The Q&A Archives: DAYLILY

Question: I planted a daylily 2 weeks ago and it is not any bigger than it was then. The few leaves it has are green and yellow. What can be the problem?

Answer: I think both the weather and the normal adjustment period for newly transplanted daylilies are at work here. Two weeks may seem like a long time, but to a plant, two weeks is a very short time to get roots established and grow new leaves. Give your daylily a few more weeks to become established. Once that happens, you'll see lots of healthy green growth. Water your daylily once or twice a week.

Best wishes with your garden!

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