The daylily is a hardy perennial. They will grow almost anywhere and they flower from October to January and March to April. When you choose the correct variety for your particular location they may flower up to six months each year. The ideal position for your daylilies is in a sunny, well drained position. A minimum of half a day of sunshine is needed. Morning sun through early afternoon is ideal. Keep the garden beds mulched. This saves water and weeding. Remove the scapes when flowering has ceased. Remove dying leaves from the plant. We highly recommend cutting back the foliage of the evergreen varieties by about two-thirds in the winter time to encourage more luxuriant spring growth. Check for aphids down amongst the new leaves (look for white flecks). Soapy water will control them temporarily.
Serveral different flowercolors are available.