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(Daylily, Mini Stella Daylily)

The daylily is a popular perennial revered for its reliability, ease of growth and beauty. Early in the season the super dwarf ‘Mini Stella’ offers tiny yellow flowers with dark orange eyezones and pale green throats. They are day-blooming and rise from very compact clumps of green strap-like leaves that become fully dormant in winter. If well cared for and regularly deadheaded, this daylily will rebloom.

Daylilies are clump-forming and spread slowly via rhizomes. The flowers have six tepals...

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Jesse Saylor

(Daylily, Miss Amelia 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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Jesse Saylor

(Daylily, Miss Tinkerbell 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...

(Daylily, Missouri Beauty Daylily)

The daylily is a popular perennial revered for its reliability, ease of growth and beauty. In early to midsummer, ‘Missouri Beauty’ offers slightly ruffled pale yellow-green flowers. They are day-blooming and rise from tall clumps of green strap-like leaves that become fully dormant in winter.

Daylilies are clump-forming and spread slowly via rhizomes. The flowers have six tepals (showy petal-like sepals) that vary widely in size, shape and color. The blooms are commonly held in branched clusters...

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Mark A. Miller

(Daylily, Molina First Lady 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

(Daylily, Monster Daylily)

Not scary like a monster, but monstrous in size, the yellowish flowers of the Monster daylily are a grand showpiece in the garden! This cultivar blooms in late mid-spring to very early summer, depending on climate. The daylily is a popular perennial revered for its reliability, ease of growth and floral beauty. The hybrid tetraploid 'Monster' was bred by George Pettus and introduced in 1975.

This daylily produces numerous 9-inch-wide (23 cm) flowers atop a branching naked stem called a scape....

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James H. Schutte

(Daylily, Moonlit Masquerade Daylily)

The daylily is a popular perennial revered for its reliability, ease of growth and beauty. In early to midsummer, the tetraploid ‘Moonlit Masquerade’ offers cream flowers with plum purple eyezones and yellow-green throats. They are day-blooming and rise from vigorous clumps of green strap-like leaves that remain semi-evergreen in mild zones. If well cared for and regularly deadheaded, this daylily will rebloom.

Daylilies are clump-forming and spread slowly via rhizomes. The flowers have six...

(Daylily, Moontraveler Daylily)

The daylily is a popular perennial revered for its reliability, ease of growth and beauty. In early to midsummer, the ITSaul introduction ‘Moontraveler' offers loads of starry pale citron yellow flowers. They are day-blooming and rise from compact clumps of green strap-like leaves that will become fully dormant in winter. If well cared for and regularly deadheaded, this daylily will rebloom with vigor. Richard Saul bred this seedling cross of 'Stella de Oro' and 'Suzie Wong' in 1983.

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Mark A. Miller

(Daylily, Mount Helena Daylily)

Extra petals fill the centers of Mount Helena daylily blossoms in late mid-spring to very early summer, depending on climate. The bicolor flowers feature creamy yellow and red-violet. The daylily is a popular perennial revered for its reliability, ease of growth and floral beauty. 'Mount Helena' was released in 1985 and bred by A.O. Grooms.

This hybrid daylily produces flowers atop a branching naked stem called a scape. The petal-like tepals are yellow that blush red-violet to create an eye...

(Daylily, Mountain Laurel Daylily)

The daylily is a popular perennial revered for its reliability, ease of growth and beauty. In midsummer, the tetraploid ‘Mountain Laurel’ offers many rich rosy pink flowers. They are day-blooming and rise from tall clumps of green strap-like leaves that become fully dormant in winter.

Daylilies are clump-forming and spread slowly via rhizomes. The flowers have six tepals (showy petal-like sepals) that vary widely in size, shape and color. The blooms are commonly held in branched clusters on...