or Hemerocallis are easy care perennials for sunny
areas. With several varieties mixed together you can
have flower from Mid-June to mid September.
Daylilies attract butterflies and hummingbirds.
Deadheading (cutting off spent flowers
to prevent seed forming) will make plants tidier and
prolong bloom, especially for Tetraploid and
re-blooming varieties. If soil quality is poor
adding compost and fertilizer like bonemeal (high in
middle number) will increase flowers. Cut foliage
down in late fall or remove in spring. Daylilies may
be divided every 5 years or when clump starts to die
in center. Divide in spring or fall, using two forks
to tease plant
Not deer resistant.