The Q&A Archives: Care of daylilies

Question: I have a beautiful yellow Daylily. It had many blooms when I planted it and was doing well but it has not produce any new blooms in about two weeks and there are a number of pods where the blooms used to be. Does this mean it has gone to seed? Should I remove them? How do I make it bloom again. The plant is healthy, it's supposed to have continual blooms from summer to fall. Please help.


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