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Deadheading Lilies?

I have some Stella D'Oro daylilies. When I deadhead the blooms of my lilies, do I just take the blooms off or the whole stem?

By Peggy Clark

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March 24, 20120 found this helpful

To deadhead lilies, just remove the spent/dead blooms. The purpose of deadheading is to remove those blooms to stimulate the growth of new blooms. If you remove the entire stem, you are actually destroying the plant.

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