When will my daylily bloom?

Gardengail(7a)January 1, 2013

Your daylily may not bloom the first year. But the following year you should see at least one scape (bloom stalk) and at least a few flowers. Bloom time varies quite a bit depending on the cultivar. Bloom times are listed in the registration record as EE - extra early, E-early, EM - early mid season, M- mid season, ML- mid to late season, L- late, VL - very late. Some plants will bloom for just a short period. Others, such as STELLA D'ORO and HAPPY RETURNS are known for blooming from late spring until fall. Some daylilies bloom early in the season and then rebloom later on. This is listed as "Re" in the registration info.

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