The Q&A Archives: Daylillies

Question: I was told that my Daylillie sbulb will sprout leaves later in the season, Exactly wehn is that in the Erly or late summer and what do I if the leaves don't sprout at all this year.
Karen Fleming

Answer: Daylilies will grow in any soil, as long as it is not waterlogged, and will survive winter weather in Virginia, so your plants should begin to break dormancy by mid-May, after the soil warms. If new leaves are not emerging by then, dig the plant and check to make sure the rootmass is still healthy. Good luck with your daylilies.

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