Call us biased but we can't stop raving about the ruffed edges on these daylilies. From the light piecrust edging of Sweet Tart to the deeply frilled Marque Moon, we know that each variety in this collection will bring you pleasure as you watch them bloom throughout the summer. Along with their colorful display, daylilies are also drought-tolerant and easy-to-grow perennials. Plant them in borders, containers or a mass planting and watch them thrive. Collection includes one each of Joylene Nichol and Stolen Treasure with wide, recurved petals, Raspberry Suede that has a velvety feel, Sweet Tart with its nearly glowing throat, and Marque Moon producing 40 buds per scape. Hemerocallis various
Collection of various daylilies
Sun Exposure:Full Sun, Partial Sun
Height/Habit:24 - 30 inches
Spread:18 - 24 inches
Spacing:18 - 24 inches
Flowering Date:Midsummer, and some varieties again in late summer to early fall
Planting Instructions:Top of plant should be just below the soil and plant 18-24" apart
Winter Care:Mulch in more nothern areas.
Flower Form:Trumpet shaped, ruffled flowers
Foliage Type:Grass-like, long, linear, rich green foliage
Pruning:Cut back spent flower stems
Soil Requirement:Well drained
Watering Requirement:Average water needs. Water regularly, do not over water.