Easy Guide to Planting Daylily Proliferations: thanks for a great show & tell!

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Easy Guide to Planting Daylily Proliferations

By tink3472
October 15, 2013

Here in the South we can get blooming-size proliferations on the scape before we cut them to plant. There are several methods of doing this, and I'll show you how we do it in our garden.

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Jul 11, 2016 11:33 AM CST
Thanks for explaining everything clearly and giving great tips with regard to labeling. I think I just need to carry an "extreme" sharpie at all times in the garden..

You do get huge prolifs! I don't get many, but when I find them I often have to cut them sooner rather than later bec. the scape starts dying. However, I do pretty much the same thing in terms of leaving scape above and below when I cut, then potting them up, and most of them "take" just fine.

I didn't see this the first time around -- just noticed the date!

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