Hemerocallis fulva – Brown day lily

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Hemerocallis fulva Brown day lily

E. Asia; 45cm
Planting position: Full sun or semi-shade.Suitable for most growing regions provided adequate watering.
Requires regular watering, especially during dry weather.Fertile soil.Applications of complete fertiliser, early spring and mid-summer.Watch out for snails, aphids and slugs.
Propagate from late winter division.
This summer flowering, herbaceous perennial bears lily-like orange- and yellow flowers, although flowering starts in winter for warmer regions. The different cultivars are available in shades of burnt-red to orange, some striped, some blotched.

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