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Synonyms for Hemerocallis

east Asian rhizomatous clump-forming perennial herbs having flowers on long leafless stalks

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Hemerocallis minor extract was found to be effective in all in vitro assays and not to affect the cell viability.
Between the two, they spelt over 260 words, including 'barukhzy', 'muumuu', 'hemerocallis', 'jacamar' and 'schadenfreude' in 28 rounds with Sharma clinching the title after correctly spelling the word 'definition' in the 29th round, NBC News reported.
And I mean true lilies (Lilium spp.) rather than daylilies (Hemerocallis spp.).
Daylilies are cultivars of the genus Hemerocallis, and there are probably more than 48,500 registered and different varieties of daylilies.
Hemerocallis citrina is delicate in appearance with large, rich, lemon-yellow very fragrant flowers that open at night in mid-summer - a real treat for those who like ambling through their garden at dusk.
One hybrid that has been heavily used is Stella d'oro (Hemerocallis "Stella d'oro").
Fibrously rooted perennials such as hostas, Hemerocallis and asters, are best divided using two forks placed back-toback.
There are literally dozens of varieties of edible flowers to be found in the Prairie garden, including those of Bee Balm (Monarda didyma), Borage (Borago officinalis), Pot Marigold (Calendula officinalis), Daylily (Hemerocallis spp.), Clove Pinks (Dianthus caryophyllus), Hollyhock (Althaea rosea), Japanese Honeysuckle vine (Lonicera japonica), Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia.), Lilac (Syringa vulgaris), Nasturtium (Tropaeolum majus), Pansy (Viola spp.), Rose (Rosa spp.), Tulip (Tulipa spp.) [Note: tulip bulbs are toxic.], and Violet (Viola odorata) among the most common.
Plant flame-red 'Lucifer' with bronze fennel, scarlet dahlia and day lilies (hemerocallis) in shades of yellow, orange and rust-red.
* When I was redesigning a bed in my Eugene, Oregon, garden, I knew that Spiraea nipponica tosaensis 'Snow-mound' and lemon daylily (Hemerocallis lilioasphodelus) would make a harmonious pair.
A small garden in Brierley Hill will be on show, featuring roses, hemerocallis, well-stocked borders and fruit trees.
Day lilies (in the genus Hemerocallis, not to be confused with true lilies, which are in the genus Lilium) are also a good choice for planting along a street or sidewalk where de-icing salts are used in winter.
Shasta daisies and Phlox will benefit from annual division while others, such as hostas, peonies and hemerocallis, will happily clump along performing well without the need to disturb them.