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The Common Orange Roadside Daylily
H. fulva 'Europa' in deep shade

 

Common Orange Daylily

 

44 - inch height         4½ - inch flower

The most universally-known Daylily in many localities throughout the northeastern United States. Naturalized from the gardens of early European settlers. The familiar burnt orange Daylily. Rhizomatous, spreading gradually, and superbly effective for erosion control. Spreads slowly, at about the same rate as Pachysandra terminalis and Vinca minor. A sterile triploid which cannot produce seeds. Do not plant near other Daylilies or other perennials, as this variety will spread underground among them.
(Hemerocallis fulva 'Europa').

In prepared soil, they can be planted very rapidly with a hand trowel. We highly recommend mulching all plantings of the Roadside Daylily to reduce weed
competition during the first two years. In addition, fall plantings in
frost-prone regions need mulching for good survival
during their first winter.

10 - 24 $3.15,    25 - 49 $2.90,    50 + $2.65

Also known as Common Daylily, Tawny Daylily, Orange Daylily, Ditch Lily,
and (incorrectly) as Wild Lily, Wild Daylily, and Tiger Lily.

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