Plant in fertile, well drained loam in full sun to light shade.
Daylilies will grow in most soil types with adequate drainage.
Space 24-36″ apart.
One of the easiest perennials to grow.
Fertilize lightly in spring when plant begins to grow.
Water deeply once a week in hot weather.
Deadhead daily to keep the plant looking neat.
Divide in spring or fall when clumps become overcrowded, usually in 3-4 years.
There are hundreds of varieties of daylilies that grow in a range of colors (except blue and pure white), forms and sizes. By choosing at least several that bloom at different times, and with different colors and heights, you can have a colorful garden from late spring to fall.