daylily in pots?

Would anyone know if daylilys(full size ones) can handle living in pots for a while as they have outgrown their bed and it will take a while to prepare more beds. Say 9months- 18 months? I would like to divide the ones I have into individual pots for each division. Ta
Barbara QLD Australia similar to TX or Florida or Alabama.
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Yes, no worries. Keep them watered.
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Don't let them dry out. They should survive.
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How big are the pots you plan on using?
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they will live fine sitting on top of a compost heap. yeah, daylilies are the survivors right in there with hostas and lily of the valley. Ingrid

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