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Re: A Daylily Question

Thanks Ran.

If you can go through August up there in the Artic, we can probably do it through November down here.  Of course, I guess it helps to have that insulating blanket of snow you get in September.



Ransom Lydell wrote:

ChickHere , we do most of the daylily digging and re setting and potting during August.ThanksRan
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, August 01, 2001 9:35 PM
Subject: A Daylily Question
 For anyone out there who grows daylilies commercially in

We have a ton a daylilies in the ground and want to get them

out and into containers.  Is there a problem with potting
them late in the summer or into fall?  I don't like to pot
hostas after early August here, do I have to be careful with

daylilies too?


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