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Big Time Happy Daylily

Hemerocallis ‘Big Time Happy’

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Big Time Happy Daylily

Hemerocallis ‘Big Time Happy’

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You will definitely make yourself happy, big-time, when you plant the Big Time Happy Daylily. Get ready for one of the earliest blooming varieties, and one that does it not once, but twice, coming back in late summer and into fall with a complete second blooming – wow! This fabulous plant has gorgeous 4-inch flowers with broad, flat petals that have fluted edges. They are colored a delicious light lemon yellow, darkening to a rich yellow-green in the throat. The blooms are special in staying fresh and open for 16 hours, so they will be gorgeous when you step out in the morning, and just as gorgeous when evening comes – which is terrific, because these light colors look so fabulous in the soft light of the evening, and really glow. Standing just 18 inches tall in bloom, it’s perfect for the front of beds, in smaller spaces and for growing in pots and planter boxes.

  • Soft lemon-yellow with yellow-green throat
  • Full flowers, 4-inches across with broad petals
  • Open in the morning and still great in the evening
  • Very early blooming, and blooms again in late summer
  • Compact size ideal for edging and pots

Grow your Big Time Happy Daylily in full sun, it’s the secret to reblooming. It grows well in cold zones, but also in hot and humid ones. Any well-drained soil is suitable, and richer ones are best. So mix in organic material when planting for maximum blooming. Established plants are quite drought resistant, so it grows well in drier soils and on slopes. Free of pests and diseases, just cut out the flower stems as they finish producing new buds, and cut everything to a couple of inches tall in late fall. Reliably perennial – it will be back next spring.

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