Purple de Oro Daylily | Hemerocallis
Mounds of arching leaves with taller flower stalks; an American garden staple.
Modern Daylilies are the product of many years of breeding work, resulting in freely blooming plants of the easiest garden culture. They form dense clumps of grassy foliage, with upright stems of trumpet flowers. This long-flowering selection features medium-purple blooms with lighter midribs and edging, and a yellow throat. Mid-season. Repeat blooming. Diploid. Winter dormant. Plants do not usually require dividing for several years, but are easily split apart in fall or early spring. Spent flower stems can be trimmed back after flowers are finished. Remove old foliage in late fall. Flowers are edible. Registered by DeGroot, 2000.
Blooms summer to fall
Full Sun, Partial Shade