Pups On Daylily Stalks - Knowledgebase Question

Pampa, TX
Question by donj1
April 30, 2000
I have seen "pups" on daylily stalks. Why do some daylilies have them and others don't? I know you can plant them and they grow nicely, how long does it take for them to become fully grown and bloom?

Answer from NGA
April 30, 2000


Daylilies, like other plants, vary considerably within their genus. There are many differences between various varieties of daylilies. Assuming the growing conditions are good, it should take about a year on the average to grow one of those new starts into a mature, blooming plant.

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