Daylilies grow well with water, fertilizer and mulch. The daylily bears large, orange, red or yellow blooms. Their blooms last only one day. A new bloom appears the next day, so there is constant blooming throughout the ... More »

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Care for daylilies in the winter by digging up the plants, dividing the clumps, and replanting the lilies. Prune down the foliage to within a few inches of the ground, and continue to water the plants for at least a week... More »

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The proper way to care for a Stella d’Oro daylily is to deadhead the spent flowers, so that it reblooms more profusely, according to About.com. Additionally, it is important to remove brown foliage during late fall. More »

Taking care of an Arabian jasmine plant requires choosing a prime area for planting, watering regularly, binding the stems, and adding mulch and fertilizer. The fertilizer type should be 10-10-10, and pruning shears are ... More »

To care for roses, provide plenty of sunlight and fertile soil, water the plant an inch every week, provide fertilizer and mulch, and prune the plant when necessary. Growing roses is not difficult, but they require regul... More »

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To care for a jasmine plant, place it in a warm, sun-lit location with plenty of room to grow, add fertilizer and mulch, then water it regularly. Additionally, pinch back the stems and prune as needed during the dormant ... More »

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Typically, grape hyacinths don't need a lot of care after flowering, as no fertilizer is needed, pruning is not required when the plants are flowering and natural rainfall patterns provide adequate water. However, when t... More »

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