I was just wondering when you think I should plant out my daylily seedlings since this is the first year I tried growing them from seed?
I only found out about the LA in March and didn't get all of my seeds 'til the beginning of May so they were soaked 'til the middle of May and planted...
Right now, a majority of the seedlings are around 8-12 inches tall (20-30cm). Although there are some that took a heck of a long time to come up and are not so tall...
Some look nice and hefty while some of the slow growers look alittle thin...
They're still under lights and I'll have to get them hardened off of course, but do you think I should get them out there right now? Put them all out, or just the ones which look the strongest?
I still have to build the raised bed, and fill it with soil, probably in a week or two.
I had started about half of the seeds I'd purchased, thinking the other half would have more time to bulk up if I started them earlier next winter...
Some seeds were great and I got 90 to 100 percent germination, although there were some crosses which didn't do well at all.
One cross never sent up a single seedling... :-(
I bought alot of different crosses with many of them being spider and UFO's (my faves) and several hardier crosses from Dave Mussar in Ont.
Thanks for the help,