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Hemerocallis ‘EveryDaylily Punch Yellow’
(Day Lily (PBR) ('Ver00204')


£20.00 £17.00
June - September
100cm x 50cm
Partial Shade, Sun
Easy Care
Fully Hardy

Hemerocallis ‘EveryDaylily Punch Yellow’ is a wonderful bloomer and once the plant is in its second year can produce over 400 blooms per season.  Each beautiful flower lasts just one day, but will be replaced day after day with another hence their common name ‘day lily’.  These are great plants for low maintenance gardening.

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Hemerocallis 'EveryDaylily Punch Yellow' is a popular perennial prized for its vibrant and cheerful blooms. This daylily boasts large, trumpet-shaped flowers in a striking shade of bright yellow, making it a bold addition to any garden. Blooming from June until September, it provides continuous bursts of colour, enhancing your garden beds and borders. Growing to a height of approximately 100 cm, 'EveryDaylily Punch Yellow' is well-suited for both small and large gardens alike. Its size and upright habit make it an excellent choice for containers, where its vivid blooms can brighten up patios or decks. This daylily thrives in full sun to partial shade and adapts well to various soil types, as long as they are well-drained. Its hardiness and drought tolerance provide a reliable garden performance with minimal care, ideal for busy gardeners. 'EveryDaylily Punch Yellow' is also known for attracting pollinators such as butterflies and bees, adding ecological value to your outdoor space. With its robust growth and vibrant flowers, this daylily offers long lasting beauty and cheerful visual impact throughout the growing season.

Planting Conditions

To plant Hemerocallis (daylilies), choose a location with full sun for optimal flowering, though they can tolerate partial shade. Ensure the soil is well-drained and enriched with organic matter. Space plants about 45 cm apart to allow for growth. Dig a hole deep enough to accommodate the roots, and position the crown slightly above soil level. Backfill with soil, pressing gently to eliminate air pockets. Water thoroughly after planting. These hardy perennials adapt well and can thrive in various garden settings with minimal care.

Watering & Feeding

Daylilies (Hemerocallis) benefit from regular watering, especially during dry spells, to keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Water deeply to encourage deep root growth then reduce watering once established, as they are drought-tolerant plants. Apply a balanced fertiliser in early Spring as new growth emerges, and again after the first bloom cycle to promote continuous flowering. Mulching around the base helps retain moisture and suppress weeds. Avoid over-fertilising, as this can lead to excessive foliage growth at the expense of blooms. Overall, maintaining moderate moisture and providing adequate nutrition ensures healthy daylilies in your garden.

General Care

Daylilies (Hemerocallis) are low-maintenance perennials prized for their vibrant blooms and resilience. They require minimal care beyond regular watering and feeding. We advise removing spent flowers ("deadheading") to encourage continuous blooming throughout the Summer. In early Spring, trim back any damaged or overgrown foliage to promote fresh growth. Daylilies are generally resistant to pests and diseases, making them a reliable choice for gardens. However, occasional inspections for aphids or spider mites, especially in hot weather, can help maintain their health. With their adaptability to various soil types and climates, daylilies thrive in both sun and partial shade, enhancing any garden space.