Hemerocallis or Daylilies are one of the easiest flowering plants to grow in your garden and will reward you with hundreds of blooms all summer long. The foliage comes in early spring and starts covering the bare soil in your garden with tufts of green, followed by weeks of repeat blooms year after year. You can grow them in containers or in the ground. Either way, you won’t be disappointed.
The Daylily Garden Collection includes:
1 Pardon Me (Bare Root)
Beautiful red blooms with greenish-yellow throats atop a thin stem, these flowers made me stop in my tracks. Such a little showstopper and on top of it, it's fragrant AND attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. Seriously cute.
2 Catherine Woodbury (Bare Roots)
It is hard to describe this gorgeous flower colour. May I say lavender-pink or dusty rose? The bright green throat edged in yellow is like the icing on the cake. Stunning. However you describe her, she is simply beautiful and charming.
2 Bonanza (Bare Roots)
I love this combination of yellow and deep purple almost brown eyes. It gives this plant a rustic yet elegant look. With all the flowers that appear daily, you will be gifted with beauty day after day.
2 Stella D'oro (Bare Roots)
Stella D’oro is a compact fragrant and long blooming plant with golden yellow blossoms. A perfect plant for borders and in groups along a pathway. Easy to grow, easy to love.
1 Daring Deception (Bare Root)
Do you like pink and purple? Well, here is the perfect plant for you. Hemerocallis Daring Deception is an absolute stunner and really hard to overlook. The blossoms are showing off everything you can ask for. Ruffled edges, light pink petals, a dark purple eye and a green throat edged in yellow. ‘Wow’ would be the short version of describing it.