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Re: neglected daylilies


Kitty - over time they can settle in and get too deep to bloom.  Pat
had some across the street that hadn't bloomed in years.  We dug them
up, put in a little compost and replanted them a bit higher and guess
what?  Now they bloom.


On 8/19/05, kmrsy <kmrsy@netzero.net> wrote:
> I just dug up some daylilies.  I bought them 20 yrs ago and moved them a few
> years later where they stayed until now.  Only a few still bloomed.  I dug
> up the mess, and they seemed quite healthy, just desperate for some
> breathing room.  I potted up 68 quarts and about 20 gallons.  Do you think
> they will be revived or did I just waste my time?
> 
> Kitty
> neIN, Z5
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Kemp TX
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