The word Hemerocallis is derived from two Greek words meaning "beauty" and "day," referring to the fact that each flower lasts only one day. To make up for this, there are many flower buds on each daylily flower stalk, and many stalks in each clump of plants, so, the flowering period of a clump is usually several weeks long. And, many cultivars have more than one flowering period.
All of our daylily plants require full sun and can be planted anytime that the ground is not frozen. We ship blooming size plants. All plants are bareroot, 2-3 or more fan divisions, unless they are indicated as potted.
We pot all of our newer introductions in a 3" by 3" by 3.5" deep pot and ship in a protected sleeve. Potted plants are usually single fans about the size of your thumb or two smaller fans the size of your little finger. This is the same size pot we use for our field planting and have over 90% bloom, and the plants grow very quickly because of all the hair roots in the pot. Abbreviation Code - D- Dormant (dies back), EV - Evergreen (stays green) SE - Semi Evergreen, VE - Very Early, E - Early, EM - Early Mid- Season, M - Mid Season, ML - Mid Season Late, L- Late. EXT - Extended Bloom, F - Fragrant bloom, OE - Opens Evening as well as all day, Re - Repeated Bloom, T- Tetraploid.