Growing Daylilies ( Hemerocallis )

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Beginner's guide to buying daylilies __ Some good advice for the novice daylily grower plus links to related materials. - From Oak Forest Technology Solutions - 

Daylilies: The American Hemerocallis Society __ You will find all you need to know about daylilies from how to grow them to selecting the best cultivars. - illustrated - From - 

Daylilies, daylilies and more daylilies __ A good look at growing instructions. - illustrated - From -
Daylilies, a Perennial Delight __ "Daylily blooms last only for a day, but the plants bloom throughout the year reaching their zenith from mid-spring through late summer. Daylily varieties bloom in colors including yellow, orange, red, pink, and bi-colors with funnel-shaped flowers ranging in size from 2 inches to 12 inches. Petals may be curled, ruffled, or spider-lily-like." You will find growing tips and images of a few cultivars. - illustrated - From - 


Daylilies on Prince Edward Island, Canada __ If you are looking for information about growing daylilies in a colder climate such as Canada, this is the place. - illustrated - From Nancy Oakes - 

Daylily - Hemerocallis the Daylily __ Here is a great daylily page with growing tips, cultivar information, images and much more. - illustrated - From From Oak Forest Technology Solutions -

Daylily __ While not a website about the "growing" of daylilies, enough information such as species types, even food uses, and links to additional information to make a visit worthwhile. "Daylilies comprise the small genus Hemerocallis of flowering plants in the family Hemerocallidaceae. They are not true lilies which are Lilium in Liliaceae." An encyclopedic article. - illustrated - From wikipedia - 

Dividing Daylilies __ "Late summer is the best time to divide your daylilies. Their roots will have time to grow before winter comes if this task is completed in early September. ..." Good advice found here. - illustrated - From -

Dividing Daylilies __ "Photo essay on how to divide Daylilies. ... A Pictorial Guide to Dividing Daylilies. 1 - Haul it out of the ground and shake off as much dirt as possible ..." As easy a 'how-to' as you will find. - illustrated - From Nancy Oakes - 

Free refrence guide to planting daylilies __ You will find a complete guide to planting daylilies. - illustrated - From -

Growing Daylilies __ "Daylilies are rugged, adaptable, vigorous perennials that endure in a garden for many years with little or no care. Daylilies adapt to a wide range of soil and light conditions. They establish quickly, grow vigorously, and survive winters with little or no injury." You can learn about how to grow and care for them. - illustrated - From University of Minnesota - 

Growing daylilies __ "Daylilies are colorful, easy to grow and will shine in many flower garden conditions." Learn how to grow them. - illustrated - From -
How To Grow Daylilies - Tallahassee Hemerocallis Society __ You will find step by step instructions for dividing lily clumps and more. - illustrated - From Tallahassee Hemerocallis Society - 


How To Grow Great Daylilies __ "Daylilies are among the most carefree and easy-to-grow perennials. They are very tolerant of a wide range of conditions, and are very forgiving of gardening "mistakes." But it really pays to give your daylilies the best growing conditions possible. They will respond accordingly." You will find all the growing basics. - illustrated - From - 

How to plant and grow Daylilies - Hemerocallis __ Good overview of basics for growing daylilies. - From -

Reblooming Daylilies __ A commercial site but it will give you some idea of what reblooming daylilies are and varieties available. - illustrated - From -

_____ Daylily Photo, Art and Image Links_____ 

Daylily Photos  __ Hundreds of photos of daylilies annotated by variety. Pictures of daylilies. - illustrated - From -

Daylily Photos __ hundreds of click-to-view gallery resources from growers, professional and amateur alike. - illustrated - From -

Hemnut's Daylily Home Page __ You will find a beautiful collection of annotated click-to-view daylily pictures which the site owner grows. Daylily photos - illustrated - From - 


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