Daylilies are commonly grown garden plants. These hardy perennials have large and attractive blooms that are similar to lily flowers. They are very easy to grow, many of the forms are tolerant of almost total neglect and will still be seen thriving in a neglected garden long after most of the other cultivated perennial species have been choked out by the invading native plants. Daylilies are actually cultivated as food crops in some countries, such as China and Japan. All parts of the plants are edible though it is the flowers that are most frequently used. Day lilies also have a number of other uses and, all in all, deserve to become a standard plant in edible and ornamental gardens.
Very popular perennial that is easy to grow and adaptable to a wide range of growing conditions. Different heights, colors and bloom-times add diversity to the garden.
Early-mid, Everblooming, 2 3/4" fragrant flowers, extended bloom, best rebloomer, highest award winner, golden yellow.
Best reblooming Daylily
Color of Bloom: Yellow
Hardy Zones: 3-9, Mature Height: 11"
Months of Bloom: Summer