Answered on July 17, 2011
No pruning necessary. Just cut off all spent scapes (bloom and stem). Some daylilies are "reblooming" and will give you another set of blooms later in the season. Some are "extended" which provide a long season of bloom. Some bloom once a season and that is it. I don't know of any that bloom all summer, however. They need a rest period.
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