Wednesday, February 13, 2008


Daylilies are native to the temperate areas of Japan, China, Mongolia and Korea.
A very hardy plant, it is drought resistant, will grow in almost any type of soil and is resistant to most diseases. They are so hardy that those that have "escaped" grow along roadsides as if they were wild. Most people are familiar with the more common orange and yellow daylilies but hybridizers have grown them in a rainbow of colors. They bloom from late spring to early autumn.
8"x10" oil on canvas panel $160.00

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