The Q&A Archives: moving daylilies

Question: I realize that spring is the best time for moving plants, but how late in June [I live in the Pittsburgh area] can I move daylilies? Many thanks, Bernard Vavrek.

Answer: You can dig and divide or simply dig and transplant your daylilies now. The plants will be fine, but they may not bloom for a few weeks after the move. Once the roots are well established they will flower for you. Best wishes with your daylilies.

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