Red Daylily Bulb - Blooming Age Plants
- Plant Name- Botanical Name - Red Daylily - Herbaceous Perennial Hardy Planting Zones- 3-9 Sun or Shade – Sun to Part Shade Mature Height - 12-20" Mature Width- 12-20" Bloom Season – Summer (June to August) Gardener Status- Beginner
Here's how your plants will look on arrival. All plants are dormant with no leaves or foliage.
Red Daylily Bulb
New flowers continue to open even on stems freshly cut. Red daylilies can add a punch of color. The daylily can grow over 36 inches tall.
The red daylily is a sensational vivid red and breathtaking. The blossoms are accented with a deep plum color and have a lovely golden center. The edges have a frilled appearance, and the petals feel like the most elegant velvet. The throat of the flower is summer green and stands out among the flowers. The red daylily's flowers grow to a nice size and were made to add color and style to your garden. They bloom for several months and are extremely easy to care for. They will provide beautiful blooms in the brightest sun or the deepest shade. The red daylily has a prolific flowering ability and makes any garden a showcase.
Hemerocallis comes from a Greek word meaning day and beautiful. These plants provide three-season beauty to the landscape with their attractive foliage and pretty flowers. It looks gorgeous around water, decks, sidewalks, and flower beds. Daylilies can be planted indoors or out. Planting them in both containers and the ground makes them versatile. They look and go well indoors when one has a green room or an area like a garden room that gets a lot of sunlight. People also use them in pots or planters sitting around a fireplace or hearth.
DAYLILIES ARE VERSATILE AND DO WELL ALMOST ANYWHERE THEY ARE PLANTED
It prefers being moved in the shade during the hottest part of the day. Planting them during the spring and or fall is good. These are great flowers to have in your flower beds in front or around your house. Add daylilies anywhere to make the area stand out. They can be planted outdoors around decks, in natural areas or places that get both sun and part shade. They are versatile and grow where soils are hard, and other plants may have a hard time adapting too.