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Day Lily (Mix Colors) - Bulbs

A daylily is a flowering plant in the genus Hemerocallis and valued for its showy blooms.
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Description for Day Lily (Mix Colors)

Daylilies are perennial plants. This clump produces strappy leaves. The flowers which typically last no more than 24 hours. A normal, single daylily flower has 6 tepals each with a midrib in either the same basic color or a different color.

Common name Flower colours Bloom time Height Difficulty
Perfect perennial, Daylily Varies Spring, Summer Up to 4 feet Easy to grow

Planting and care

It adapts to many different soil and light conditions. Plant in the early spring or in the early fall. Add organic compost to the soil before planting. Space the bulbs 10 to 18 inches apart and 1 inch deep.

Sunlight Soil Water Temperature Fertilizer
Full Sun, tolerate part-shade Sandy, clay, well-drained soil, organically rich Medium Up to 18 to 28 degrees C Apply any organic fertilizer.

Caring for Day Lily

  • Avoid keeping in the scorching sun.
  • After planting, water well for a few weeks until the roots are established.
  • Apply a balanced fertilizer in the spring or flowering season.
  • Remove dead and damaged plant parts.
  • Reduce watering in the extreme winter. Wait until the soil feels dry to touch.


Spring, Summer

Typical uses of Day Lily

Special features: Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.

Culinary use: The flower is edible and used in Chinese cuisine.

Ornamental use: The plant is used for an ornamental purpose.

Medicinal use: NA


  • https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/bulbs/daylily/growing-daylilies.htm
  • https://www.gardeners.com/how-to/growing-daylilies/8104.html
  • https://www.daylilies.org/AHSFAQsNew.html

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