The Plantsman’s Nursery


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A common myth among gardeners is that Hemerocallis need lots of space. Whereas in truth there are many compact neat forms suitable for smaller gardens. Some are small in growth and stature, others have miniature heads, sometimes only a couple of inches in diameter. The majority of Hemerocallis can be grown in pots as long as the pot size is relative to the growth rate of the cultivar, and we recommend repotting and/or dividing every 3-4 years. If plants are containerised, ensure that adequate watering is given during the spring to encourage the blooms to form

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