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(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...

Image of Hemerocallis citrina photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Citron Daylily, Daylily)

A wild species of daylily used as a parent for many modern hybrids, the citron daylily is beautifully elegant on its own accord. Native to China, Japan and Korea, this herbaceous perennial grows into a clump of tuberous roots and long, arching green leaves (much like that of a grass). In early to midsummer, tall flower stems - called scapes - tower above the mound of foliage. The scape tip bears numerous flower buds that open in the early evening, remain open overnight and then close by midday. Six...

Image of Hemerocallis lilioasphodelus photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Yellow Daylily)

A wild species of daylily with a tremendously expansive native range, the yellow daylily is elegant but simple in its midsummer flowering season. Native to easternmost Europe all the way to China, Korea, Japan, Mongolia and Siberia, this herbaceous perennial grows into a clump of rope-like roots and long, arching green leaves. In mid- to late summer, upright flower stems - called scapes - grow barely as high as the mound of foliage. Six petal-like tepals comprise the flower that is fragrant. While...

Image of Hemerocallis thunbergii photo by: Karen Ciula, www.columbusdaylilies.org

Karen Ciula, www.columbusdaylilies.org

(Daylily, Thunberg's 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...

Image of Hepatica nobilis photo by: ©Pennystone Gardens

©Pennystone Gardens

(Common Hepatica)

Native to woodland areas of Europe, North America and Japan, this diminutive perennial is one of the first flowers to emerge in early spring. Its small, starry, saucer-shaped blooms are composed of five to seven petal-like sepals, and may appear in shades of white, pink, blue, or violet-blue. They rise on short, fuzzy stems above low, semi-evergreen mounds of three-lobed, kidney-shaped leaves which have burgundy purple undersides. The subtle yet distinctive foliage remains attractive throughout...

(Alida's Pesto Coralbells, Coralbells)

The scalloped leaves of Heuchera ‘Alida’s Pesto’ have mint green color with a beautifully cast of mottled white variegation. This hardy herbaceous perennial forms an attractive mound of foliage that is more tolerant of heat and humidity than your average Heuchera. In midsummer, it produces airy panicles of tiny, ruby red flowers. These appear atop wiry stems that stand well above the foliage. They are followed by unappealing, small, brown fruits, so it is best to remove the stems...

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James Burghardt

(Alumroot, Brownies Alumroot)

Huge leaves in deep shades of minty-chocolate and burgundy are decorated with darker veining, making ‘Brownies’ a special plant for beds and borders. In late spring to early summer, small, creamy, bell-shaped flowers are charmingly displayed on airy panicles atop the rich tapestry of foliage. Developed by French breeder Thierry Delabroye, this Heuchera villosa cross is noted for its heat tolerance, large size and vigor.

Heuchera performs best in partial sun or the bright...

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Jesse Saylor

(Chatterbox Coralbells, Coralbells)

Both the flowers and leaves of this bold coralbells are pretty. Like fairy's wands, its tall, thin stems are studded with dangling, bell-shaped blossoms of bright rose-pink which bloom over a long period from late spring through late summer. Plant this old-fashioned, compact, green-leaved Heuchera where its charming blooms may be admired up close.

Heuchera performs best in partial sun or the bright filtered shade of open, wooded landscapes. Excessive heat and sun can cause...

(Alumroot, Petite Marbled Burgundy Alumroot)

Developed by crossing larger, purple-leaf varieties with tiny alpine species, Heuchera ‘Petite Marbled Burgundy’ offers small, rounded bronze leaves with distinctive silver markings on extra-dwarf, cold-hardy plants. Airy panicles of tiny, pink flowers held on slender stems make a delicate but showy display in mid- to late summer.

Heuchera is happiest when grown in partial sun or bright filtered shade similar to that of a naturally open forest. In the South it requires...

(Coralbells, Petite Pearl Fairy Coralbells)

Developed by crossing larger, colored-leaf varieties with diminutive alpine species, Heuchera ‘Petite Pearl Fairy’ displays its small, bronze-purple leaves on charmingly tiny, cold-hardy plants. Short, slender stems holding many small, pink, bell-shaped flowers make a delicate but showy display in mid- to late summer.

Heuchera is happiest when grown in partial sun or bright filtered shade similar to that of a naturally open forest. In the South it requires protection from direct...