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Daylily Species

Natural Beauty. These are the original Daylily plants...

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Hemerocallis fulva EUROPA.  This photo was taken in May of 2008. Check the Hemerocallis fulva page for more on this and other types of Fulva.  

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A Daylily that blooms at night?  Hemerocallis citrina opens a couple hours before sunset, and closes at midmorning the next day.  In the evening, the blooms are intensely fragrant.  This plant is hard to photograph since the blooms are at their best at dusk.  The photo above is from the 2008 season.  This plant grows pretty good in USDA Zone 8b Florida.

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Above is a photo from the 2012 season.  The bloom season was long.  I have had this plant in the garden for 14 years.  Its Rust Resistance Grade is A+. 

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