Daylily Varieties?

Answer Daylilies, or Hemerocallis, are gorgeous, colorful and very adaptable perennial flowers named for the fact that individual flowers bloom for only one day; in Greek, "hemera" means day and "kallos,"... Read More »

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What are the dangers of replacing old varieties with new varieties using biotechnology?

Opinions on dangers of biotechnology There is a risk of narrowing the genetic pool so plants then become weaker over time. It can increase dependence on artificial fertilizers and pesticides. Some... Read More »

Is a daylily poisonous?

Daylilies are not poisonous to humans, and in fact, the young shoots and blooms are eaten by some people. However, when it comes to pets, owners should be more cautious. While daylilies are nontoxi... Read More »

Is the daylily poisonous?

Daylilies are not toxic to humans. In fact, if they have not been sprayed with pesticides, the leaves, flowers and buds are edible. They can be boiled, pickled, stir-fried, simmered, battered, deep... Read More »

Can a daylily be planted in a container?

Dwarf and mini daylilies can be planted in containers as long as the container is equipped with drainage holes in the bottom. Containers dry out faster than in-ground plants, so water them regularl... Read More »