Hemerocallis fulva

Common orange daylily of roadsides. Cultivars, hybrids, and other Hemerocallis spp. are less aggressive than H. fulva.  Deer love it when placed in gardens.  Reproduces by rhizomes, primarily and can spread by seed. Forms dense clumps, displacing native vegatation frequently in sensitve ecological areas such as river flood plains.

Plant Information

Common Name(s): 
daylily
tawny daylily
Type: 
Non-Native
Herbaceous Plants - Annuals, Biennials, Perennials
Native Region: 
Asia
Moisture: 
Dry
Moist
Light: 
Sun
Part Sun
Can be weedy

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