Answer: As indicated by their name, day-lilies, the individual flowers last only one day. So what you are seeing is probably normal. The remaining buds will open in succession. As the blooms fade you should deadhead to prevent seed formation. Remove the entire faded flower by gently snapping it at the base. When all of the buds on a scape have opened, remove the scape (tall wiry stem) by cutting it at the base. Enjoy your daylilies!
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