Daylilies

Daylilies
One of the easiest and most rewarding of all perennials for the sunny garden, the Daylily (Hemerocallis) is long-lived, blooms for months, and needs almost no care. Great for mass plantings, accents, and edging beds, driveways, or walks. Lack of fussiness makes Daylily a long-standing "regular" for mailbox plantings!

Daylily Stella de Oro
Hemerocallis 'Stello de Oro.' The classic Daylily for American gardens, popular for its reliably long bloom season and garden toughness. Gold flowers begin late spring and rebloom until frost; a large planting is rarely out of bloom. Celebrated as the longest-blooming Daylily ever, it also stands up to rough weather and stress. Use in the border or as a groundcover. Space 1 foot apart. Z 3-10. 1-2'h x 1-2'w. Full sun to part shade.

Daylily Happy Returns
Hemerocallis 'Happy Returns.' Lemon-yellow blooms 3 inches wide keep coming from late spring until hard frost. Happy Returns is the yellow version of Stella de Oro, with unstoppable bloom power. Space 12 inches apart. Z 3-9. 18"h x 18"w. Full sun to part shade.

Black Eyed Stella Daylily
Hemerocallis 'Black Eyed Stella.' Blooming 9 months out of the year in most climates, this descendent of Stella de Oro (above) offers 3-inch blooms of yellow with a bold red eye and dark green foliage. Excellent in the border or in containers. Space 2 feet apart. Z 3-9. 26"h x 24"w. Full sun to part shade.

Daylily Aztec Gold
Hemerocallis 'Aztec Gold.' 3-inch golden-yellow blooms begin in late spring and continue all summer. Named for the rich shade of gold used by the Aztec Indians, it is ideal for southwestern themed landscapes. Rapidly forms clumps, creating a solid mass of color. Space 1 to 2 feet apart. Z 3-10. 1-2'h x 1-2'w. Full sun to part shade.

Daylily Strawberry Candy
Hemerocallis 'Strawberry Candy.' Award-winning 4-inch blooms of creamy strawberry with a darker eyezone and yellow throat rebloom all summer long. Space 18 inches apart. Z 3-9. 26"h x 24"w. Full sun to part shade.

Daylily Pardon Me
Hemerocallis 'Pardon Me.' These bright red 3-inch flowers arise in late summer and continue into fall, earning Pardon Me the reputation of best reblooming red Daylily. Superb for the border or in a mass planting, where they really stand out. Space 10 to 18 inches apart. Z 3-9. 18"h x 18"w. Full sun to part shade.

Daylily Barbara Mitchell
Hemerocallis 'Barbara Mitchell.' Enormous 6-inch flowers of pale pink with a light green throat begin in late spring and repeat throughout the summer. The petals are ruffled, and the plant is very well-branched, creating even more flowering stems than most Daylilies. Very long-blooming. Space 18 inches apart. Z 3-9. 20"h x 20"w. Full sun to part shade.

Daylily Sammy Russell Red
Hemerocallis 'Sammy Russell Red.' Bright red blooms with a gold throat arise all summer on this bargain-priced Daylily. Ideal for a mass planting. Space 12 inches apart. Z 3-9. 30"h x 24"w. Full sun to part shade.

Daylily Hyperion
Hemerocallis 'Hyperion.' The standard for landscaping Daylilies, this classic favorite sets fragrant 5-inch blooms of icy yellow in early summer. Best planted in mass, it covers even a large area very quickly. A landscaping favorite for generations! Space 12 to 18 inches apart. Z 3-9. 30"h x 24"w. Full sun to part shade.

Daylily Russian Rhapsody
Hemerocallis 'Russian Rhapsody.' Stunning 6-inch flowers of hard-to-find purple arise first in late spring, then repeat all summer. Best in a mass planting. Space 2 feet apart. Z 4-10. 30"h x 24"w. Full sun to part shade.

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