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Jun 22, 2015 7:26 PM CST
Name: Gita Veskimets
Baltimore or Nottingham MD-212 (Zone 7a)
Life is "mind over matter". If I d
Your Day Lilies may have become root-bound. That is when blooming suffers.
8 Years is wayyyy to long! Usually, DL's need to be divided every 3 years.

Dig up all of them--hose the clump clean and then look to see where you can divide them.
Usually--every clump of leaves also has it's own roots. SO! If you cam manage to pull
all the leaf-clumps apart--you should have nice sections to re-plant. share, give away etc...
If they are all to big a solid mass of roots--get a nice sharp kitchen knife and cut them apart.
YES! You can do this!!!

If you do this--and re-plant your divisions--you will not see blooms the next year.
But--the year after that--you should have a nice, blooming, fresh bunch of DL's.


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