Enjoy lots of sweet, fragrant blooms in midsummer and again later in the season. Ruffled, ivory blooms have crushed blueberry-colored eyes. Light: Full sun to partial shade Height: 20-22" Bloom time: Midsummer; reblooms Ships: Bareroot Zones: 3-9 Hemerocallis 'Blueberry Candy'
Planting InstructionsDig a hole large enough to accommodate the roots without bending them. Firm soil and water thoroughtly
Flower Formheavily budded with many flowers opening on the stem at once
Foliage TypeGreen shades, Dormant
Soil RequirementAdaptable to many soils conditions.
Unique CharactersticsGrown for its roots that are grated or ground to make the famous relish "horseradish sauce". Horseradish is a perennial. After frost has killed the foliage in late fall, the root is dug and divided. The main root is harvested while off shoots are replanted for next season's crop. If left in the ground, it can become woody and not useful for cooking. You can still dig up and dispose of the woody root and reposition the young shoots to get them ready for a future harvest.