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Hemerocallis fulva/Daylily

Hemerocallis fulva / Hemerocallis fulva
Mass planting of yellow daylilies in Vermont
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Mass planting of yellow daylilies in Vermont

Typical daylily flower and foliage

Ground cover planting of several cultivars of daylilies

Border planting

Double flower

Plant daylilies in full sunlight in a raised bed that is well drained

Queen for a day

Delicate pink color

A nice red with yellow throat

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Scientific Name: Hemerocallis fulva
Common Name: Daylily
Plant Type: Evergreen
Leaf Type: Broadleaf
Hardiness Zone: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 Determine Your Zone
Height: 2- 5 feet
Spread: 2 -3 feet
Bloom time: Summer
Flower color: Yellow
Light Exposure: Sun, Part Sun
Drainage: Well drained, Moist
Rate of Growth: Moderate
Water Requirement: Medium
Maintenance Level: Low
Susceptible to insects
and diseases:
Landscape Categories: Deer Resistant-Tolerant Plants
Plants for Xeriscapes
Plants That Attract Butterflies
Plants That Attract Hummingbirds
Comments: The tall growing yellow daylily and most of the others, was photographed in Maine in summer. The last two were made in South Carolina. Remember daylilies are subject to attacks by aphids and thrips and some are severely damaged by rust, a fungus disease. There are varieties that bloom very early in spring, some in late spring, then those that flower in summer to early fall. There are over 60,000 registered daylily varieties and the flowers come in many colors, shapes, sizes and forms. There are varieties that are evergreen and those that have no foliage during winter. These foliage loosers are called deciduous or dormant varieties.