day lily


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The day lily is a plant that works hard to impress in mid-summer.
Following floriculture crops are being grown in different areas of Pakistan including roses, tuberoses, gladiolus, marigold, lilium, chrysanthemum (Pattoki/Lahore), roses, gladioli, carnation, day lily etc (Islamabad/Rawalpindi), tulip, lilies, narcissus, gladioli, roses (Balochistan), daffodil, predominantly (Narcissus, Tazeta) (Northern region (mainly area of Swat and Abbottabad).
To complete the picture, plant the yellow day lily hemerocallis flava, which will complete with any other border plant for the length of time the flowers last.
She is quoted by Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper as saying: "I am dreading the day Lily brings home a boy.
Also making the list are day lily, a much underestimated food source (although the Chinese know better), which can be used as a dried condiment (flowers) and delicious pickles (tubers and shoots).
Plants within the garden include some more unusual varieties, including the Glandular Globe Thistle, Orange Day Lily and Bearded Iris.
The day lily is one of the easiest plants to grow, quite hardy and not invasive and they flower for several weeks.
When picked just before they open and cooked in a little olive oil until they caramelize to a brown color (less than five minutes), day lily buds are a marvelous little vegetable.
Williamsburg's Rose Garden from Forefront / Vietri's Rustic Garden / Above: Caramba bowls from Kosta Boda / Below: Villeroy & Boch's Ceramicplus in Cottage / Left: Jill Rosenwald's Cool Bee bowl from Magenta / Below: Colored glass from Elements / Left: Glass vase from Infinity Instruments / Right: Coffee Time from Artland / Below: Day Lily teapots from Mustardseed & Moonshine / Calypso goblets from MoMo Panache / Canisters from Comptoir de Famille
And start looking for the exotic new ``Ruby Stella,'' a dark-red day lily with a reputation for being a repeat bloomer.