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Daylily Root, Dominic

Hemerocallis
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Beautify your garden with Dominic daylily! This early-mid season bloomer produces velvety, 14 cm (5.5") reddish-black petals with faint midribs and contrasting lemon-yellow throats. It is a vigorous grower and produces breathtaking blooms that are sure to make a statement. Plus, Dominic daylily is a reblooming variety!

 

  • Quantity per Package: 1 bare-root
  • Bulb Size: #1
  • SKU: 143955
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Grow best in
Grows
Best In:
Full sun|Partial sun
Days to germination
Days to
Germination:
7 to 14 days
Water needs
Water
Needs:
Average 2.5-5 cm (1-2") per week
Days to maturity
Days to
Maturity:
6 to 8 weeks
Growing height
Growing Height:
75 cm (30")
Key Features Chevron Down Chevron Forward
  • Plant Type: Flower
  • Botanical Name: Hemerocallis
  • Characteristics: Low maintenance, reblooming, rabbit resistant, drought tolerant, attracts pollinators, extremely hardy
  • Plant Lifecycle: Perennial (returns every year)
  • Color: Reddish black, lemon yellow
  • Water Needs: Average 2.5-5 cm (1-2") per week
  • Hardiness Zone(s): 3 to 9
  • Harvest/Bloom Season: Mid summer and again in late summer
  • Growth Habit: Upright and arching
  • Scent: Sweet fragrance
  • Tolerance: Drought tolerant|Clay soil tolerant
Instructions Chevron Down Chevron Forward
    Growing Instructions:

    Daylilies are shipped as dormant bare-roots and for best results, it is important that they be planted promptly upon arrival. If you are not able to plant the root(s) upon arrival, keep them in the bag and store in a cool 1°C (34°F), dry, dark location for a day or two. If the roots and medium in the bag are dry, mist them with water to moisten.

    • It is a good idea to soak the root(s) for 30 to 60 minutes before planting. Soaking will hydrate the plants and reduces the stress associated with the drying of soil around the roots after planting.
    • Daylilies should be planted after the last frost in a well-draining, organic rich soil in full sun or part sun. They bloom best in a location that receives 6 to 8 hours of sun each day.
    • Prior to planting, soil can be amended with compost or well-rotted mature to improve fertility and drainage. Loosen the soil to a depth of 30 cm (12") before planting. After loosening the soil, this is a good time to mix in 5-10 cm (2-4") of well-rotted manure, or compost.
    • Dig a hole about 2 to 3 times as wide and deep as the roots. Create a mound of soil in the bottom of the hole. Position the bare-root on top of the mound and spread the roots out around the mound of soil holding the crown (where the roots come together and meet the stem) just below the soil level, 2.5 cm (1") deep. Any growth on top of the crown should be at the soil surface level. Carefully backfill the hole with soil and lightly tamp the soil over the newly planted root to remove any air pockets. Water thoroughly to settle the soil. Space daylilies 46-61 cm (18-24") apart. As soon as you see green shoots breaking through the ground this means the roots have broken dormancy.
    • Daylilies are perennials and will over winter. In the Fall, after a hard frost, cut the leaves down to about 5 cm (2") above the base of the plant.
    • Water needs: Generally plants require 2.5 cm (1") of water per week to be healthy. This can come from rain or self-watering. Deep and less frequent watering is best to promote long roots. More frequent watering may be required in drought-like conditions. Do not water every day. Newly planted daylilies need to be encouraged to send out new roots and they will do that in search of moisture.

    **Not ready to plant? If you are not able to plant the root(s) for more than a day or two, remove the root(s) and plant in a container with moistened potting mix and place in a cool (not freezing), dark location. Storing the roots for an extended period of time can reduce their viability.

  • Planting Depth: 2.5 cm (1")
  • Plant Spacing: 46-61 cm (18-24")

Suggestions Chevron Down Chevron Forward
Growing Suggestions:
  • Planting daylilies too deep can encourage crown rot and may hinder blooming.
  • Most daylilies bloom once per season. You can expect 2 to 3 weeks of blooms from a plant.
  • Newly planted daylilies do not require fertilizing.
  • The first growing year after planting should be focused on establishing strong root systems. It is best to remove flower scapes the first year to focus all energy into the the roots. You will be rewarded with stronger, healthier and more prolific blooming plants the following year.
  • Mulch can be placed around plants to cut down on weeds and conserve moisture
  • It is not necessary to deadhead daylily blooms but you can remove the scapes (flower stalks) of wilted blooms to prevent seed production and to encourage more blooming. Just cut off the scapes at the base of the plant.
  • If you did not cut down leaves in fall, remove dead/dry foliage in early Spring before it produces new growth for the season.

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