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Grow Daylily Roots or Bulbs for Sale

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although some people often referred them as daylily bulbs and even sell them as daylily bulbs they’re not true bulbs. Lets clarify why a daylily plant is not a bulb. A daylily has a perennial growth habit with underground root structures that grow out from the crown and down into the soil anchoring

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Gardening By The Moon

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Aside from the usual planting considerations which include lighting, fertiliser and environment, one of the most interesting factors that can definitely affect the success of growing different kinds of seeds, plants and even daylilies is the lunar or the moon phases. A lot of farmers or gardeners are greatly questioning whether …

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Daylily Streak

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One of the most common problems that are observed in daylily plants is the daylily streak. The daylily leaf streak is common among the plants and is known to be brought about by a specific fungus which is the Aureobasidium microstictum. This fungus is also known as Gloeocephalus hemerocalli, Kabatiella microsticta or even the …

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Daylily Story

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Hi I’m Stel, Stella D’Oro to be precise and this is my story……My ancestors date back to 1977 when Stella D’Oro was first registered. I was born about seven years ago and I carry the name with great pride. I am a daylily, not just any daylily, I am a diploid. My flowers are beautifully fragrant, golden yellow, approximately …

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Daylily Spring Sickness

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Have you ever asked the question, “What is daylily spring sickness?” Well, a lot of people may not be aware of the fact, regarding a dangerous plant disease known as daylily spring sickness. If you have daylilies, it is important that you become aware of this emerging disease that can be of great threat to the growth of your plants…

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Daylily Scape Blasting

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Most people may not be truly aware what scape blasting is all about and because of this, they definitely are left clueless on what to do when they encounter such condition for their plants. It is important that the people are made aware regarding scape blasting. This will make them more prepared and equipped regarding how to deal …

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Daylily Root Rot

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One of the most common diseases affecting the daylily plant is the daylily root rot. It is very essential for every plant owner to be able to monitor the condition of their daylilies from time to time. By doing this, they are able to prevent plant diseases and even detect some as early as possible….

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Daylily Propagation Methods

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If you really want to grow a huge number of daylilies, you should definitely understand how to follow different daylily propagation methods. Some of the best methods that you can try to learn are dividing, seed propagation,  proliferation and tissue culture….

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Daylily Pests

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There are a lot of daylily pests that can cause different damages to the plant. You should definitely be aware of their existence and make sure that you take proper action to eliminate them immediately. Some of the most common daylily pests include aphids, spider mites, thrip, slugs and even snails. Each pest has their specific characteristics that most ….

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