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Happy Mix - Daylily Bulbs

Shipping Zones 7-9; Pre-Order Zones 2-6

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5 Roots $30.00 -+
10 Roots $54.25 10% -+
25 Roots $126.05 16% -+
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  • 5 Roots

    $30.00
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    $54.25
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    $126.05
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Features: Attracts Pollinators, Container Garden, Easy to Grow & Maintain, Fast Growing, Fragrant, Drought Tolerant

Description

The colors of this Happy Mix appear subtly muted but still glorious. The outer petals are rose, lavender, pink and yellow tones, while the inner flower is a contrasting color. Daylilies are so easy to grow, so there’s really no reason to skip out on a beautiful (and happy) summer garden.

Facts

Name:
Daylily Roots - Happy Mix
Botanical Name:
Hemerocallis
Life Cycle:
Perennial
Bulb/Tuber/Root Size:
No. 1
Light Requirement:
Full Sun, Partial Sun
Planting Season:
Spring
Color:
Mixed
Blooms:
Early Summer, Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Fall, Late Fall
Plant Height:
up to 24 inches
Plant Spacing:
12 to 18 inches
Plant Depth:
Top of Root Should Be No More Than 1 inches Below Soil
Hardiness Zones:
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Ships:
Spring
Name:
Daylily Roots - Happy Mix
Botanical Name:
Hemerocallis
Life Cycle:
Perennial
Bulb/Tuber/Root Size:
No. 1
Light Requirement:
Full Sun, Partial Sun
Planting Season:
Spring
Color:
Mixed
Blooms:
Early Summer, Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Fall, Late Fall
Plant Height:
up to 24 inches
Plant Spacing:
12 to 18 inches
Plant Depth:
Top of Root Should Be No More Than 1 inches Below Soil
Hardiness Zones:
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Ships:
Spring

Where to Plant:

Daylilies require full sun (North cooler zones) but can tolerate light shade (South warmer zones) as long as they receive at least six hours of full sunlight every day. Prior to planting, loosening the soil to allow oxygen into the soil is recommended.

Compost or manure are often used to help fertilize Daylilies, and is recommended especially to those with nutrient poor soil. Fertilize the plants two to three weeks after planting. Fertilize once in early spring and, if preferred, again in late summer.

How to Plant:

Daylilies should be planted in relatively shallow holes; the size of the bulbs will determine the size of the hole. The hole should be wide and deep enough to place the bulb inside without bending the roots, plant with the eyes toward the surface. The top of the bulb should be close to one inch under the surface.

We recommend watering the Daylily immediately upon planting them. Daylilies do not like to get dried out, but they do not like to be kept in a soggy environment. Unless you are in an extremely dry climate, regular watering after planting is unnecessary. As is common, Daylilies prefer a heavy watering once a week as opposed to a daily light watering.

How to Care for your Daylilies:

Regularly weed the area around the plant to avoid root confusion when you go to transplant or separate your bulbs.

Remove dead blooms and leaves if you prefer a manicured appearance. In the late fall, trim the remaining dead leaves down to ground level, and place mulch on top of the root system to protect the roots from cold freezing winter month temperatures.

In the north, spring planting is advised. In colder climates, if daylilies are planted in the fall, they often die because they do not have time to form new roots and begin to anchor before winter arrives. Some experienced gardeners in the north will fall plant, but they consider the hardiness of the plant and take preventive measures like mulching.

In the south, the best times to plant are early spring or very late fall. Note that daylilies planted in July-September face a high probability of rotting if humidity and temperatures are high (i.e. over 90 degrees).

Look up your Hardiness Zone!
USDA Zones

Shipping Season: Spring

Pre-ordered Daylilies are shipped at the proper planting time for your zone. Enter your USDA ZIP code above the map to find your zone. Due to time in transit, your Daylily Bulbs may have some moisture in the bag. This is normal and should not affect the viability.

Zones 9-12: Shipping Begins in Late February to Early March


Zone 8: Shipping Begins in Early to Mid March


Zone 7: Shipping Begins in Mid to Late March


Zone 6: Shipping Begins in Early April


Zone 5: Shipping Begins in Late April


Zone 2-4: Shipping Begins in Late April to Early May


In-season orders ship immediately at the time of purchase to all zones until inventory is depleted. 

All orders will receive an email confirmation of shipping once they leave our warehouse. This confirmation will include a tracking number which will confirm the method of shipment and provide an estimated date of delivery.

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