Answer: Daylilies bloom throughout the summer months and as soon as yours become established in the garden they should bloom non-stop. It is important to remove the spent flowers before they set seeds. Seed production takes energy which can be redirected into flower production if you simply snap off the old flowers and cut down the flowering stalk when all the flowers are spent. After initial blooming your plant will rest for a few weeks to regain strength and then will send up new flowering stalks. Give your plant a little more time to perform and it will be beautiful.
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