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Daylily – Hemerocallis: Hot Summer Color

A daylily (Latin name Hemerocallis), is popular in western gardens due to its success in cold temperature gardens. Its low maintenance, easy culture attitude of performing in a wide range of soils, and living almost forever are all reasons that it’s a favorite in the west. The distinctive strappy foliage of Hemerocallis sets it apart in the garden. The stalwart, all-season clumps of graceful, arching, grass-like leaves are attractive even without flowers, and add a contrasting garden texture. Stems (called scapes) loaded with buds, push above the foliage and will open into a wide trumpet of unbelievable colors. The flowers last only a day but each scape (seen in the...