900s that more modern, hybrid versions of these plants were developed. Today, there are tens of thousands of variations enabling gardeners to enjoy a rainbow of colours and forms as well as differing …

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Sandy Denny

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Daylily Sandy Denny – Lambertson 1998 – Tet – EM – SEv – Single – Bloom 5.5″ Beautiful blue lavender with a white star burst coming out of a green throat and gold edging. Great parent, producing sharks tooth edging. …

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Reasons for Deadheading Daylilies

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Daylily care deadheading daylilies is a form of pruning daylilies, which involves removing the whole flower including any developing seedpods after the daylily flower petals have died. This is important for some reblooming perennials although often recommended for daylilies. There are several reasons given for deadheading …

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Hybridizing Daylilies

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Hybridising daylilies involves cross-breeding two different breeds of the flower. Although it sounds scientific, this can be done in your backyard garden. Daylilies are a perennial flower that come in a variety of breeds, colours, shapes and sizes. These flowers require minimal …

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How to Hybridise a Daylily

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For those subscribers that already have daylilies, you should be watering your daylilies so that the daylilies are kept moist now leading up to flowering in about six weeks time, by doing this you will have the best flowers possible some fertiliser low in nitrogen is also beneficial at this time of year, now that the frosts are pretty well …

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How To Collect And Store Daylily Pollen

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Collecting and Storing Daylily Pollen, cross pollinating the daylily is very common all over the world including Australia and resulting cultivars are sometimes different in colour, texture and size from their parents. Breeding daylilies is although a time consuming and tough task at first, the results are usually very satisfying …

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