Daylilies can be planted at any time of the year but early spring and early fall are hailed as the best time for their plantation. You can start them indoors or outdoors, depending on your feasibility. It requires moist, well-drained, loose loamy soil along with the added goodness of organic compost, wood chips, rotten leaves, or old manure.
Daylilies should be planted in a spot that receives at least 4 to 6 hours of sun exposure. If you are planting dar-colored cultivars, make sure they receive some afternoon for preserving their highly-prized color. Water them well to keep the soil moist.
Daylily seeds take 1-2 weeks to germinate and take about a year or so to get established and hit their stride. Their blooming phase, although short, is an event to behold that occurs from March to April in the South and May or sometimes June in the North.
Various pollinators, such as butterflies, flies, hummingbirds, and bees, come to the garden and pollinate the daylilies so that they can carry on with the process of seed production. These seeds can be saved to be sown again to start a new daylily plant.