Hemerocallis

Daylily - (Hemerocallis lilioasphodelus).
Other Names
Yellow Dailily, Yellow Day-lily, Lemon Lily, Lemon Daylily, Lemon Day-lily, Custard Lily.
Origins
Europe, China, and other parts of Asia.
Type - Perennial (herbaceous).
Hardiness (see References,
below)
- Zones 3 - 10.
Bloom - Spring, Summer.
Height
Up to 35 in (90 cm).
Cultivation
Likes direct Sun, but will tolerate semi-shade, and most soil types. Average water needs. Low maintenance plant.
Propagation
By division of offsets/bulbs.
Other
Blooms very fragrant, and abundant (if short lived; 1 flower lasts one day, only).
All parts of the plant are edible. Bulbs have some application in Chinese medicine.
Very desirable in any garden. Daylily will not let you down, no matter what is the level of your gardening experience.
Attracts birds, bees, and butterflies!
Many cultivars available, in great selection of colors, bloom shapes, and sizes.
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References - Find more about: Hardiness Zones
Special Thanks
Special Thanks to Town & Country Gardens Contributors: blogger, bulabean, dive-angel (Karin), flickr, Jasmine&Roses, LongInt57, Lori Greig, Rita Crane Photography. Rita Crane, daughter of LIFE magazine photographer Ralph Crane. Her work can be seen on Flickr at Rita Crane Photography or on her website., TMR Davies, Wikipedia, W.D. Williams

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