The best time to transplant daylilies is in the early spring or early fall, although they will tolerate transplanting at any time of year. Moderate soil temperature helps them become established more quickly. If they are transplanted in early spring they will still bloom that year. Daylilies transplanted in summer may not bloom again until the next year. If transplanted in the fall, they will need at least six weeks before frost to become established.
Answered on June 10, 2018
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