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Apr 12, 2014 6:47 PM CST
|Yes, it works great for growing daylilies, not just for protection. Tommy Maddox in Biloxi, MS is the expert and his plants are great. One more tip: if the water level gets too high due to rain, the bed can get smelly in hot weather. Use some sort of overflow apparatus, like holes drilled at 3" level or a moveable section to drain some out. The pots will wick water up as they need it and you can add fertilizer as well. You can use it as a nursery for your seedlings and smaller plants to multiply and then put them out in the ground.|
Apr 12, 2014 7:45 PM CST
Northwest Georgia Daylily Society
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