Hemerocallis love full sun but grow surprisingly well in some part-sun situations. We have also found that hemerocallis truly prosper when grown in a rich, damp site, even a bog.
More Information About Hemerocallis
While we have long enjoyed hemerocallis as a summer perennial in our garden, until recently we have declined to offer them at our plant shop on-line due to the proliferation of specialty daylily nurseries. Realizing that many are now hybridized for show flowers, we have decided to make available some of the distinctive, garden-worthy hybrids as well as a number of the naturally-occurring species. We hope you will enjoy our limited but carefully chosen hemerocallis selections.
Tips for Growing Hemerocallis (Daylilies)
Hemerocallis love full sun but grow surprisingly well in some part-sun situations. We have also found that they truly prosper when grown in a rich, damp site, even a bog. Hemerocallis plants are easy to propagate so you can quickly expand your plantings or share with friends.
Daylily Companion Plants
Hemerocallis plants pair well with just about everything, so try daylilies with agastache, buddleia, dianthus, ornamental grasses or agave for wonderful color and texture combinations. The colorful flowers attract butterflies and hummingbirds. When you are ready to buy daylilies for your sun garden, we hope you will check out our online listing of hemerocallis for sale.