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Daylily Mustard Seed Fungus

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One of the reasons why daylilies are favoured among a huge number of gardening enthusiasts, landscapers and professional horticulturalists, is their great variety of shapes and colours of their beautiful flowers. In addition, daylilies are also popular among these people because they can to be free of diseases and pests …

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Daylily Crown Rot

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One of the most dangerous problems that daylilies can have is the daylily rot. Most people may not be aware about it, but if left untreated it causes great damage to the entire plant. Several researches actually relate the cause of this plant disease to different microorganisms like fungus, bacteria and even some nematodes …

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Daylilies Cutting Foliage Back

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Daylilies the Hemerocallis species grow to be frost resistant and reasonably drought tolerant, and the foliage should withstand frosts and snow in the winter. They are a good choice for low-maintenance gardens. Even though these plants offer easy care, it is necessary to know how to maintain healthy daylilies….

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How to Grow Daylilies

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Daylilies are herbaceous perennial plants and will flower between October to December in Australia. In mild climates and depending on the variety (cultivar) daylilies can flower spasmodically all year round. They can be planted any time of the year but if planted out in summer grow them in a pot first so that they can be protected …

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