Daylilies -- Planting

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Daylilies should be planted in a well-drained, high organic matter soil. Plants can be planted in sun to partial shade, though blooming potential increases in sunny environments.

Plant in the early spring or after plants bloom. Firm soil around roots. Mulch with organic matter.

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