Category Archives: Daylilies

A Bevy of Blooms: Daylily ‘Forsyth Flying Dragon’

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A Bevy of Blooms: Daylily ‘Jersey Girl’

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Daylily ‘White Perfection’

I grow a handful of white daylilies and most of them are small cultivars, but there is one that towers above the rest. ‘White Perfection’ grows 30 inches tall with 5.5-inch diamond-dusted white flowers that have a yellow-green throat. This … Continue reading

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Daylily ‘Grey Witch’

I have a list of daylily favorites, and let’s just say if the ship was going down, ‘Grey Witch’ would get a prime seat in the lifeboat. This spider-form daylily grows 30 inches tall with grayish-lavender flowers that have a … Continue reading

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Up Close and Personal: Daylily ‘Catcher in the Eye’

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Daylily ‘Potosi’

I have to admit that daylily ‘Potosi’ is not a particularly long-blooming daylily, but the flowers that do appear are spectacular. This daylily is registered as a deep gold, but there is so much going on in those petals and … Continue reading

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Up Close and Personal: Daylily ‘Wayside Painted Lady’

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Flower Buddies

Daylily ‘Ruby Spider’ with Daylily ‘Mary Todd’: Save

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Two of My Favorite White Daylilies

I grow hundreds of daylilies and while I generally don’t enjoy white flowers, there are a couple of white daylily cultivars that have won me over—‘White Tuxedo’ and ‘Lullaby Baby’. ‘White Tuxedo’ is nearly pure white with a hint of … Continue reading

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‘Mauna Loa’ Comeback

It was nice to see my ‘Mauna Loa’ daylilies showing off once again this summer. I had forgotten to divide the plants for a number of years and they got overcrowded and protested by being stingy with the blooms. This … Continue reading

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