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Jan 25, 2016 7:54 PM CST
|Larry you have an abundance of Daylilies coming along there your going to be presented with quite a show when they start blooming and i am looking forward to seeing them.|
Jan 26, 2016 5:59 AM CST
|Larry that's a great idea for documenting the dormancy of your CV's.
I think I may do the same. I will say that only a couple of mine have went to bed so to speak. Trahlyta's Song is one of them and a few others. My problem is I cant remember what's dormant or not when I'm strolling around. Thanks...
Now where is my notebook of notes....
(Georgia Native in Florida)
Jan 28, 2016 7:19 AM CST
|If you want some Stella D'oro I think I may have tons of it. I cleaned out an abandoned garden late this fall and got a huge amount of small daylilies that I THINK may be Stella. Once they're up and blooming, I'll know for sure. You're welcome to them. Also, with daylilies that don't seem to thrive....try adding a big scoop of very coarse sand or gravel to the bottom of the planting hole before you plant them. Daylilies need pretty good drainage and this might help.
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