A mix of delightful dwarf daylilies will really make your garden pop with color. There are always plenty of new flowers opening each day. Their compact size makes them ideal in borders, rock gardens or naturalized areas. Plant in full sun to partial shade. 12-20" tall foliage with bloom stems reaching 24" tall. Space 18-24" apart. #1 field-grown plants. Zones 3-9. Hemerocallis
Botanical Name: Hemerocallis Generic
Common Name: Daylily
Form: Herbaceous perennials
Sun Exposure: Partial Shade/Full Sun
Height/Habit: 12 - 18" depending on individual variety
Spread: 12" - 24" depending on variety
Spacing: 18" - 24" depending on variety.
Hardiness Zone: 3 - 9
Flowering Date: Midsummer
Type of Fruit: n/a
Shipping Season: Fall
Unique Characterstics: A very reliable and beautiful group of plants that have become the mainstay of many summer gardens. The flowers, which only last one day, are so prolifically produced in modern hybrids that there are always plenty of new ones opening each day. Stems are strong and pliable with heavy bud counts and flowers carried in clusters throughout the summer months. The colors are rich and diverse and many have distinctive eye-zone markings that are very dramatic.
Flower Color: Depending on variety- Red, Yellow, peach, orange, two tones, Pink, White.
Flower Form: Flared trumpet-shaped from 2 1/2" for miniatures to 6".
Foliage Type: Grass-like, long linear and rich green.
Resistance: Few P & D problems. Occasional slug damage to foliage.
Pruning: Cut back spent flower stems.
Pruning Time: After flowering
Soil Requirement: Adaptable to a wide range of soil, except wet ones.
Additional Information: If the foliage becomes unsightly during the growing season, it may be cut back to approximately 6". It will quickly regrow.
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