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A popular addition to many landscapes, these lily-look-alikes provide a range of bloom times and colors making it possible to have full-season color from a single species of plant.
The daylily is known for its hardy nature and willingness to tolerate a variety of soil types.
in some cases, the trumpet-shaped blossoms range in color from pale yellow to blazing golden hues, mauves, pinks, and even reds.
Blade-like foliage arches gracefully and blankets
in lush green when planted in mass.
Some of our varieties are irresistible as specimen plants while others are perfect for background plantings or
We've done the work of narrowing down the many available varieties to the best out there.
You will find some of the most reliable varieties listed below with individual plant information such as: bloom color, bloom characteristics, height, bloom time and winter habit in zone.
Slightly fragrant sunny golden 2 1/2" blooms begin in early summer on this compact (8-12") daylily with dense foliage and an abundance of reblooming flowers. A more compact semi-evergreen (in southern zones) daylily.
('Fulva', Tawny/Tiger Daylily) The native daylily is famous for colorful clementine-orange blossoms with a burgundy/yellow throat on 28-32" foliage. Tolerates most soil conditions. A hardy garden staple.
Purplish red 2 3/4" blooms with a yellow throat and ruffled edge begin in early summer on this daylily with dense foliage and an abundance of reblooming flowers. A moderately compact semi-evergreen (in southern zones) daylily.
Crimson version of Stella de Oro, this ravishing daylily offers 3" wine blooms bleeding into a green-yellow streaked throat. Begins flowering in June and reblooms persistantly until first frost, 14-20" tall.