In mid May one afternoon, I was knee-deep in the garden, wearing my ultra-buff-woman Carharts, pulling up some possibly dead tall grass shrub thingy. I equally cursed the previous owners of my landscape while realizing that another grassy plant nearby would make a perfect border.
Thank you Pinterest for identifying the fabulous border plant as a Daylily. I hacked some huge Daylillies apart and made a border for a future, blueberry patch.
Flash-forward to August 31st; the transplants took well and even flowered a month later. I'll definitely be dividing more this fall. They make great borders because they grow thickly and their root system rises a little out of the ground, which keeps mulch in nicely.
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