Bold and bright, daylillies add vibrant color to summer gardens. Our resident floral guru, Senior Stylist Buffy Hargett Miller, shares how to grow your best and brightest daylillies ever, from planting to upkeep.
Dandylillies are one of the easiest [UNKNOWN] to grow. So if you're a beginner, this is the one for you. You're gonna need to water them well and mulch with two to three inches of pine straw or pine bar. This holds in the moisture and cuts down on weeds. Dandylillies tolerate nearly every type of well drained Soil. These blossoms are like deer candy so be sure to add some deer repellent. A disease you want to look out for is daylily rust. You'll recognize this by the brownish orange spots on the leaves. You can enjoy daylillies all summer long by planting early season bloomers. Mid-season bloomers and late season bloomers. I love having day lilies to bring into the house, and I hope you'll try adding these to your [UNKNOWN] garden. [MUSIC]