It is the earliest of the daylilies and is also one of the shortest.
It has been used extensively in developing smaller daylilies that can be grown in
small garden beds. You can see this and many other daylilies in the Perennial Collections.
[Click on the picture to see a larger image of this plant].
You can also visit our online Photo Gallery illustrating over 150 Award Winning Daylilies grown here on the Arboretum grounds.
Go to the Picture of the Week Archive
or see the links below to view other plant images in our various Photo Galleries.
Award Winning Daylilies Photo Gallery
U.S. National Arboretum Crapemyrtle Introductions Photo Gallery
Glenn Dale Azaleas Photo Gallery
Photo Gallery Introduction
Last Updated October 9, 2003 11:43 AM
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