Day Lily ( Mix Colors ) - 4 bulbs
A daylily is a flowering plant in the genus Hemerocallis /ˌhɛmᵻroʊˈkælɪs/. Gardening enthusiasts and professional horticulturalists have long bred daylily species for their attractive flowers.
Common name: Hemerocallis
Bloom time: July, August, or September
Height: 3 feet.
Difficulty level: easy to grow
Planting & Care
Dig your hole twice as wide and deep as the root spread. Place the plant so the crown (the part where the roots meet the stem) is about 1 inch below ground level. Fill in the hole with your amended soil and water well. After planting daylilies, keep them well watered for a few weeks until the roots are established
Sunlight: Full Sun
Soil: well-drained soil
Fertilizer: Apply any organic fertilizer
- Although early spring or early fall are the best time for planting daylilies, you can plant them successfully as long as you can dig the hole.
- Caring for daylilies begins with planting.
- If your soil is sandy or heavy clay, amend it with plenty of organic matter.
- How to grow daylilies? It would be easy to say stick them in the ground and walk away, but there are a few things you can do when caring for daylilies to get the most out of these tough growers.
- A basic 10-10-10 fertilizer in the spring and during bloom is all you need,
though gardeners who specialize in daylily care will recommend more often.
- Once established, these hardy plants will tolerate drought.
- Water as needed.
From the 15 or so original species found in the Orient and Central Europe, we now have approximately 35,000 hybrids from which to choose and more are coming every year
:for medicinal use, please consult appropriate doctor before use.