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Question: I have several Daylillies planted throughout my yard but I would like to plant them all together since they have such pretty contrasting colors. Since they have just about all bloomed, can I dig up the bulbs and replant elsewhere now or should I wait until the Fall? Thank you for your help!

Answer: If you move them now, they may not bloom the rest of the year so if you can wait until fall or even early next spring, they should bloom right on time. If you think they have finished blooming for the summer, you can move them now, but I suspect if you leave them alone they will bloom again (mine bloom off and on all summer long!)

Best wishes with your daylilies!

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