Most daylilies have only one blooming period that lasts for about two weeks in summer. However, our reblooming daylilies feature a reliable, extended blooming period. They begin in late spring to early summer with an initial burst of flowers and then continue to bloom in varying cycles throughout the summer and into fall. These varieties are tough and hardy—drought, pollution and poor soil are no problem.
This collection includes: Hemerocallis 'Earlybird Oriole' Hemerocallis 'Joan Senior' Hemerocallis 'Maestro Puccini' Hemerocallis 'Passion for Red' Hemerocallis 'Romantic Returns' PP13481
Sun Exposure:Full Sun, Partial Sun
Height/Habit:28 - 30 inches
Spread:12 - 24 inches
Spacing:12 - 24 inches
Flowering Date:Midsummer, reblooms in late summer.
Planting Instructions:Dig a hole large enough to accommodate the roots without bending them. Work soil in and around the roots with fingers, firm well and water thoroughly.
Winter Care:Mulch the first winter to prevent heaving of plants from the ground due to alternate freezing and thawing weather.
Foliage Type:Semi-evergreen, grass-like, long, linear, medium green foliage.
Pruning:Remove spent flower stems to keep plants attractive. Remove old foliage in late fall to keep the area clean. After flowering.
Soil Requirement:Adaptable to many well-drained soil conditions.