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  1. photo Light Up Your Organic Garden with <b>Daylilies</b>Light Up Your Organic Garden with DayliliesArticle
    By Kathie Bond-Borie, Guest Columnist Though each flower lasts but a day, daylilies light up the garden with blooms for many weeks. The common orange and yellow stalwarts have given wayRead more
  2. photo 3 Flowers to Grow for An Oh-So Edible Garden3 Flowers to Grow for An Oh-So Edible GardenArticle
    of watering can survive in full sun. Be careful to avoid look-a-likes as similar flowers can be poisonous. 3. Daylilies These happy flowers have gone wild in almost every state in the U.S. All they requireRead more
  3. Flores Comestíveis: Lírio AmareloRecipe
    a flower". Não foi difícil encontrar do que se tratava. Era o lírio amarelo, ou daylily, muito comum lá e aqui. Ele é belíssimo, superfácil de cuidar, barato para comprar mudasRead more
  4. photo Flores Comestíveis: Lírio AmareloFlores Comestíveis: Lírio AmareloRecipe
    a flower". Não foi difícil encontrar do que se tratava. Era o lírio amarelo, ou daylily, muito comum lá e aqui. Ele é belíssimo, superfácil de cuidar, barato para comprar mudasRead more 100.011 votos
  5. photo 13 Edible Flowers For Your Garden13 Edible Flowers For Your GardenArticle
    for spring and summer garnishes. Chysanthemum: Beautiful, cheerful, many-petaled flowers come in a variety of bright colors. Daylily: Plant once, and you’ll have a growing crop of daylilies every yearRead more
  6. photo From Flower to Fork: 5 Edible Summer BloomsFrom Flower to Fork: 5 Edible Summer BloomsArticle
    is long, and a few of them are probably in your garden right now. Here are five delicious, colorful flowers you might not have known you could eat. 1. Daylily Most lilies aren’t edible, but nearly everyRead more
  7. photo Eat Your Lawn — Yes, Literally — Make Your Lawn an Edible GardenEat Your Lawn — Yes, Literally — Make Your Lawn an Edible GardenArticle
    . Other edible flowers include elderberry, rose, and daylily – all are packed with flavor, too. You also can plant other types of plants in your edible garden, such as kale, lettuce, tomatoes, and moreRead more
  8. photo Growing and Eating Edible FlowersGrowing and Eating Edible FlowersArticle
    at the base. It’s quite un-delicious.   Other edible flowers are eaten on their own merits. Nasturtiums are peppery and spicy, making them excellent in salads. Daylilies can be stuffed and deep-friedRead more
  9. photo Seed Saving: 6 Steps to Successfully Collecting Heirloom Flower SeedsSeed Saving: 6 Steps to Successfully Collecting Heirloom Flower SeedsArticle
    need to be stored in the refrigerator for better germination (such as daylily, lily, hibiscus and belamcanda), and do best when stored in glass jars to protect them from humidity.  Image: anneheathenRead more
  10. photo Quack! A Quick Guide to Raising DucksQuack! A Quick Guide to Raising DucksArticle
    are amazing slug and snail hunters, so let them roam your flower gardens if your hostas and daylilys seem to be suffering from holes. If you are worried about the ducks eating young vegetable starts or makingRead more

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Daylily

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A daylily is a flowering plant in the genus Hemerocallis /ˌhɛmɨroʊˈkælɪs/. Gardening enthusiasts and professional horticulturalists have long bred daylily species for their attractive flowers. Thousands of cultivars have been registered by local and international Hemerocallis societies. Hemerocallis is now placed in family Xanthorrhoeaceae, subfamily Hemerocallidoideae, but formerly was part of...More