Daylilies bloom season is approximately 30 to 40 days, from late spring to fall, with single blooms lasting a single day, according to SFGate. A daylily plant is capable of producing hundreds of blooms during a season. More »

The midsummer-blooming daylily variety Fellow has 7-inch purple blooms atop 2-foot stems and pairs well with Country Melody, a fragrant day lily with 5-inch yellow-throated bright pink flowers. The 5-inch blooms of Karen... More »

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Using the wrong fertilizer and not planting daylilies in the proper location can prevent blooming. Overcrowding daylilies, planting them at the wrong depth and disease can also prevent blooming. More »

Prune spirea immediately after the spring bloom season, according to SFGate. Pruning can make some spirea varieties have a second bloom season. Spirea grows in USDA Hardiness Zones of 5 to 9. More »

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Prune a magnolia tree after its first flush of blooms to avoid inadvertently removing flowering branches, and prune trees that bloom all season long early in the growing season. Don't remove more than one-third of the tr... More »

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Pine trees have adapted to winter weather and a shorter growing season with a conical tree shape that allows them to shed snow, and by staying green year-round so they can produce food through photosynthesis early in spr... More »

After losing their leaves during the winter season, trees begin to grow new leaves and flowers once again in spring. According to Top Marks, this occurs because with the coming of spring, soil and air temperatures start ... More »