These are the most adaptable plants and can thrive in zones 2-10. They can survive full sun and even the mid-day scorching one, but you should note that this affects the flower quality. Daylilies can also grow in slightly acidic soils but should not be allowed to dry.
Hemerocallis blooms in early, mid, and late summer. Therefore, you can grow these plants anytime in autumn and spring. For the late bloomers, you can plant them in the early summer. However, although these plants are maintenance-free, you may need to water those planted in the summer until they become mature.
Although they are maintenance-free, you should divide the plants when they start being too crowded. Another way of caring for these flowers is by feeding them with a general-purpose fertilizer. You can mulch your plants or lift them during the late fall, especially if they are healthy for blooms after the frost.