Articles related to daylilies
How to Tell the Difference Between Lilies and Daylilies - Gardening
While Lilium are pretty much always called lilies, many of us casually refer to daylilies as simply lilies, too. For the most part, who cares? However if you're ...
How to Grow Daylilies Organically - Organic Gardening - About.com
Information for growing organic daylilies in your garden.
Hemerocallis (Day Lily) - Gardening - About.com
My number one recommendation to a new gardener would be daylilies. They are disease, deer, and insect resistant. There is an endless choice of colors, bloom ...
Stella de Oro Daylily - Landscaping - About.com
Individual Stella de Oro daylily flowers last only a day. Why is the plant so popular, then, with those seeking summer-long color? Find out here.
Daylily Care - Flowers - About.com
Known for their large summer flowers in a rainbow of colors and their low maintenance needs, daylilies have almost become a stereotype of landscapes in ...
Northeast Ohio Perennials: Daylilies - Cleveland - About.com
Daylilies (Hemerocallis) are a mainstay of the summer northeast Ohio landscape. The tall orange flowers can be seen along most area country roads around ...
Landscaping Plants for Dry, Shady Areas - About.com
Foxglove, like the next entry (daylilies), is distinguished by its showy floral display . It is also the tallest of the plants for dry shade discussed here. But don't grow ...
Fool Proof Perennial Plants for the Northeast - Gardening - About.com
There's a reason daylilies are so ubiquitous in the northeast, they thrive here. That and the sheer abundance of choices make them a northeast garden staple.
Perennial Plants to Cut Back or Prune in the Fall
Daylily (Hemerocallis) Daylilies respond well to shearing and unless you are in an area where they remain somewhat evergreen, fall pruning will save you a ...
Picture of Stella d'Oro Daylily - Landscaping - About.com
In this picture of a 'Stella d'Oro' daylily, you see a closeup of the flower. These daylilies are widely grown, thanks in part to their compact growth habit.