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Hemerocallis 'Longfields Maxim' - Daylily Plants / Bulbs

Hemerocallis 'Longfields Maxim' - Daylily

Daylily - Hemerocallis Longfield s Maxim ; Family: Liliaceae; Origin: Hybrid origin | Giant 7 inch double, reblooming and fragrant golden yellow flowers. Tetraploid. Hemerocallis prefers full sun and well-drained soil. Daylilies do best in the mixed perennial border. Also good for mass plantings and …

Hemerocallis x hybrida 'Bonanza' - Daylily Plants / Bulbs

Bonanza Daylily

Striking, golden yellow trumpets sport a rust-red halo in the center. Exhibits excellent heat and drought tolerance and even emits a wonderful fragrance. The Bonanza Daylily is ideal for naturalizing, foundation plantings, or as a mid-season accent in mixed perennial beds. Blooms in midsummer. Plant …

Hemerocallis x hybrida 'Stella d'Oro' - Daylily Plants / Bulbs

Daylily Stella d' Oro

Hemerocallis Stella d Oro (Daylily) Award winning dwarf daylily. Strap like, medium green foliage. Fragrant, trumpet-shaped, 2-3, canary-yellow colored blooms, and tangerine throat, characterize this popular plant. Usually the first to bloom, and is a prolific repeat bloomer. Peak blooming in late spring/early …

About Daylilies Plants / Perennials

Hemerocallis Sammy Russel

Daylilies are long-living perennial plants, with large flowers and a very wide range of colors. Practically pest-free and tolerant of drought, they require little attention. The Daylily has become America s favorite perennial flower. …

The Daylily Other / Books

The Daylily: A Guide for Gardeners

A Guide for Gardeners | Few perennials are as tough and versatile as daylilies (genus Hemerocallis), and even fewer offer daylilies enormous range of color, shape, and growing characteristics. The ease of hybridizing daylilies is a major attraction for the enthusiast. Any backyard gardener can hybridize …

Daylilies: The Perfect Perennial Other / Books

Daylilies: The Perfect Perennial

Daylilies -- available in a rainbow of glowing colors and combinations of colors; able to survive with little or no care in a wide range of climates; boasting a variety of shapes and sizes; suitable for any kind of landscape; drought resistant and almost disease and insect free; adaptable to various …

The Color Encyclopedia of Daylilies Other / Books

The Color Encyclopedia of Daylilies

A vast array of daylily hybrids has been developed from only a small group of species in Hemerocallis. Hundreds of new daylilies are introduced each year, and no other book describes and illustrates so many of the hybrids in one place. The parent species are also included, but the focus is on the amazing …

Daylily Planting and Care Plants / Perennials

Hemerocallis

When to plant Daylilies can be planted very successfully at any time the ground can be worked --- spring, summer or fall. Fall planted Daylilies should be mulched to prevent winter frost heaving. …

The New Encyclopedia of Daylilies Other / Books

The New Encyclopedia of Daylilies

It s no exaggeration to say that daylilies are the premier flowering perennial. From a handful of wild species belonging to the genus Hemerocallis, breeders have produced tens of thousands of hybrids in a dazzling array of colors, patterns, and shapes. Adding to their appeal is their hardiness, ease …

Hemerocallis 'Fooled Me' - Daylily Plants / Bulbs

Hemerocallis 'Fooled Me' - Daylily

Gold flowers with red eye-zone and ruffled edges with hints of red. Excellent, strong performer in a range of climates. Has won an impressive range of awards including Stout medals and Waterman Award. …

Daylilies for the Garden Other / Books

Daylilies for the Garden

Grosvenor provides comprehensive information on these tough, beautiful, and easy-to-grow perennials. He includes history, cultivation, maintenance, and propagation details. An extensive list of cultivars is given, with descriptions and growing requirements for each, so the novice grower can easily profit …

Daylilies: facts & fiction Plants / Perennials

4 KINNEBREW SEEDLING

In between the big spring tidying up and the hectic of autumn plantings there is a brief time in July when - exception granted for a few chores - the gardener has nothing to do but enjoy his flowers. No danger of cold snaps, incredible weather or other terrors. Moreover days are long and one can sit …