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James Burghardt

(Andy Candy Daylily, Daylily)

There are approximately 18 species of daylily, the common name given to most plants in this genus. This liliaceous group of herbaceous perennials is greatly loved by gardeners, breeders and growers alike, which explains why there are approximately 60,000 registered cultivated varieties in existence. Hemerocallis can be evergreen, semi-evergreen or deciduous and most species originate from the temperate regions of China, Japan and Korea.

The plants are clump-forming and some spread...

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Mark A. Miller

(Angel Fire Daylily, Daylily)

Hemerocallis ‘Angel Fire’ produces fragrant, circular blooms which are open during the day. The color is ruby red with a green throat and only a hint of lighter hued mid-veins. The blooms appear mid season in the summer. It is a re-bloomer and the foliage is dormant in the winter.

The daylily is an herbaceous to semi-evergreen perennial that everyone knows and loves. In spring, neat clumps of bright green strap-like leaves appear. The flowers follow spring through fall, exact time of...

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Mary S. Thomas

(Ann Warner Daylily, Daylily)

Hemerocallis ‘Ann Warner’ produces an abundance of triangular blooms. The lily flowers are soft pink with yellow throats and creamy-white mid-veins. The blooms appear in midsummer and may re-bloom later in the season, though the first flush is the fullest. The medium green, semi-evergreen, strap-like leaves form neat spreading clumps.

Daylilies are easy to grow if provided with full to partial sun and average soil. The clumps slowly spread over time and need to be divided every three...

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James Burghardt

(Annie Armstrong Daylily, Daylily)

Creamy lemon-yellow flowers, streaked with white midribs, makes the Annie Armstrong one of the prettiest fragrant daylily varieties for the border. The daylily is a popular perennial revered for its reliability, ease of growth and floral beauty. The hybrid tetraploid ‘Annie Armstrong' produces its flowers atop a branching naked stem called a scape. The petal-like tepals are subdued lemon yellow with rippled edges and an overall crepe-paper texture. The flower throat blushes to pale green. The scapes...

(Annie Golightly Daylily, Daylily)

Hemerocallis ‘Annie Golightly’ produces large, triangular blooms that stay open at night. The lily flowers are bright red with yellow-green throats and creamy-white mid-veins. The blooms first appear in early to midsummer and may re-bloom later in the season, though the first flush is the fullest. The medium green, evergreen, strap-like leaves of this cultivar form neat spreading clumps.

Daylilies are easy to grow if provided with full to partial sun and average soil. The clumps slowly...

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James Burghardt

(Antique Fringe Daylily, Daylily)

A mix of pastel colors paints the Antique Fringe daylily flower. The daylily is a popular perennial revered for its reliability, ease of growth and floral beauty. The hybrid tetraploid ‘Antique Fringe' was bred by Van Sellers and released in 1995. It produces its fringe-edge flowers atop a branching naked stem called a scape. The petal-like tepals are peach with hints of pale pink. The minute, rippled "fringe" is deeper peach to gold. The flower throat is golden yellow and a deep rose blotch occurs...

(Anzac Daylily, Daylily)

The daylily is a reliable perennial that everyone knows and loves. The large flowers of the midsummer-blooming ‘Anzac’ are scarlet with light red midribs and yellow-green throats. They are star to triangular shaped and open for and extended period of time. Later in the season they often re-bloom, especially if deadheaded. The flowers are borne from neat clumps of bright green strap-like leaves that require some cold for dormancy.

All daylilies are easy to grow if provided full to partial sun...

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Lynn Batdorf, The United States National Arboretum

(Apple Tart Daylily, Daylily)

The daylily is a reliable perennial that everyone knows and loves. The flowers of the early to midsummer-blooming ‘Apple Tart’ are clear red with light red midribs and yellow-green throats. They are nocturnal (night blooming) and triangular in shape. Nocturnal daylily blooms open late in the afternoon and are open though out the night. Later in the season they may re-bloom, especially if deadheaded. The flowers are borne from neat clumps of bright green strap-like leaves that require some cold for...

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James Burghardt

(Apricot Act Daylily, Daylily)

With a primary flowering display by late spring, the Apricot Act daylily will rebloom several weeks later in late summer. The daylily is a popular perennial revered for its reliability, ease of growth and floral beauty. The hybrid diploid ‘Apricot Act' was bred by Victor Santa Lucia and released in 2003. It produces its ruffle-edge flowers atop a branching naked stem called a scape. The flowers are often described as polychrome, as light changes the subtle tints seen in these deep peach-colored beauties....

(Apricot Landscape Supreme Daylily, Daylily)

The daylily, a perennial that everyone knows and loves. In spring, neat clumps of bright green strap-like leaves begin to appear. Bloom time is variable depending on the species of cultivar. There are early, mid and late flowering varieties as well as reblooming cultivars. Daylily flowers are highly variable in shape and color. Floral forms include spider, star, circular and triangular-shaped flowers. There are also doubles and a wide variety of other unusual forms. Colors are in shades of oranges,...