Day Lilies


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Old 08-25-09, 08:34 PM
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If I plant the seed found in the pods from day lilies, will day lilies grow from them?
 
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Hi and welcome to the forum! I'm not really sure, but they're really easy to transplant. Just pull a few out with the root (easier when they're young), and replant. They grow and multiply like crazy!
 
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In addition to the previous post, if you have been growing your daylillies for a number of years, you may want to divide them at this time - that seems to be the best way to do it - they multiply within a couple of years......

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Old 09-04-09, 11:26 AM
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daylilies

I believe you have to actually hybridize them to make it work, but here's a detailed article on it:

Daylily Propagation Methods, hybridizations methods

Also, I bought a bunch of daylily seeds from someone on EBay-- they did all the work of hybridizing and then I just planted them. Still young but they are growing, so that might be another way to go. Very inexpensive.
 
 

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