Answer: You're right, there are daylilies that bloom early, mid- and late-season. Some of the early season bloomers will bloom again late in the season, but in order to have flowers from your daylilies throughout the spring, summer and fall, you'll want to plant some of each variety. Some of the bloom times overlap. Here are some suggestions:
Afternoon; Camden; Gold Dollar; Chippewa; Bride ; Clementella ; Early Evelyn;
Eenie Joy; Returns; Corky; Early Dora; Little Grapette; Little Wine Cup;
Jubilee; Mata Hari; Lollypop.
Afternoon; Atlanta;Full House ;Autumn Wood ; Barbara Mitchell; Camden;Gold Dollar;
Chicago; Osage ; French Tudor; Frosted Pink Ice; Happy Returns; Indian Giver; white Giant.
Autumn Wood; Border Giant; Bountiful Valley; Camden; Gold Dollar ; Catherine
Woodbery; Erin Prairie; Flameburst; Frans Hals; Frosted Pink Ice; Going Places;
Bright August; Pioneer Autumn; Minaret; Autumn Wood; Flameburst ; FransHals;
Going Places; Happy Returns ; Horizon; Indian Giver; Last Quarter; Late Cream;
Mulberry Sherbet; Orchid Corsage; Pardon Me; Peach Mandelynne; Penny's Worth;
Princess Irene; Regal Finale; Stately Lady; Stella De Oro; Sunblest.
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