Daylily plants are easy to grow and produce lovely trumpet-shaped florets. In summer, daylily flowers burst into lavender, red, orange, yellow or multi-colored blooms. Reblooming daylilies will continue to flower right into fall. Hardy daylilies thrive across six planting zones, and these pretty perennials offer strong resistance to pests and diseases. You'll find plenty of variety in the daylily family, from classic "ditch lilies" to elegant double-blooming varieties!
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