Daylilies: Hemerocallis fulva 'Wayside Painted Lady'
Botanical name: Hemerocallis fulva 'Wayside Painted Lady'
Common name: Daylily, 'Wayside Painted Lady'
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'Wayside Painted Lady' Daylily is a dormant variety. Midseason. 'Wayside Painted Lady' is similar in color and growth habit to 'Sirocco', but without the ruffles. This fine cultivar is slightly more golden yellow in the flower center. Wonderful for the mixed border in either full sun or very light shade, daylilies are happy with bulb garden lilies, bearded iris, coneflower, Shasta daisy, blue salvia, and other summer-blooming perennials. Divide as often as you like, but large clumps are very attractive, and they can be left for years if the soil is rich and fertilizer is used on a regular basis.