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Re: neglected daylilies

> Back on subject, I have some daylilies that were bred here by a local lady.
> They aren't named as apparently they weren't "good enough" for her. But
> they get gigantic and they smell wonderful. I have neglected them horribly
> and they bloom for a long time. 
> They are completely dormant in the winter. I'm wondering if they'll survive
> zone five. I guess I should take one fan and plant it outside and keep some
> in a pot just in case huh?

Just one?

Dig 'em up, plant a potful, and stick the rest in a paper bag.  They'll 
last a while.


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