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Old 18-10-2003, 01:32 AM
Barbara Yanus
 
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Default Relocating Daylilies

Is it too late to relocate my daylilies? I need to move some that didn't
bloom this year because they received too much shade from other plants that
have grown HUGE. I'm in zone 6b and we haven't had a hard frost yet. It's
just cool, nights in the low 40's.

thanks
Bebra

NE PA
zone 6b



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Old 18-10-2003, 02:42 AM
Phisherman
 
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Default Relocating Daylilies

Sure, it's not too late. Give them some compost, a little bonemeal,
and water. We are having cooler days (finally) making yardwork more
enjoyable. Daylilies benefit from division after 5 years.

On Sat, 18 Oct 2003 00:22:08 GMT, "Barbara Yanus"
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Is it too late to relocate my daylilies? I need to move some that didn't
bloom this year because they received too much shade from other plants that
have grown HUGE. I'm in zone 6b and we haven't had a hard frost yet. It's
just cool, nights in the low 40's.

thanks
Bebra

NE PA
zone 6b


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