We also had a 'holding garden' on the east side of our house that I used for keeping plants I planned to sell or rehab. That area was cleared of plants and turned back into grass as well.
Ange wanted some of our shorter daylilies removed for more back-friendly deadheading in the future. Many of the large clumps were divided into four to six plants each and given away. This process needed to happen to make gardening easier. I did experience one minor slip-up in August when I purchased a new daylily, which I promised myself I wouldn't do. What can I say? It's an addiction.
Also pictured are a few of the plants/daylilies that found new homes.