Hemerocallis White, Day Lily (White) - Plant
Description for Hemerocallis White, Day Lily (White)
As the name "Daylily" suggests, individual Daylily blossoms last only a day, but a ... if early bloomers are matched with midseason and late Daylilies, as in our "Unique ... Daylilies rank high on the list of plants resistant to insects and diseases.
|Common name||Flower colours||Bloom time||Height||Difficulty|
|Hemerocallis, Day Lily||pashmina-white with a cream-yellow throat||June to July||2.00 to 2.50 feet||easy to grow|
Planting and care
For the best quality flowers, Daylily plants should be grown in full sun,
but they will tolerate light shade, especially in hot climates.
Daylilies grow best in slightly acidic (pH 6 to 6.5), well drained soil that is rich in compost and other organic matter.
|Full sun to part shade||well-drained soil||Medium||Normal||Organic fertilizer|
Caring for Hemerocallis White
- Daylilies should be divided every three to four years.The best time to transplant or divide plants is in early spring
or immediately after they finish flowering. Dig the entire plant up and gently pull the leaf fans apart,
with each division having a minimum of 3 fans. Replant divisions 18"-36" apart.
Typical uses of Hemerocallis White
Special features: There are literally hundreds of different types of Daylilies in cultivation, They are available in many sizes, colors, shades, and there are even a few fragrant, nocturnal varieties.
Ornamental use: Easy-to-grow herbaceous perennials for gardens. Borders. Edging. Mass over large areas or grow in clumps. Dwarf cultivars are excellent in rock gardens.