The versatile Crystal Tide Daylily plant is an optimum choice if you are looking to liven up your landscape in a subtle yet luxurious way. Its waxy ivory and lemon yellow blooms are frost tolerant and guaranteed to brighten your day, every day!
Daylilies are loved for their showy, fragrant flowers, which come in a wide variety of vibrant colors. The individual blooms last only for a day or two, but there are many blooms on strong stems that rise above tall green foliage.
The bright yellow flowers have ruffled edges and a yellow throat. The semi evergreen stems will stay green through winter in some warmer climates.
Growing and caring for daylilies is fun and rewarding! Reblooming daylily flowers come back to bloom every year from late spring until mid summer. The ivory yellow color of this daylily variety is beloved by many because it brings life back into perennial gardens each year. The successive bloom period will continue for 4-5 weeks.
How to Care for Daylilies
The positioning of daylilies in the landscape should be carefully considered, as the lilies flower heads grow toward the sun and equator. They grow best in full sun to partial shade.
Daylily care includes an annual pruning to remove dead foliage and diseased plants. You can prune to encourage reblooming and maintain the desired size and shape. A slow release fertilizer at the base of the plants root ball will help repeat blooms during the growing season.
Grow across the United States in USDA growing zones 4-10. It is an extremely cold hardy perennial plant. The daylily plant can grow up to 24-36 inches tall with 4-5 inch blooms. They come back year after year in early spring.
Dividing daylilies is a good idea they are outgrowing their planting site such as garden beds or containers. These flowers are easy to grow and extremely drought tolerant once established. The first year of planting is the most important when watering plants. A strong root system is important for
Mulch heavily if you have cold winters to help the plant stay healthy and strong for years.
These plants do not ship bare root. They are rooted in a nursery container with soil.
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Hemerocallis 'Crystal Tide'
- Showy, large blooms
- Cold hardy