Reblooming daylilies bring iridescence to your garden and smiles to your neighborhood more than once throughout the summer. Each of these varieties blooms in early to midsummer, and then again in late summer to early fall. These easy-to-grow and drought-tolerant perennials are excellent in borders, containers or to cover a hillside that needs color. They also attract bees, butterflies and pollinators. And because they multiply over time, in just a few years you will be able to divide these beauties and share them with your friends or family. Our collection includes one each of Baby Moon Café, Garden Show, Pewter Pink, Strawberry Candy and Buttered Popcorn. Hemerocallis various
Sun Exposure:Full Sun, Partial Sun
Height/Habit:22 - 26 inches
Spread:18 - 24 inches
Spacing:18 - 24 inches
Flowering Date:Summer with re-bloomers in fall
Planting Instructions:Dig a hole deep enough to accommodate the roots without bending them. Roots should be just below the soil surface with the crown at the soil level.
Winter Care:Mulch in more northern areas.
Flower Form:Single flower
Foliage Type:(Semi)Evergreen grass-like, long, linear, rich (dark) green foliage
Pruning:Cut back spent flower stems after flowering.
Soil Requirement:Well drained
Watering Requirement:Average water needs. Water regularly, do not overwater