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Orange Daylily Plants

Sale price$49.99

Quantity 25 Plants

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Based on 7 reviews
Lucy LaPlace
Orange daylily

Arrived in very good condition

I'm not rating you, but I gave a 5 star so I can critique. Two of the photos of this hemerocallis...

I'm not rating you, but I gave a 5 star so I can critique. Two of the photos of this

Mika Laureen
Such good prices and great quality

These are wonderful blooming plants I ordered 39 of them and put them around my house some of them even bloom dark purple I love these so much thank you so much Tennesse wholesale nursery

Aiden Jackson

These are so full of color they just make everything pop

Gail Fryer
Orange Daylily

They have beautiful blooms. They look great where I planted them.

Orange Daylily is a native flower of Asia but has increased in North America; one of its names is the "Common Lily." Because they do so well in wet soil, you can put daylilies in those areas that other flowers may not be suited for. Just because they are "common" doesn't mean you shouldn't plant a few in your flower garden. These are hardy little beauties and do well from zones three to nine. They take little care and fend for themselves. The flowers are golden and tend to be large, some as big as three and a half inches in diameter.

The leaves are long and slender, like a garage, from twenty-four to thirty-six inches high, and hang about halfway up. This fact alone makes for a pretty addition to any flower garden. The flowers are held on their stalks semi-erect without sagging downward.

Each flower has three petals and very similar sepals in a beautiful, warm golden that rolls out and under at the tips. The flower's throat is yellow, around a bit of red. Because the fibrous root system forms clumps of leaves and flowers, they exclude other types, so weeding is minimal.

Orange Daylily Has Stunning Golden Blooms And Emerald Green Foliage

They are perennials that produce violent golden flowers and emerald green leaves during the blooming season. They are clump-forming, can slowly spread to fill areas and act as semi-evergreen ground cover. They are particularly cold-hardy, though they are likely to bloom somewhat early in mild winters. The flower is an excellent addition to your landscape because of its bright, vibrant bloom that it can give you from spring to summer months.

They do their best to get six hours of daily day but can handle a lot of shade. They bloom from late spring to early autumn and make excellent cut flowers for vases. They are a perfect addition to a hard-to-grow spot or any place needing a colorful filler.

The Orange Daylily Will More Than Likely Bloom The First Year

Buyers should note that the flower will almost certainly bloom the first year it is planted but will likely reach its full height the second or third year after planting. If the weather is good, these beautiful flowers can grow up to eighteen inches tall and bloom through the autumn months.

They love to be located in moist and well-drained soils and bring many spectacular colors in bloom. These are elementary and beautiful perennials as they grow each year after planting. They usually grow back thicker than the year before. They supply a natural look and feel and look amazing when added to gardens and natural areas.

It is well-known for its vibrant, golden blooms that you can sometimes see growing along roadsides around the country. It is an extremely hardy, adaptable perennial that does well in almost any soil type, whether in the sun or shady gardens.

They will grow around 48" tall and up to 20-24" vast, so they need space to reproduce when planted. Butterflies and hummingbirds love them. However, they require little to no maintenance. Besides its deep golden trumpet color, it also has long, slender leaves and works wonderfully to add texture and color to a flower bed, borders, or natural area.

Orange Daylily Fun Facts

Botanical Latin Name: Hemerocallis

Sun Exposure: Full Sun

Mature Height: 1'

Spread 2-4."

Spacing: Grow in Clumps

Growth Rate: Perennial

Flowering Time: Day to Night

How Long It Flowers: 24 hours

Soil Requirements: Drought tolerant

Pruning: Requires none

Flower Form:

Hemerocallis, the Greek name for "beautiful," is native to Eurasia. It is part of the family of cultivars and is widely seeded throughout the Far East. The genus has become popular globally because of its robust stalk quality. Its fragrant flowers make it a vital choice in hybridization programs. As they bloom several times within one season, they are selected for their natural care and abundance in growth for public gardens and outdoor displays.

Each flower has a crown that blooms for a limited 24-hour period. Long, brilliant green, lanceolate leaves fan, and arch from the stems. Orange Daylily is a regal perennial subject to continuous growth in various climates, growing to approximately a foot tall. It is known for its proliferation by cloning and replicating its parent source's bio-constitution. The flowers bloom adjacent to the former. The thick roots of the flower are optimum for storing water.

Orange Daylily Grows In Colonies 

It is a wildflower and a perennial that grows in a clump or colony. All the flowers are on a long, slender stem that rises from the center of the factory. It has long, bright green foliage that is pleasing to look at. The blooms are a brilliant golden color with a yellowish center and are significant. There is usually more than one flower on each stem. It has perfect flowers for any garden.

Orange Daylily Ships as Bare Root