When to move daylilies

ruthzFebruary 28, 2014

I was in a very late swap and ended up getting a bunch of daylilies in December just before a freeze.
I put them all in 2 big pots and kept them covered until now.
My question is, do you think they have a better chance of blooming this year if left in the pots or planted in ground.
We're going to be down to 19 degrees next week, but it shouldn't be too long before I could move them.

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organic_kitten(8)

leave em in pots til you can get them in the ground. I will plant mine that are in pots if this winter ever finishes.

kay

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