A gardener should plant daylily bulbs in autumn. The plant blooms in spring, summer and fall, but needs a cold dormant period to develop properly. More »

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Plant daylilies in the early fall or spring. Daylilies are hardy perennials that thrive in both warm and cold climates, in planting zones three through nine. They require at least six hours of sun per day, so select a su... More »

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Prune day lilies by removing dead blossoms and trimming back stalks as they cease to flower or produce new buds. Pull or trim leaves when they yellow or turn brown, and in fall, prune back any remaining leaves to no more... More »

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Pansies, late flowering bulbs and autumn crocus are good flowers to plant in July. In addition, planting herbaceous plants is possible in July, even though they are unlikely to flower until the next year. More »

According to The National Gardening Association, in order to care for an Astilbe plant, a gardener must apply compost regularly, water it well during the summer and thin the plants every few years. The Astilbe are thinne... More »

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The best time of year to plant chrysanthemums is in the spring if the gardener wants a perennial plant. If an annual plant is desired, chrysanthemums can be planted as late as fall. More »

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Among the most commonly-planted bulbs in autumn, crocus bulbs are available for purchase in most home and gardening stores such as Home Depot and Lowe's. In addition, mail-order nursery companies including John Scheepers... More »

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