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Fall/Winter Daylily Care

Posted by nutsaboutflowers 2b/3a (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 13, 10 at 21:04

All of the daylilies I've ever had have been established ones, but this year I bought 13 new ones of my own.

As far as I know they don't need any special care in their first year, but could someone please confirm that I don't need to do anything for them for fall/winter?

Thanks!


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RE: Fall/Winter Daylily Care

Daylilies are usually as tough as leather. I give mine no special care even if they are first year plants. I've never lost one yet


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RE: Fall/Winter Daylily Care

Thanks Oilpainter.

That's the answer I was hoping for =:)


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RE: Fall/Winter Daylily Care

Same here. :)


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RE: Fall/Winter Daylily Care

It's good to mulch new plants or toss some leaves on them after the ground freezes. I usually fertilize my daylilies late in the summer to give them a little fuel for the winter.


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RE: Fall/Winter Daylily Care

I have some daylilies in 1 gal. pots that I bought on sale ($3-5). Can I overwinter these in their pots just placed on the ground with some straw mulch around them? I don't have the garden space right now to sink all the pots in the ground. What do you think? I am in S. Ontario, zone 5b. Since I didn't pay very much for these, I won't be too concerned if they "croak" over the winter, but I am hoping the majority will survive, even just to donate to our local plant sale in May/2011.


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