Succulents to Plant With Daylilies?

Answer Daylilies are hardy perennial plants that flourish in United States hardiness zones 3 through 9. The plant presents long, narrow deep green leaves. Flowers are up to 3 inches wide and trumpet shape... Read More »

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How do I plant daylilies?

Planting MethodPrepare the soil in a location that receives full sun to partial shade. Till compost or other organic matter into the top 8 to 10 inches of soil. Dig a hole slightly larger and dee... Read More »

How to Plant Daylilies?

Daylilies are hardy yet beautiful plants that tolerate poor soil conditions and thrive in a wide variety of climates. Daylily varieties stand anywhere from 18 inches (46 cm) to a lofty 60 inches (1... Read More »

When is the best time of year to plant the succulents of a Echinopsis Spachiana?

Generally, it's best to plant the babies of Echinopsis spachiana during the growing season. That time in the case of the torch cactus is spring or early summer. The babies tend to be called offsets... Read More »

How do I plant daylilies in Alabama?

Buy LocallyFind daylilies that have been grown on USDA zone 7 or 8 or buy yours from one of the half-dozen daylily societies in Alabama. Not all daylilies grow in all zones but Alabama gardeners ha... Read More »