DAYLILY SEEDS, Hemerocallis (Daylilies) hardy, long-lived perennials
Many gardeners would prefer to grow plants from seed as opposed to purchasing plants that have already grown for a season or two.
Store the seeds in the fridge until it is time to start them indoors in late winter. In the deep south, daylily seeds may be sown in the fall.
This will allow the plant to adapt to the garden that they are grown in more quickly. Many places are available that sell daylily seeds. They can be found in several ways.
Hemerocallis (Daylilies) hardy, long-lived perennials- Seeds
Hemerocallis is a genus of hardy, long-lived perennials related to Lilies. Each plant produces several flower stalks with up to a dozen buds. The budsopen in series, but a flower lasts only a day, giving the plant its common name, Daylily. By growing different varieties, you can enjoy blooms from mid-June until frost in a rainbow of colors (except blue). Daylilies grow vigorously, help suppress weeds, and are generally free from pests and disease. They thrive in full sun or light shade and tolerate many types of soil.
Sow the seeds into pots of moist seed-starting mix, 1/2" deep. It is important to keep daylily seeds consistently moist during germination because they tend to die if they dry out. Set them in a bright window or under lights at normal room temperature (about 70 degrees). Seedlings should begin to appear in 2-6 weeks, but some may take as long as 3-4 months. Transplant the seedlings into the garden when danger of frost is past and they are large enough to resist slug damage.
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