Inwood Daylily Plants
Inwood Daylily Plants (Hemerocallis) bulbs, tubers have outstanding yellow, deep plum red color, green eye. And large 6 inch. Its’ lacy petals with yellow green throat accent this beauty! Re-bloomer.
About Daylily Plants, Tubers, Bulbs
Daylily plants are sold as bulbs, tubers. They are in Hemerocallis family and native to Asia. Also, China, Korea, and Japan. They are popular worldwide because of the showy flowers. As well as hardiness. But also, most parts of the daylily plant are edible. With over 80,000 registered cultivars, hundreds of cultivars have fragrant flowers. Moreover, scented cultivars are appearing more frequently. Furthermore, some earlier blooming cultivars re-bloom later in the season. Additionally, if their seeds are removed.
Daylily plants are the most carefree of all flowering perennials. They grow quickly and are long lived. Also, thriving in almost any type of soil. They love wet soil and grow in sun or shade. And are rarely troubled by insect pests or disease. Also, Daylily plants will dazzle with their big, plentiful, colorful flowers. Blooming starts in midsummer and continues into early fall. Additionally, new blossoms open each day. Most daylilies are winter hardy in zones 4-9.
Inwood Daylily Plants Location
For best results, grow Inwood daylily plants in full sun. They also grow well in partial shade. However, they will produce fewer flowers. Daylilies love wet soil but will also grow in arid conditions. However, flowers will be less colorful. Plant Inwood daylily plants, bulbs, tubers in early spring while the plants are still dormant.
Perennial Gardens, native woodlands, difficult slopes, wet areas, foundations and fence lines, large containers are all good areas for Daylily plants. They add midsummer colors to areas that have difficulty growing other plants.
Inwood Daylily Plants Care
Planting Inwood Daylily plants is very easy. Loosen the soil to a depth of 12”. Then, mix in several handfuls of compost. And our Power Grow Fall Plant Food Fertilzer. Place the daylily in the hole so the crown of the plant (where the roots meet the stem) is just above the soil line. Cover and place our Power Grow Spring Plant Food Fertilizer near the plant. Water heavy.
Daylilies are not fussy about soil. Also, thriving in places that are too wet or too dry for other perennials. Water infrequently, but deep. Make sure the water soaks down into the root zone. Mulching around newly planted Inwood daylily plants will keep the soil moist. And reduce weed competition.
Like most perennials, it takes daylilies a year or two to get established. Then grow like crazy! Once they do, they’ll bloom reliably for many years.
Inwood Daylily Plants Blooming Care
Each Inwood daylily plants flower lasts just one day. So, keeping them attractive, snap off the spent flowers. Equally, taking care not to disturb nearby buds. Once the flower stems finish blooming, cut them back to the ground. Therefore, keeping the plants looking neat. Also, preventing them from putting energy into seed production.
Inwood Daylily plants foliage usually turns yellow. Then, fades late fall. However, some varieties stay green throughout winter. Spent foliage may be removed (unless the plants are evergreen). Fertilize daylily plants each Fall. Then again in Spring using our Power Grow Plant Fall and Spring Food. This keeps foliage and roots healthy. Additionally, keeping blooms vibrant and colorful!
Daylilies will grow for many years without any attention. However, the plants will produce more flowers if they are divided every 5 years. Best done late summer, after the plants have finished blooming.
Inwood Dalylily plants, tubers bulbs appreciate mulching every year. Bark dust, grass clippings, and leaves. Doing this, also keeps weeds down.