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Hemerocallis sp.

Hemerocallis sp.

Daylily

Family: Hemerocallidaceae
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Type: clump-forming perennial;
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Sizes: ↑ to 80 cm; ↔;
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Hardiness: fully hardy [ to -15 C ];
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Soil: well-drained; fertile; moist; light;
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Place: sun to light shade;
[ cover with mulch on winter ];
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Application: with other perennials; naturalistic plantings;
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