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Commonly known as Daylily
With more than 30,000 named cultivars there has to be a Daylily for the most choosy plant collector.
Genus of about 20 species of evergreen, semi-evergreen and herbaceous perennials from forest margins to mountainous areas, marshy river areas and meadowland in China, Korea and Japan.
Most flowers last for one day only and many are remontant, flowering repeatedly throughout the season.
Flowers can be circular, triangular, star-shaped, spider-like or double and some unusual forms, ruffled, margined or quilled.
- Pink and Purple Combo's: Combo 059
- Purple and Red Combo's: Combo 041
- Purple and Yellow Combo's: Combo 004
- Purple and Yellow Combo's: Combo 005
- Purple and Yellow Combo's: Combo 023
- Red and Orange Combo's: Combo 121
- Red and Yellow Combo's: Combo 117
- Plants beginning with 'H'
- Search Caerhays Garden Diary for more info & pictures
Evergreen - to semi evergreen. Arching, strap-shaped dark-green leaves usually 75-120cm (30-48in) long but to only 23-35cm (9-14in) in dwarf or compact varieties.
Herbaceous - Early in the year, typically January till end of March, herbaceous plants might be supplied in 9cm pots to ensure timely despatch. - mostly clump- forming perennials. Flowers in a variety of forms are produced over a long period mainly from late spring to late summer. many are remontant (repeat flowering).
Additional Features - Good to know - 13 to 15 species from which some 30,000 named cultivars have been raised.
Pests & Diseases - hemerocallis gall midge, aphids, red spider mites, thrips, slugs, snails, rust.
Place of origin - China, Korea and Japan
Soil Conditions - Fertile moist well-drained soil
- Caring for Hemerocallis – Daylily
- Deadheading daylillies - Video Tip ondemand_video
- Propagation by splitting or dividing - Video Tip ondemand_video
- Dividing Herbaceous Perennials - Video Tip ondemand_video
- Dividing Summer Perennials - Video Tip ondemand_video
- Dividing summer flowering Hemerocallis - Video Tip ondemand_video
- Supporting Plants - Video Tip ondemand_video
- Dead heading meconopsis - Video Tip ondemand_video
- Dead heading Delphiniums - Video Tip ondemand_video
- Feeding herbaceous peonies - Video Tip ondemand_video