Hemerocallis 'Pastures of Pleasure'
4.5" diamond-dusted, light pink petals with ruffled edges and prominent midribs are accented by a faint darker eye and a yellow to green center. Fragrant. Early to midseaon.
The foliage is arranged in fans of longitudinally folded leaves. Adaptable low maintenance plants, they are very resistant to drought and heat but can also tolerate wetter conditions, coastal sites, and clay soil. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Pull off dead or yellow leaves and remove spent bloom stalks to keep plants tidy and to encourage additional flowers from rebloomers. Remove all dead foliage in late fall. Divide every 3 years to maintain vigor.
Characteristics & Attributes
Homeowner Growing & Maintenance Tips
Tolerant of coastal conditions and clay soil. Cut back after blooming to within 6" of the ground to renew foliage and to encourage reblooming. Divide every three years.