This petite daylily is all business when it comes to blooming. Fountain-like mounds of rich green leaves set the stage for a parade of blooms in knockout raspberry red. 3" flowers on petite 12-15" stems make Little Business perfect for edging a full sun or partially shaded border or pathway, or growing in a container. Early to midsummer blooms are often followed by repeat blooms that last until fall. Hemerocallis 'Little Business'
Hemerocallis 'Little Business'
Form:Perennial, Daylily, Dwarf Daylily
Sun Exposure:Full Sun, Partial Sun
Height/Habit:12 - 15 inches
Spread:12 - 18 inches
Spacing:12 - 18 inches
Flowering Date:Early to mid summer - repeats blooms after initial bloom cycle.
Planting Instructions:Dig a hole large enough to accommodate roots without bending them.
Winter Care:Mulch in northern climates the first winter to prevent heaving when winter weather freezes and thaws repeatedly.
Shipped:2-3 EYE BAREROOT
Growth Rate:Slow growth rate while establishing, fast thereafter.
Flower Form:3" recurved blooms
Foliage Type:Grass-like, long linear and medium green in color. Semi-evergreen, dies back for a short period in early winter.
Pruning:Remove spent flowers to encourage rebloom throughout the summer. Allow foliage to die back.
Pruning Time:After flowering, to clean up look of plant.
Soil Requirement:Average, well-drained soil.
Additional Information:Knockout raspberry-red, 3-inch blooms on 12 -15 inch stems make Little Business perfect for edging a border, lining a pathway or growing in containers. Petite blooms come early and often- and keep coming until fall! Neat clumps of grass-like foliage can also double as a ground cover. Miniature daylily flowers and dwarf height make this a versatile plant for the landscape. Easy to grow and maintain. Winner of AHS Annie T. Giles Award in 1975 for best small flowering daylily cultivar.
Restricted States:AE AK GU HI PR
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