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Yellow Daylily

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Yellow Daylily - Hemerocallis spp. Hardy Planting Zones- 3-9 Sun or Shade – Full sun Mature Height - up to 36" Mature Width- unlimited cluster width depending on age of stand Bloom Season – Summer (July to September) Gardener Status- Beginner
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$5.49

Yellow Daylily Plants – Hemerocallis Flava

The Yellow Daylily, also known as the happy returns daylily, produces a vividly bright yellow flower. This perennial also has emerald green leaves.  Add this flower to your landscape with its bright, vibrant bloom to brighten your spring to summer months. Buyers should note that daylilies typically bloom the first year they are planted, but they are not likely to reach their full height until the second or possibly the third year of growth. These gorgeous flowers supply lots of bright and vibrant color when they are in bloom.  They bring lots of great curb appeal when several of them are planted together.  They look outstanding when added to garden areas and natural areas.  These plants also work great to outline long sidewalks or driveways.  They sometimes grow in a large clump, and the flowers seem to spring from the middle of the plant.  They are wonderful perennial plants and grows back each year once they are planted.  These flowers love to be planted in areas that supply moist and well-drained soils.  They also thrive when planted in partial sunlight and do great in climate zones three through ten.  They are also called Hemerocallis Lilioasphodelus by the botanical name.  They are very easy to grow and are a very popular choice for homeowners and also landscapers.  These plants do not take any maintenance to grow, and they can also be separated once they become dormant, and the bulbs can be planted in other areas. The Yellow Daylily, also known as the happy returns daylily, produces a vividly bright yellow flower. This perennial also has emerald green leaves. Add this flower to your landscape with its bright, vibrant bloom to brighten your spring to summer months. Buyers should note that daylilies typically bloom the first year they are planted, but they are not likely to reach their full height until the second or possibly the third year of growth. These gorgeous flowers supply lots of bright and vibrant color when they are in bloom.  They bring lots of great curb appeal when several of them are planted together.  They look outstanding when added to garden areas and natural areas.  These plants also work great to outline long sidewalks or driveways.  They sometimes grow in a large clump, and the flowers seem to spring from the middle of the plant.  They are wonderful perennial plants and grows back each year once they are planted.  These flowers love to be planted in areas that supply moist and well-drained soils.  They are very easy to grow and are a very popular choice for homeowners and also landscapers.  These plants do not take any maintenance to grow, and they can also be separated once they become dormant, and the bulbs can be planted in other areas.

 

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