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Karen Ciula, www.columbusdaylilies.org

(Daylily, Warrior's Spear Daylily)

Beautifully ruffle-edge, bicolor yellow and blackened dark red flowers are produced twice a year by the Warrior's Spear daylily. This cultivar blooms mid-spring to very early summer, depending on climate, and rebloom several weeks later. The daylily is a popular perennial revered for its reliability, ease of growth and floral beauty. The hybrid tetraploid ‘Warrior's Spear' was bred by Ohioans Rick and Jill Yost and introduced in 2002.

This daylily flowers in clusters atop a tall stem called a...

(Daylily, Wayside Plains Indian Daylily)

The daylily is a popular perennial revered for its reliability, ease of growth and beauty. Late in the season, the tetraploid ‘Wayside Plains Indian’ offers big crimson flowers with yellow-green throats. They are day-blooming and rise from tall 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 (showy petal-like sepals)...

(Daylily, Wayside Second Look Daylily)

The daylily is a popular perennial revered for its reliability, ease of growth and beauty. In mid to late-summer, the tetraploid ‘Wayside Second Look’ offers pretty blended lavender and peach flowers with yellow-green throats. They are day-blooming and rise from robust 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....

(Daylily, Wayside Shrine Daylily)

The daylily is a popular perennial revered for its reliability, ease of growth and beauty. In early to midsummer, ‘Wayside Shrine’ offers starry fragrant flowers. They are day-blooming and rise from tall clumps of green strap-like leaves that become fully dormant in winter. This is an old, rare cultivar that was introduced by Hodson in 1953.

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....

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Mark A. Miller

(Daylily, Where Eagles Soar Daylily)

Pointed and pinched, the yellow petals on the Where Eagles Soar daylily create a blossom that's 10-inches-wide (25 cm). The daylily is a popular perennial revered for its reliability, ease of growth and floral beauty. The hybrid tetraploid ‘Where Eagles Soar' flowers atop a towering naked stem called a scape. The petal-like tepals are yellow and narrow, and twist and flop. The throat is light green. The scapes rise from clumps of strappy green leaves that die back in the autumn. Each blossom in the...

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Mark A. Miller

(Daylily, White Eyes Pink Dragon Daylily)

Starry, hot rose-pink flowers that measure 8- to 9-inches-wide (22 cm) catch everyone's attention on the White Eyes Pink Dragon daylily. The daylily is a popular herbaceous perennial revered for its reliability, ease of growth and floral beauty. The hybrid tetraploid ‘White Eyes Pink Dragon' flowers atop a towering naked stem called a scape. The petal-like tepals are narrow and look pinched and floppy. The outermost reaches are bright rose and then it transitions to pink and finally light yellow...

(Daylily, White Triangle Daylily)

The daylily is a popular perennial revered for its reliability, ease of growth and beauty. In midsummer, ‘White Triangle’ offers many pretty starry flowers of creamy yellow with lighter midribs. They are day-blooming and rise from tall clumps of green strap-like leaves that become fully dormant in winter. This is an older, fairly rare cultivar that was introduced by Bach in 1954.

Daylilies are clump-forming and spread slowly via rhizomes. The flowers have six tepals (showy petal-like sepals)...

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Mark A. Miller

(Daylily, White Zone Daylily)

Nearly white flowers decorate the White Zone daylily, but often these blossoms look faintly palest yellow. This cultivar blooms in late mid-spring to very early summer, depending on climate, and reblooms about two months later. The daylily is a popular perennial revered for its reliability, ease of growth and floral beauty. The hybrid tetraploid 'White Zone' was bred by Pat and Grace Stamile and introduced in 1992.

This daylily produces flowers atop a branching naked stem called a scape. The...

(Daylily, Wild Heart Daylily)

The daylily is a popular perennial revered for its reliability, ease of growth and beauty. In mid to late-summer, ‘Wild Heart’ offers big soft red flowers with a burgundy cast and gold throats. They are day-blooming and rise from robust clumps of green strap-like leaves that become fully dormant in winter. This is an older cultivar that was introduced by Wild in 1964.

Daylilies are clump-forming and spread slowly via rhizomes. The flowers have six tepals (showy petal-like sepals) that vary widely...

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Roycroft Daylily Nursery

(Daylily, Wild Horses Daylily)

The daylily is a popular perennial revered for its reliability, ease of growth and beauty. Early in the season, the tetraploid ‘Wild Horses’ offers tons of large creamy yellow flowers with large, feathered dark purple black eyezones above yellow-green throats. They are day-blooming and rise from tall clumps of green strap-like leaves that remain fully evergreen where winters are mild. If well cared for and regularly deadheaded, this daylily will rebloom.

Daylilies are clump-forming and spread...