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Daylily: Hemerocallis Chicago Peach

Daylily: Hemerocallis

'Chicago Peach,' a midseason bloomer, is a graceful, reblooming, clear-pink daylily.

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In part shade, combine with coral bells plantain lilies and ferns. Water established plants regularly from spring until flower buds develop; monitor soil moisture all season. In early spring, feed with all-purpose fertilizer, following package directions. 0 Use insecticidal soap on aphids and thrips and diatomaceous earth or shallow dishes filled with beer for slugs. Klehm catalog; To extend bloom time for flowers from early summer to early fall, select reblooming types and cultivars with bloom seasons from extra early through very late. The deep colors of some purple and red cultivars may fade in afternoon sun; to maintain color, select a site that receives afternoon shade. The botanical name for daylily, means "day beauty" in Greek. The genus was so named in 1793 by Linnaeus, the father of taxonomy, because each flower lasts only one day, though the bloom time for each plant can last several weeks. Modern hybrids are descended from the tawny-orange daylily , which has naturalized along roadsides and streams. In Zones 2–3, plant in spring. In Zones 9–10, plant in early spring or fall. Elsewhere, plant at least a month before first frost; don't plant during the hottest weeks of summer. Daylilies prefer full sun (6 hours per day) but tolerate afternoon shade in hot regions. Choose a site with fertile, well-drained soil, and amend with well-rotted manure or compost. Set container-grown plants at the same depth they were in the pot, spacing 18–24 inches apart. Water upon planting; mulch to conserve moisture. 0 Deadhead spent flowers. Once all the flowers on the scape (flower stalk) are done, cut scape to ground. (If foliage browns or looks messy after bloom, it may be cut to the ground, too, to induce a flush of fresh, green foliage.) Cut foliage to the ground in fall after frost or before new growth resumes in the spring. Divide plants every 3–5 years, ideally after plant has flowered, or in early spring or early fall, at least a month before first frost. tolerates a range, prefers fertile, well drained 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 flowers and young stalks 0 0 0 > 0 0 prepare and eat young flower stalks like asparagus and blooms like squash blossoms 1 0
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