Their remarkable adaptability makes growing daylilies easy and carefree in just about any conditions.

Because of their extensive and robust root systems, daylilies are very efficient when it comes to storing water. This makes them remarkably tolerant of dry conditions. Well established plants rarely need to be watered in any but the hottest, dryest conditions, but there are some special cases in which additional water is important to daylilies.

New plants need to be watered thoroughly and regularly for a week or ten days. This is crucial to giving their root systems a chance to adapt to the new conditions, and a healthy root system is the key to a beautiful, profusely flowering daylily.

During the flowering season daylilies may need some…



Source by Ruth Butters