of all, the plant should be very dense and not thriving any
more. When this is the case, dig up the plant ensuring that
as little root damage is done as possible. When the plant
has been removed from the ground, any excess soil should be
gently removed. Next, using a sharp knife, the plants should
be cut into equal sizes, ensuring that each plant has a sufficient
step is actually transplanting daylilies. When transplanting
daylilies, it is important to make sure that the new location
will provide for good growing conditions. The plants require
a minimum of six hours of direct sunlight per day, although
they will prefer full sunlight. When transplanting daylilies,
dig a hole large enough for the entire root structure and
then some. The plant should be given ample room to have its
roots spread out.
roots should be spread out into the hole and dirt should be
applied in small amounts and pressed down firmly, to avoid
any air pockets. If, after transplanting daylilies, any air
pockets remain in the soil, the plants will have trouble surviving.
After the transplanting daylilies step, water should be applied
so that it reaches at least eight to ten inches under the
surface of the soil.