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What kind of fertilizer for daylilies?
Like any plant, daylily requires basic nutrients but take care when using commercial fertilizer as daylily food. Too much nitrogen will hurt, not help, the plants.
How do you keep daylilies blooming all summer?
Both fertilizer and water play key roles in supporting abundant blooming in daylilies. Water helps keep the plants hydrated, distributes fertilizer throughout the soil and keeps the fertilizer from burning the plant’s fibrous roots.
When is the best time to plant daylilies?
Planting time: the ideal time to plant daylilies is in spring or fall, depending on the climate of the area. If you wait to plant in spring, keep in mind that the first year you will generally not have a very abundant bloom. As soon as the second year, when the plants have taken root well, they will flower in all their fullness.
How much sun does a daylily need?
Sunlight: Daylilies are plants that need good sun exposure to thrive. It is recommended that they have between 6 and 8 hours of sun a day.