The Q&A Archives: Hemerocallis types

Question: Can you suggest some Hemerocallis which are evergreen, continuous long blooming, tall, with big flowers? I need them specifically in the colors yellow, white and pink. I would appreciate a list of Hemerocallis which have these characteristics, regardless of color. Thank you so much!

Answer: There are hundreds of evergreen hemerocallis - here are a few of my favorites:
?Joan Senior? is a near white, with a small lemon eye zone, delicately ruffled petals, one of the best and most famous of the "white" daylilies. Early midseason, 6-inch blooms, reblooms, 25 inches tall; evergreen.
?Jolyene Nichole? is a rose blend with deeper rose veins and green throat. Midseason, 6-inch blooms, reblooms, 14 inches tall, evergreen.
'Betty Warren Woods' 4? inch blooms on 24 inch scapes. Cream yellow shaded in lemon yellow with a gold ruffled edge. Well branched, blooms early mid season. Good repeat bloomer; Fragrant; Evergreen.
'Byron' 5? inch blooms on 26 inch scapes. Orange mango blend with a olive green throat. Blooms are round and full with a delicate orange metallic edge. 4 to 5 way branching with 35 buds. Repeat Bloomer; Mid Season; Evergreen.
'Chance Encounter' 6 inch blooms on 25 inch scapes; rose with a gold edge; Repeat Bloomer; Early mid season; Extended blooms; Fragrant; Evergreen.

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