This is "Year Three" for this daylily called "Pretty In Pink!"
(If you click on these words, you can view a post written in 2009
about daylilies - including these.)
I HAD to share these photos, as "Pretty In Pink" has outdone itself this year!
A vigorous daylily with high bud count, Pretty In Pink has lovely pink 5" blossoms from early to mid-summer. The plant's height is 27 inches or so. It seems to be somewhat drought tolerant, but everything need moisture! The flowers are also considered to be fragrant and attract butterflies.
Hemerocallis are perennial plants that thrive in sun to part-shade conditions, and are generally grown in Zones 3 through 9. I must tell you that although they receive bright light and some direct sunlight, most of my daylilies receive more than their share of shade... and do considerably well!
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