The Q&A Archives: Pups On Daylily Stalks

Question: I have seen "pups" on daylily stalks. Why do some daylilies have them and others don't? I know you can plant them and they grow nicely, how long does it take for them to become fully grown and bloom?

Answer: Daylilies, like other plants, vary considerably within their genus. There are many differences between various varieties of daylilies. Assuming the growing conditions are good, it should take about a year on the average to grow one of those new starts into a mature, blooming plant.

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