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  • A daylily or day lily is a flowering plant in the genus Hemerocallis, a member of the family Asphodelaceae, subfamily Hemerocallidoideae. Despite the common name, it is not in fact a lily. Gardening enthusiasts and horticulturists have long bred daylily species for their attractive flowers.
  • When it comes to plants that look simply stunning but are actually tough as nails, Daylilies are the first to come to mind! Also known as Hemerocallis, these happy bloomers are among the most popular and easiest perennial plants to grow in the sunny garden. Hardy throughout the country, Daylilies require minimal care to produce abundant blooms in a spectacular array of colors and forms
  • Plant your Daylilies in the ground in well-draining soil or containers with adequate drainage holes. If you notice water puddles in your outdoor location 5–6 hours after a hard rain, scout out another site or amend the soil with organic material. Site your plants where they will receive full sunlight or light shade in warmer climates.
  • Feel free to cut flowers while in bloom for bouquets and other arrangements, as this will not hurt the plants. While Daylily blooms last only a single day, choosing stems with several large buds will provide a few consecutive days of cut flowers.
  • Allow your Daylilies to rest for a few months before beginning the next growing cycle.
  • Mulch newly planted Daylilies to help manage freezing and thawing soils.
  • Amend the soil with compost, finely ground bark, or decomposed manure to raise the level 2″–3″ to improve the drainage. Daylilies appreciate an average amount of moisture but will not survive in waterlogged soil.
  • Plant immediately as Daylily roots will dry up if left out of the ground for too long.
  • Expect new top growth to form just a few weeks after planting, with speed depending on the amount of available warmth and moisture.
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  • Rain lily Leaves are a deep glossy green and measure 3 mm wide. Flowers, which at first resemble a new leaf, but emerge from their papery sheaves to a stunning whiteness; they are erect in perianth.
  • Zephyranthes can be deciduous or evergreen bulbous perennials, with linear leaves and funnel-shaped or crocus-like flowers in spring, summer or autumn.
  • Plant zephyranthes bulbs in a place that receive full sun
  • Dig holes and plant the bulbs 1-2 inch deep and 6 inch apart
  • Sow bulbs into a hole made with your finger or the end of a stick
  • Poke, drop, cover
  • After planting, water well, gently soaking the soil and settling it around the bulbs
  • Germination will begin in 10 to 15 days
  • Rain lilies are happiest with little moisture during spring and summer, with a bit more water late in the season to trigger flowering
  • Plant the bulbs immediately and do not store for long time
  • Its star shape attractive flowers increase the beauty of any empty space.
  • The star shape flowers are mostly used for ornamental purpose in garden, balcony, terrace, etc.