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How much fertilizer do you put on daylilies?
Apply the fertilizer at a rate of 3/4 to 1 1/2 pounds per 100 square feet. Daylilies grow best when the soil pH is between 6.2 and 6.8. A soil test will reveal the soil’s pH, which you can correct with amendments.
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.
What is the best soil for daylilies?
Daylilies are very adaptable, but they do best in well-draining soil that falls between 6.2 and 6.8 pH. You can test the soil pH to determine if it is a good match or if it is necessary to address the pH using fertilizer.
How often should you water daylilies?
In average garden soil you should not have to water your newly planted Daylilies every day. More often than not, this causes soggy soil conditions that can lead to root rot and other plant diseases. In the absence of sufficient rainfall, water only as needed to maintain a damp to moist root ball and surrounding soil.