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Types of Daylilies

Amur Daylily​
Amur Daylily​

Naming a daylily is a great gift for friends, family or even yourself. We are constantly developing new daylilies and are happy to offer the opportunity for others to provide a name for them, as they all start out with only a number.

Hemerocallis ​Esculenta​
Hemerocallis ​Esculenta​

Plant database entry for Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Esculenta') with 2 images and 16 data details.

source: garden.org
Hemerocallis Esculenta
Hemerocallis Esculenta

Plant database entry for Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Esculenta') with 2 images and 16 data details.

source: garden.org
Long Yellow ​Daylily​
Long Yellow ​Daylily​

The following daylily questions and answers have been summarized from The Illustrated Guide to Daylilies, a publication of the American Daylily Society, available now on Amazon. The Daylily Dictionary, found from a link on our Home Page, is also a great resource for learning.

source: daylilies.org
Long Yellow Daylily
Long Yellow Daylily

To make up for this, there are many flower buds on each daylily flower stalk, and many stalks in each clump of plants, so, the flowering period of a clump is usually several weeks long. And, many cultivars have more than one flowering period.

source: daylilies.org
image: hubpages.com
Orange day-​Lily​
Orange day-​Lily​

The orange flowers of the common orange daylily brighten up ditches and old farmsteads across the country, where they were once planted by fanciers in droves. These nineteenth century gardeners didn’t realize how aggressively their orange flowers would grow, or that one day daylily weed control would be a serious pursuit. If you’ve got a daylily problem, you’ve come to the right place. Read on for tips on controlling daylilies.

Small Daylily​
Small Daylily​

Daylilies,Spider Daylily,Double Daylilies,Miniature Daylily,Registered daylily,hybridized daylilies. ... Small Daylilies Miniature Daylilies Double Daylilies

Small Daylily
Small Daylily

Daylilies,Spider Daylily,Double Daylilies,Miniature Daylily,Registered daylily,hybridized daylilies. ... Small Daylilies Miniature Daylilies Double Daylilies

Yellow Daylily​
Yellow Daylily​

Daylilies are also the perfect plant for mass plantings along a fence or walkway, where they'll form a dense, weed-proof display. How to Select a Daylily There are several different species of daylilies, including the ubiquitous roadside lily (Hemerocallis fulva), the night-blooming Hemerocallis citrina, and the fragrant lemon lily (Hemerocallis flava). Most of the daylilies planted by home gardeners are hybrid cultivars.

source: gardeners.com
image: bianoti.com