Most daylilies have only one blooming period that lasts for about two weeks in summer. However, our reblooming daylilies feature a reliable, extended blooming period. They begin in late spring to early summer with an initial burst of flowers and then continue to bloom in varying cycles throughout the summer and into fall. These varieties are tough and hardy—drought, pollution and poor soil are no problem.
This collection includes: Fooled Me—quite prolific through its very long bloom season. Grows 22-24" tall. Blueberry Candy—excellent branching, an exceptionally high bud count, and contrasting eyes on fragrant flowers. Grows 20-22" tall. Red Razzmatazz—Adds flair to a border throughout its productive bloom season and after, as this variety has the best foliage of any red daylily we've seen. Grows 32" tall. South Seas—delivers 30-35 buds per season, which open up to exquisite flower forms and tropical colors. Grows 30" tall. Sunday Gloves—large, striking flowers stay open late—16 hours or longer. Reliable and prolific. Grows 27" tall.