daylily

NOUN
  1. any of numerous perennials having tuberous roots and long narrow bladelike leaves and usually yellow lily-like flowers that bloom for only a day
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  • Can you see me waundering thru the garden, hmmm, is this a daylily or crocosmia. Daylilies 2009-Grand Finale « Fairegarden
  • After the first hard freeze, cut back perennials such as aster, campanula, daylily, phlox, and veronica, leaving 6-inch stubs above the ground.
  • Strong and stout, this daylily, hemerocallis ‘Matthew Martin’ from another local daylily farm, Sunshine Hollow, has very thick petals with a slight ruffled edge. Color in the Garden-GBDW Part Three « Fairegarden
  • More swaying plants, this time penstemon ‘Rondo’, with the blue and white flowers, blue fescue in flower, some sweet williams scattered about, nepeta mussinii, daylily foliage, and the whole scene backed by a wall of feather reed grass, calamagrostis ‘Karl Foerster’. Movement « Fairegarden
  • The daylily is a very early bloomer with a tag of Lemon Lily, Hemerocallis lilio-asphodelus. May Bloom Day 2009 « Fairegarden
  • After the first hard freeze, cut back perennials such as aster, campanula, daylily, phlox, and veronica, leaving 6-inch stubs above the ground.
  • Shown above is the roadside daylily, hemerocallis fulva, in the midst of feather reed grass, calamagrostis ‘Karl Foerester’. June 2008 Bloom Day « Fairegarden
  • The daylily is the official flower of the City of Hattiesburg. hattiesburgamerican.com -
  • More swaying plants, this time penstemon ‘Rondo’, with the blue and white flowers, blue fescue in flower, some sweet williams scattered about, nepeta mussinii, daylily foliage, and the whole scene backed by a wall of feather reed grass, calamagrostis ‘Karl Foerster’. Movement « Fairegarden
  • The view from the deck of what is called the daylily hill is showing the Japanese maple leafing out. Home Sweet Home « Fairegarden
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