Non Blooming Daylillies After First Season - Knowledgebase Question

North Little Rock, AR
Question by mbelknap4
April 12, 2002
Two years ago, we planted daylillies which flowered beautifully.. Last yeay, only a few bloomed, but the leaves were very hardy..This year the leaves are very broad,and dark green, but no blooms...We have been told that they need more nitrogen, then another says more phosphate...We seem to be at an impasse. We have used Miracle Grow all purpose plant food which is 15% nitrogen, 30% phosphoros and 15% potash...HELP !!!


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Answer from NGA
April 12, 2002

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Use several inches of organic mulch such as shredded hardwood bark to help moderate the the soil temperature, maintain a more even moisture level and also help keep down weeds. It will also help feed the soil on an ongoing basis as it breaks down over time.

I hope this helps you trouble shoot. water.)

Use several inches of organic mulch such as shredded hardwood bark to help moderate the the soil temperature, maintain a more even moisture level and also help keep down weeds. It will also help feed the soil on an ongoing basis as it breaks down over time.

I hope this helps you trouble shoot.

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