The spent flowers of Little Grapette Daylily can be deadheaded to keep the plant looking tidy. The dead flower stalks, called scapes, can be pulled once they’ve completely dried. In spring, the leaves and stalks of last year can be cleaned up to keep your bed tidy.
While drought tolerant, watering Little Grapette Daylily during drought will keep the foliage full and attractive.
In periods of low moisture, some foliage may brown out and become unattractive. These damaged parts of the plant can be removed once supplemental water has been provided.
Little Grapette Daylily should be divided every 3 years in spring to improve flowering and reduce crowding. Dig up the clump, remove ½ to ¾ of the mass, and replant the remaining portion. Water well after replanting to develop a healthy, deep root system.