Hemerocallis fulva

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 Hemerocallis fulva subsp. var.  Orange Daylily, Tawny Daylily, Tiger Lily, Ditch Lily
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Height: 24 in to 36 in
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Exposure: sun, part-sun
Features: flowers
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Minimum Temp: -20°F244.261 K
-28.889 °C
439.67 °R
USDA Zones: 5 to 10.5
Sunset Zones:
Flower features: orange, single
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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Hemerocallis fulva, Linn. (H. dlsticha, Donn). Lvs. 18-24 in. long, 9-15 lines wide: corymb 6-12-fld.; fls. orange; pedicels short; inner segms. with wavy margins, with numerous veins joined by cross veins. July, Aug. Eu., Temp. Asia. B.M. 64 (central band of white). Mn. 5, p. 193. Var. Kwanso, Hort. (H. kwanso, Hort.), the "double orange lily," blooms longer than any single- fld. form. Gt. 500. It has a sub-variety with variegated lvs. Var. maculata, baroni. Fls. with a red-purple blotch inside. China. Var. longituba, Hort. Perianth- tube half as long as segms. Gt. 34:1187. Japan. Var. flore-pleno, Hort., is shown in F.S. 18:1891, with a red spot on the middle of each segm. Gn. 48, p. 401. R.H. 1897, p. 139. Var. variegate, has a stripe of white down the middle of each lf. Var. hupehensis, Hort. Fls. very bright coppery red, with yellow throat; segms. undulate, reflexed. China. Var. Cypriani, Hort. Dwarfer and more floriferous than the type: fls. cop- pen- red with golden center and a golden line in the middle of the segms. China.

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