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15 Hybridizer Daylilies

$20.99 for a Mix of 15 Bare-Root Hybridizer Daylily Plants ($50 List Price). Free Shipping.

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Questions and Answers 33 questions

Commonly Asked Questions

Q:

Are daylilies deer resistant? Or will they be eaten up by animals?

sonia k.  asked on  May 4, 2013

A:

Daylilies are deer and animal resistant.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  May 4, 2013

Q:

Are these plants or just bulbs? How old are the plants and how tall are they when shipped? Doug

doug b.  asked on  May 4, 2013

A:

You will receive 2 year old plants with this Groupon deal.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  May 4, 2013

Q:

will they bloom the first year they are planted? joy

joy  asked on  May 4, 2013

A:

Yes, they will bloom the first year they are planted.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  May 4, 2013

Q:

Do they come up again next year?

Barbara D.  asked on  May 4, 2013

A:

Yes, they are perennials.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  May 4, 2013

More Questions and Answers

Q:

What are the size of these plants? Are they just the bulb/root bundle (approximate size) or a small plant, such as a 1 quart?

Janelle  asked on  May 4, 2013

A:

You will receive bare root plants. The plants are 2 years old.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  May 6, 2013

Q:

Do these have to be separated when planting to prevent cross pollination?

Diana G.  asked on  May 4, 2013

A:

These do not have to be separated to prevent cross pollination.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  May 6, 2013

Q:

How many plants do we get for $20.99?

Emerlinda I.  asked on  May 6, 2013

A:

This deal is $20.99 for 15 bare-root hybridizer daylily plants.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  May 6, 2013

Q:

Can I specify a do not ship before date?

Patricia R.  asked on  May 5, 2013

A:

I am sorry but you will not be able to specify a do not ship before date.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  May 6, 2013

Q:

Do you pay the shipping?

Elizabeth T.  asked on  May 5, 2013

A:

The shipping is free for this item.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  May 6, 2013

Q:

When I Google Michigan Nurseries, I just come up with dozens of nurseries in Michigan and nothing under than specific name. Do they have a website?

lesley s.  asked on  May 4, 2013

A:

I am sorry but Michigan Nurseries does not have a website.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  May 6, 2013

Q:

It says the spacing should be 18"-24" apart. Does that mean each daylily should be that far apart from each other? Seems like it will look silly with one bloom every 18 inches....if so, then how do you get that cluster look?

Linda S.  asked on  May 5, 2013

A:

18-24" is recommended. You can plant as close as desired to achieve the effect you want.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  May 5, 2013

Q:

1 - Any idea how many seasons they will bloom for (including this first season)? Or at least a minimum? 2 - Once they bloom, and the color is known, can they be dug up and moved around or would that kill them? When would be the best time to do that - while in bloom or when dormant in late fall? Thank you.

K. L.  asked on  May 5, 2013

A:

They are perennials and will come back year after year.

They can be transplanted easily. It can be done when they are dormant or actively growing. If transplanting when growing, cut back foilage to 2-3" before digging.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  May 5, 2013

Q:

how much planting area would you need / recommend for 15 bulbs? x ft by y ft area

Edward D.  asked on  May 4, 2013

A:

Spacing should be 18-24", but they can be planted closer if preferred.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  May 5, 2013

Q:

I know that I will not know the color of the flowers until they bloom, but can I be assured at least that I will receive a variety of colors, not all yellow or gold?

Susan H.  asked on  May 4, 2013

A:

The mix will have at least 3 different colors.

Allison J.  from  Self  replied on  May 4, 2013

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