Orange Daylily - Hemerocallis fulva
Orange Daylily, Hemerocallis fulva is a beautiful orange perennial flower. Daylilies grow wonderfully all over the South and other parts of the United States. This perennial can be shipped year-round and ships as a bare root bulb. This plant is a vigorous grower and is great for large areas of landscapes.
These flowers are beautiful, bright, and bold flowers that are mainly found growing from early summer to the end of fall. Its contour shape provides an elaborate, natural decor to its native land of Asia, as well as the rest of the world.
In contrast to its sophisticated beauty, the orange daylily is quite simple in its appearance.
It is a perennial plant with orange-peach colored flowers. It also has the typical tulip bulb root with long, broad leaves. It is not a tulip, but it does look like one. It is also easily cultivated, so it makes an excellent garden plant. Another uncommonly known benefit of them is that they are edible. In Asia, it is used as an herb in some of their cooking.
Although the flower beautifies whatever is around it, it unfortunately only lasts one day. It does, however, grow in groups of ten to twenty flowers, which allows its bright beauty to be expressed and appreciated for many days to come.
The acclaimed old Daylily originated in China, Japan, and Korea. However, today is everywhere throughout the world. The buds have been cooked for nourishment for a considerable length of time in Asia. However, the blossoms are what individuals love here in the US. (Here, its mistakenly sometimes called Tiger Lily, yet that is the name of a taller true lily, not a Daylily. Both are orange.) The well known old orange one is not by any means the only wild Daylily, simply the most celebrated. There are 20 Daylily species, around the world. From these 20 plants, more than 20,000 crossbreeds have been established. Orange Daylily are amazing flowers.
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