| I have what we presume is a daylily plant ( it certainly looks and behaves like one, at any rate) which we found in the woods near the foundation of a great-great grandparents farm. The property had been abandoned in the 50s and given over to parkland; the lilies survived the trip from NH to my home and once placed in a sunny spot grew nicely---but never bloomed. This year it is cheerily up again, bigger than before. Is there anything I should do (or not do) to help it bloom? I didn't fertilize it last year at all. If it isn't a daylily, what _is_ it? I have a "domesticated" daylily growing nearby and you can't tell them apart, but I'm open to discovering that I have rescued a weed!