Can you move daylilies in early spring?

Yikes! They are coming to cement over my daylily bed and they have just started to sprout greenery. Can I dig them up and move them to another place in my yard safely or will it kill them?
  8 answers
  • Jan Goodin Jan Goodin on Apr 03, 2015
    @No search results.Pamela,Yes day lilies are so tolerant. The earlier you move them the better. Will give them time to recover from surgery. Good luck.

  • Nancy Nesbitt Nancy Nesbitt on Apr 03, 2015
    This is a great time to move the daylilies. They are one tough plant. You can also divide them if you wish. Just keep them moist if it doesn't rain much where you live.

  • Nancy Hebb Nancy Hebb on Apr 03, 2015
    best time to move them.

  • Karen Harper Karen Harper on Apr 03, 2015
    Yes, you can move them anytime almost. Especially if their coming to cement over them! Ge3t them outta there! They'll be fine, i'vehad them bloom after I dug them up, sitting in a cloumb under the tree!

    • Pamela Scruggs Pamela Scruggs on Apr 03, 2015
      well I'm going to get my pitch fork and get out there and move them today it just rained yesterday so I hope the soil is nice and soft I have a new place for them to live. my husband decided to extend the driveway so that we could park an extra car and he has no concept of how painstakingly I planted those day lillies years ago...MEN!!

  • Elizabeth Elizabeth on Apr 04, 2015
    If they are going to pour cement where the daylilies don't have much of a choice. I think they will be fine tho.

  • SJ Apple SJ Apple on Apr 05, 2015
    Yes, I thinned mine out in the spring, replanted and they are more beautiful than before. Good luck!

  • Void Strongvillage Void Strongvillage on Apr 07, 2015
    I move mine around all year, except when they're in bloom. They can take a lot of punishment, they are super hardy and drought tolerant.

  • Pamela Scruggs Pamela Scruggs on Apr 18, 2015
    Update: I moved my daylillies and my thanks to my home talk friends I got up the courage, took the plunge and all is well !