Growing daylilies from seed is easy and can be sown directly in the ground in most climates. In moist soil with lots of incorporated organic matter, sow the seeds at a depth of 1.5 – 2 cm.
Keep the soil moist until seedlings emerge, which should take 1 to 2 weeks. If starting the seeds indoors, don’t transplant them out until all chance of frost has passed in the spring.
It may take 2 – 3 years for your new daylilies to produce flowers, but when they do, they’ll be in a colour and pattern that may be completely new to the world!
If you are new to daylilies, please know that the size and shape of seeds can vary tremendously. Some are large, some are small, some dry with little if any wrinkling, while others wrinkle.

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