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These widely grown perennials boast large, trumpet-shape flowers in a range of colors.

trio of daylilies

One of the old-time names for this tough perennial was “ditch lily,” owing to the fact that it grew rampantly in unmowed ditches—even those in shade. It’s better known as tiger lily or daylily. Today, cultivated varieties are grown throughout much of the country. Daylilies are beloved for their large, colorful flowers and ease of cultivation. The name refers to the resemblance of the flower to the unrelated lily (Lilium spp.) and from the fact that flowers last only a day.

Good companions include yarrow (Achillea), salvia, liatris, penstemon, veronica, lavender, coreopsis, and purple coneflower (Echinacea).

two-tone daylily

Plant Type: Perennial

Zones: 3 - 9

Height: 1–3 ft foliage, 1–5 ft flower stalks

Width: 18 in

Light Exposure: Full Sun, Partial Sun

Bloom Color: Orange, Pink, Purple, Red, Yellow

Bloom Time: Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer 

Foilage Color: Green 

Special Features: Attracts Butterflies, Deer Resistant, Drought Tolerant, Low Maintenance, Pest Tolerant

Uses: Groundcover, Slope/Erosion, Back of Border


Growing Daylily

Plant root structures in spring, potted daylilies anytime. Daylilies tolerate a range of soils but do best in fertile, well-drained soil with ample moisture. Divide in spring every 3 to 5 years to reinvigorate plants and keep them blooming. Remove flower stalks after plants are done flowering.

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