Have a Slope That's Too Steep To Mow? Plant Daylilies

By Newyorkrita
July 19, 2015

How I transformed my grassy slope into a paradise of daylily blooms.

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Jul 19, 2015 10:39 AM CST
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Name: Linda
southern Minn. (Zone 4b)
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Beautiful! I am going to do this, and start today! I have one daylily that has to be moved, and lots more that can or should be moved, and I have a sloping side of the ditch that comes down from the mailbox. It currently is covered with tall grass that I haven't taken the time to "weed-whack" and your solution will be perfect. I'm going to do the spring bulbs too...
Jul 19, 2015 10:45 AM CST
Name: Rita
North Shore, Long Island, NY
Zone 6B
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Good, I am glad I can inspire others to make a daylily garden on a slope. Honestly the difficult part is getting it done. The maintenance is really easy once it is established. And adding some spring bulbs simply adds another season of color.
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