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Hemerocallis or Daylily

Hemerocallis or Daylily

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Hemerocallis or Day Lily or Daylily flowers only last a day so that is where it has been named a day lily. However, the plant has so many blooms that you have continuous flowers for weeks. Hemerocallis is part of the Asphodelaceae family of plants. It is not a true lily! In fact, until 2009 they were classified under Liliaceae however unlike lilies Hemerocallis grows from fibrous roots and not ...

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Hemerocallis fulva

Hemerocallis fulva

Hemerocallis fulva is also known as Orange Daylily, Tawny Daylily, Corn Lily, Tiger Daylily, Wash-house Lily, Fulvous Daylily, Roadside Daylily, Outhouse Lily, Railroad Daylily, or Ditch Lily. It is part of the Asphodelaceae family of plants. Hemerocallis fulva is native to Asia from Japan to Himalayas and Caucasus. Though most common names include lily, it is not a lily. Lilies are bulbous and Hemerocallis fulva is not. However, the name ...

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