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Starting in May or early June, your dwarf daylilies will be among the first to flower. Although each bloom only lasts for one day, with proper deadheading they'll keep coming all summer until fall!Can You transplant daylilies in the fall?
The best time to transplant or divide daylilies is early spring and early fall. If you transplant or divide in early spring, the lilies may not bloom until the following summer. If you transplant in early fall, do so right after summer blooming, at least 1 month before the first hard frost.How do you plant daylily bulbs?
To plant daylilies, start in the early spring by choosing a site with well-draining soil that gets at least 6 hours of sunlight a day. Additionally, make sure the soil has a pH between 6 and 7 by using a soil testing kit from your local nursery.Can you grow daylilies in pots?
If space is tight in your garden, if you wish to find small daylilies to decorate your pots and containers, or if you are looking for short daylilies as edging plants, you might want to try any of the charming dwarf daylilies selected below. Less than 2 feet tall (60 cm), these compact daylilies will fit any tiny spot!