Without examining the plants and knowing more about the area they grew in, it is hard for me to say what happened to your day lilies
I've always kept a few day lilies
around, yet I've never understood why some gardeners become enthralled by a flower that only lasts a day.
The Hemerocallis or Day Lilies
are popular too, with many available varieties, the yellow H.
This is fine for my roses and my day lilies
, but I'm wondering what kind of low-growing, flowering plants other than annuals I could plant there.
We acquired water bogs, spider lilies, parrot's feather, day lilies
and variegated cannas.
You got your bunnies, flowers, chicks, fruits, leaves--nothing radically different," said Bongiorno, noting that his favorites are Kensington, a botanical in spring colors so they're not limited to the holidays, and Wind Song, featuring hibiscus and day lilies
Alternatively make bright yellow day lilies
the star of the border and fill gaps in between with red-flowered geums and the shiny flat flower heads of A Achillea Moonshine.
Commonly known as Day Lilies
, our collection of Hemerocallis produce large flowers from June to September on 80-90cm stems.
HEMEROCALLIS LILIOASPHODELUS Day lilies
do brilliantly in containers.
The beetles don't eat day lilies
, which aren't true lilies, but feast on Asiatics and other varieties, stripping the plants down to a bare stalk.
Good companions in high summer include the dark-leaved dahlia Bishop of Llandaff, with its deep red flowers and the effective foliage contrast, and bold day lilies
such as hemerocallis Stafford, which has fabulous scarlet flowers with yellow centres.
trees I planted, the day lilies
with my dog Sancho beneath, their