Hemerocallis or Daylilies are extremely popular, low maintenance perennials that produce loads of color throughout the summer.  Their trumpet shaped blooms come in a wide range of colors, in single and double forms and range from tiny 1 1/2" flowers to huge 8" blooms.  Many are fragrant. Each individual bloom lasts only a day (hence their common name), but the profusion of buds assures near constant flowering throughout the season.  Sun lovers, daylilies are very resistant to heat and drought, but they will tolerate some shade and moist soils and still bloom nicely.

For best performance we recommend daylilies be cut back to about six inches after they bloom.  This will encourage fresh foliage growth and often promote additional blooming. In addition, we recommend that they be divided every three years to reinvorgorate the plants and to increase bloom (crowded plants may have diminished blooms). 

Tetraploid plants have twice as many chromosomes, which causes them to be stronger growers and to have larger flowers with higher bud counts.

Extended Bloom means the individual flowers are open more than 16 hours a day.

Heat and humidity tolerant varieties are especially color-fast on hot, humid days.

Rebloomers are varieties that dependably put out additional blooms after their first flush of flowers, extending their bloom season considerably.

Bloom time:      Early - June         Midseason- July        Late - August

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Botanical Name     Common Name
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Hemerocallis 'Red Hot Returns'
Common Name: Daylily

5" blooms of bright red have small yellow eye zones and green centers. Blooms from June to frost. Readily sends up additional fans and stalks over the season. Diploid, semi-evergreen. Rebloomer. Plant patented.

Hemerocallis 'Red Razzmatazz'
Common Name: Daylily

5.5" Fire-engine red ruffled blooms have a green throat base. Fade-resistant blooms. Heat and humidity tolerant. Tetraploid. Late midseason. Rebloomer. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds.

Hemerocallis 'Rocket City'
Common Name: Daylily

6" tangerine-orange blooms with a burnt orange eyezone. Award winner. Extended bloom life. Tetraploid. Early-Midseason.

Hemerocallis 'Rosy Returns'
Common Name: Daylily

4.5" bright rosy-pink flowers have a deeper rose eyezone and a vivid yellow throat. The first pink everbloomer that blooms from May to frost. Bred by Darrel Apps who brought us 'Happy Returns'. Early. Rebloomer. Plant Patented.

Hemerocallis 'Ruby Spider'
Common Name: Daylily

9" ruby red blooms have large golden yellow centers that extend into the eye zone and along the midrib. The large petals open very wide and flat making a truly stunning display. A Proven Winner variety.

Hemerocallis 'Ruby Stella'
Common Name: Daylily

3" Ruby-red flowers that are touted as being as long blooming as 'Stella d'Oro'. Fragrant. Early. Rebloomer.

Hemerocallis 'Scottish Fantasy'
Common Name: Daylily

5.5" blooms are coral pink with crisply ruffled petal edges and yellow green throats. The fragrant flowers are produced on sturdy, well-branched stems loaded with as many as twenty buds each. Tetraploid. Semi-evergreen. Midseason. Rebloomer.

Hemerocallis 'South Seas'
Common Name: Daylily

5.5" Fragrant, tangerine-coral blooms with coral-red band. Heat and humidty tolerant. Tetraploid. Extended bloom. Midseason. Rebloomer.

Hemerocallis 'Stella de Oro'
Common Name: Daylily

2.5" golden-yellow blooms. A reliable repeat blooming dwarf. Extended bloom life. Fragrant. Early season. Rebloomer. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds.

Hemerocallis 'Stolen Treasure'
Common Name: Daylily

6 1/2" pink blooms are bitone. Petals are dark rose with lighter edges and midribs. Tepals are lighter rose. Yellow eye zone with green centers. Petals have good substance and their edges are nicely ruffled. Early midseason.

Hemerocallis 'Storm of the Century'
Common Name: Daylily

6” ruffled bloom is deep burgundy purple with a golden edge and a yellow and green throat. Midseason. Rebloomer.

Hemerocallis 'Strawberry Candy'
Common Name: Daylily

4.25" peach-pink flowers with red-tinted edges, a strawberry-red eye zone, and yellow throat. Ruffled edges on reflexed petals. Stout Medal Award Winner. Extended bloom life. Heat and humidity tolerant. Tetraploid. Early to Midseason. Rebloomer.

Hemerocallis 'Strutter's Ball'
Common Name: Daylily

6" Clear rich purple blooms with chartreuse throats, white watermarks and gently ruffled petals are held nicely above foliage. Very lightly fragrant. Tetraploid. Extended bloom.

Hemerocallis 'Sunday Gloves'
Common Name: Daylily

5" highly fragrant near white bloom with gently ruffled petals, a pale yellow eye, and tiny celery green throat is one of the best. Vigorous plants. Fragrant. Extended bloom. Early-Mid. Rebloomer.

Hemerocallis 'Tequila and Lime'
Common Name: Daylily

Broad, reflexed petals are lemon yellow with an apricot blush. Petal edges are nicely ruffled. Apple green throat. Light fragrance. Mid-late season. Rebloomer.

Hemerocallis 'Tiger Swirl'
Common Name: Daylily

6.5" golden yellow blooms have large, bright red eye zones and yellow green centers. Its unusual form is wide open with gently twisted petals that are slightly pinched. Fragrant, tetraploid. Midseason. Very showy! Proven WinnerTM Selection.

Hemerocallis 'Tuscawilla Tigress'
Common Name: Daylily

Huge 7" bright orange blooms with soft orange rays and darker orange eyes light up the garden. Hardy and vigorous, heat tolerant, and pest resistant! Tetraploid. Early-Mid. Rebloomer. Semi-evergreen.

Hemerocallis 'Whoopy'
Common Name: Daylily

5" blooms are extremely dark purple with a black eyezone and a small, yellow green throat. Ruffled petal edges. Lightly fragrant. Very striking! Semi-evergreen. Early. Rebloomer.

Hemerocallis 'Wineberry Candy'
Common Name: Daylily

5" peach-pink blooms with a dark purple eyezone and green throat. Award winner. Extended bloom life. Fragrant. Tetraploid. Heat and humidity tolerant. Early to Midseason. Rebloomer.

Hemerocallis fulva
Common Name: Daylily (Old-fashioned)

4.5" Orange to rust colored blooms have a yellow throat and lighter midribs. Common roadside daylily. Spreads quickly. Midseason.

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