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These sun loving yellow beauties are sure to be a showstopper in your yard and landscape. Our reblooming daylilies for sale are perennial plants that come back year after year with new flowers.
Use daylily plants in landscapes as foundation plantings, borders, or as accent plants. The yellow flowers will accentuate any other plant that is nearby.
Our collection of daylily shrubs is easy to grow and cold hardy across most of the United States. They can be grown in USDA growing zones 4-10.
Drought, pest, and disease tolerant — the perennial flowers of our daylily plants are the real deal! They can adapt to most climates, are low maintenance, and easy to care for. You can divide daylilies in spring to give them plenty of room to grow and spread.
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What Are the Best Daylilies to Buy Online?
There are many different daylily varieties whether you’re looking for a yellow daylily or red daylily, your garden will be lovely to see.
Our favorite red daylily is the Little Business Daylily for its huge red and yellow flowers.
Our favorite yellow daylily is the Stella Daylily due to its drought tolerance and ability to spread throughout the garden.
If you want to plant something exceptionally unique, check out the Purple de Oro Daylily for a purple colored bloom.
How to Care for Daylilies Bought Online
When growing daylilies you’ll want to make sure you plant in the right conditions. Reblooming daylily plants prefer full sun to partial shade as well as well draining soil. The flowers are 3 inches wide in a trumpet shape and will rebloom time and time again during the spring and summer growing seasons. Deadheading spent flower blossoms will encourage new ones to shoot up.
Daylilies should be planted in a full sun area that gets at least 6 hours of sunlight. The planting site should have moist, well-draining soil. As far as where to plant daylilies, they should be planted in USDA zones 4-9 depending on the variety.
When pruning daylilies you want to prune in late summer or fall. You will want to remove any dead or damaged foliage and cut back all others within a few inches of the ground.
Daylilies do spread in large clumps creating a ground cover. If this occurs you will want to divide your daylilies especially if your plant decreases its production of blooms. These ornamental shrubs are easy to grow but worth it for the large flower heads.
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