How to Divide and Transplant Lilies?

Answer Lilies are perennial plants that will flourish in the same location for years. However, lily beds will eventually grow overcrowded due to natural reproduction by the plants. Overcrowded plants will... Read More »

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How do I divide day lilies?

Digging Up DayliliesRemove all extra dirt and mulch from around the clump of the daylilies. Use a large garden fork or a sharp shovel to remove the clump of daylilies, staying 6 to 8 inches away fr... Read More »

When can I transplant stargazer lilies?

Stargazer lilies should be planted in the spring and divided, or transplanted, in the fall. To transplant them, use a garden fork to gently ease a clump of lilies out of the ground. Separate the sm... Read More »

How to Transplant Canna Lilies?

Canna lilies grow from tender, summer-flowering rhizomes. These plants with their lily-like blooms thrive in warm areas that experience very little winter frost. Grow them year-round in garden beds... Read More »

How do I split& transplant day lilies?

Removing Day LiliesDig several inches from the edge of the clump and down. Loosen the soil all the way around the clump of day lilies before lifting the entire clump. If dividing a clump, loosen di... Read More »