Most Popular Colors: The first daylilies to invade the United States were the orange variety. Horticulturalists have since created thousands of daylily varieties!
Blooming Season: Early to late summer.
Soil Preferences: Daylililes will flourish in any kind of soil, except the very wet kind. Select a spot that drains.
Climate Preferences: Daylilies will grow across multiple climate zones; any regions with sunny summers will serve as fine hosts for daylilies.
Sun Exposure:Partial shade to full sun.
Landscaping Tips: Daylilies are available in such an assortment - there's a perfect daylily for any area in your yard. By choosing the right variety of daylily, you can achieve a state of constant blooming. Consider mixing spring- and summer- blooming daylilies, as well as double-blooming varieties.
Planting: Space the plants 1 to 3 feet apart, depending on variety, and keep the roots moist as the plants develop.
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