Plant Family Guides: Hemerocallis---Daylilies Guides
Edible Flowers for Your Garden
Here is a list of wonderful edible flowers you should grow in your garden
Top Daylilies - A list of Your Favorite Hemerocallis
AHS conducts a popularity poll each year among its members to determine the favorite daylilies from each region. The goal of this poll is to provide a true view of which daylilies perform well in a given area and which are favored by gardeners. Here is a compilation of the top favorite daylilies in North America
Fabulous Reblooming Daylilies
Daylilies have a relatively short blooming period, 1 to 5 weeks and depending on their variety and your area, they may bloom from early spring until frost. Some varieties are 'reblooming'. These daylilies bloom more than one time during a single season. Some of these bloom early (e.g., May or June) and then repeat in the fall. Others have a succession of bloom periods, one shortly after another for several months. Here is a selection of pretty Daylily cultivars prized for their ability to rebloom.
Early Blooming Daylilies
Here is a list of spectacular early blooming daylilies with blooms starting as early as March or April in the South, May or June in the North.
Late Blooming Daylilies
Here is a list of spectacular late blooming daylilies with blooms starting 1-6 weeks after the peak of the season and adding color and interest to the late summer or fall garden.
Dwarf Daylilies - A Selection of Pretty Hemerocallis
Less than 2 feet tall (60 cm), these compact daylilies will fit any tiny spot!
Great Companion Plants for your Daylilies
Fabulous at creating a brilliantly colored perennial garden, their display can be further enhanced and spiced up with the addition of other perennial plants.
Often called the 'perfect perennial' because of its numerous qualities: showy flowers, wide array of vibrant colors, drought tolerance, heat stress immunity, ability to grow in most hardiness zones and low care requirements, Daylily (Hemerocallis) is a remarkable and stunning addition to the garden!
Native Plant Alternatives to Hemerocallis fulva (Tawny Daylily)
Hemerocallis fulva (Tawny Daylily) is listed in the Invasive Plant Atlas of the United States. The federal government has estimated that nearly 25 percent of the 20,000 plant species native to North America are at risk of extinction, many of these through habitat loss. You can help reverse this trend by planting great native plants in your garden.
Plants with Pink Flowers to Add Romance to Your Garden
Pink flowers can bring a pop of color and a sense of joy to any garden or floral arrangement. From delicate pastel hues to bright and bold shades, there are a variety of pink flowers to choose from, such as roses, peonies, and carnations.
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