Daylilies ; a hardy, mostly, evergreen perennial plant that copes well with weather extremities and other conditions, such as animals stomping and munching on the soft, attractive foliage.
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Daylilies come in a large variety of colours and flower shapes, such as double, spider and miniature varieties.
The flowers make a fantastic, quick tropical statement to any table, no water required. Add a few stones and a glass plate!
Daylilies are given this name because each bloom lasts one day and then the next day another bloom opens.
A mature clump may flower up to, and sometimes longer than, six months of the year. Main flowering is Summer and Autumn.
Daylily roots have bank holding capabilities.
Trimming back the foliage encourages new lush growth, even when the plant is left undisturbed.
Daylilies put on a better display in the same position, after the second and third years.
Some clumps may become difficult to move after more than 5 years in the ground. This is why they are plants known for bank holding and erosion control.
Daylily parts are edible and contain vitamins, including A and C!
Daylilies are available and dug all year round and, unlike most plants, this process rarely interferes with flowering.
*** Denotes varieties that are new to KinSpirit this year.
Name : Angel Tears Daylily (McKinney 1971) Description : Near white self with green throat. Semi evergreen. Early season rebloom ...Read More
Name : Bourbon Street daylily (Petit 2003) Description : Black with gold edge above a green throat. Midseason, rebloom. Fragrant ...Read More
Name : COOEE FAIRY daylily (Flanders, 1985) Description : Lemon self with chartreuse throat. Evergeen. Midseason blooms. 24" Price : ...Read More
Name : Darla Anita daylily (Kinnebrew J 1999) Description : Lavender blend with gold edge above green throat. Evergreen. Early-Midseason ...Read More
Name : Dune Drift daylily (Kirchhoff D 1979) Description : Peach and honey blend self with pale green throat. Semi ...Read More
Name : Forty Second Street daylily (Kirchhoff D 1991) Description : Pastel pink with bright rose eyezone above yellow to ...Read More
Name : Grace Pierce Daylily (Pierce-trimmer 2000) Description : Rosy pink self above green throat. Evergreen. Early season. Rebloom. 26" ...Read More
Name : Hot Scheme daylily Description : Red with gold edge self and gold to green throat. Semi evergreen. Midseason ...Read More
Name: ACACIA GLENN Daylily (Mead-C., 1992) (currently unavailable) Description: Classic formed golden-orange daylily with lighter markings on petals and sepals, ...Read More
Name: ALVANTINE TAYLOR Daylily Currently unavailable. Description: Rich pink, yellow eyezone and green throat Price: $7.00 each ...Read More
Name: ARPEGGIO Daylily (Kirchhoff D, 1978) Currently unavailable. Description: A double in blend of cream and peach. Overlaying petals. Semi ...Read More
Name: BARON ROUGE Daylily (Blyth 1993) Description: Red-burgundy bicolour, with deeper red eyezone and a gold throat. Evergreen. Height 26" ...Read More
Name: BLYTHE BELLE miniature Daylily (Hudson 1984) Description: Diamond dusted cream-peach self with green throat.. Evergreen. 15" Price: $7.00 each ...Read More
Name: CHINESE PAVILLION Daylily (Munson R W, 1984) Description: Brilliant peach-pink, self, with yellow throat, huge flowers. Evergreen. 28" Price: ...Read More
Name: COOPERS PROMISE Daylily Description: Beautiful form in orange with a brighter eye-zone and slight green throat Price: $7.00 each ...Read More
Name: DOUBLE DECKER Daylily (Thomas,. 1972) Description: An eye-catching yellow self with double form. Evergreen. 26" Price: $7.00 each ...Read More
Name: DOUBLE OH SEVEN miniature Daylily (Cruse-McCrone , 1978) Description: Fuschia red flower with yellow-green throat. Semi evergreen. 20" height ...Read More
Name: DUCHESS OF WINDSOR Daylily (Traub-Hayward, 1939) Description: Rich golden orange, small spider with a definite burgundy-red eyezone. Fragrant ...Read More
Name: FLAPPER Daylily (Gates L, 1976) Currently unavailable. Description: Huge spider formed, darkest of reds. This plant readily produces proliferations ...Read More
Name: GINGERBREAD MAN Daylily Currently unavailable. Description: Bright ginger-brown with a darker eyezone Price: $7.00 each ...Read More
Name: GLADYS PERRY Daylily (Perry, 1931) unavailable at present Description: Brilliant lemon-yellow spider form, small flowers Price: $7.00 each ...Read More