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The Orange Daylily (Hemerocallis fulva) in China. Daylilies are perennial plants, whose name alludes to the flowers which typically last no more than 24 hours (about a day or so).What are the different types of daylilies?
Today we see daylily blooms in yellows, oranges, reds, pinks, purples, whites, and peaches, with many different shades and tints. More than just the color palette has expanded over the years, though. There are many different types of blooms, including the long, slender petals of spider-type daylilies and daylilies with ruffled double flowers.How did the daylily get to America?
Daylilies were first brought to North America by early European immigrants, who packed the roots along with other treasured possessions for the journey to the New World. By the early 1800s, the plant had become naturalized, and a bright orange clump of flowers was a common sight in many homestead gardens.How long does it take for daylilies to bloom?
Daylilies may bloom the year that they are planted, even from a relatively small plant. They will reach mature size in about three to four years. Daylilies are long-lived if given even moderate care. Daylilies are grown for their flowers in a rainbow of colors, and many shapes and sizes.