Potting advice requested
I have two seedlings, both of which are growing in black plastic pots (one in a "growers pot", one in a tree pot) in partial shade.
I feel that their performance has been adversely affected by the amount of shade that they are in, and I want to move them to a sunnier location.
I do NOT, however, want to put them into the ground.
I believe that black plastic pots aren't the best situation for daylilies growing in - if not full sun - then at least several hours of sun. (Can you say "hot"? "Bake"? Or - if wet enough - "Rot"?) I would also like the pots to be more visually pleasing than the black plastic growers pots (or, for that matter, any hard plastic pots), or those plastic mesh grower bags.
Has anyone here had any experience (good or bad) planting daylilies (in sun) in either glazed ceramic pots, or else those foam "stone lookalike" pots? And if so, what size pot (if any) would you recommend?
Thanks in advance.