Daylilies

Late May to early September, peaking in mid-July - Actual bloom time may vary

In all shades of yellow, orange, pink, and red, the 344 different daylilies of Daylily Walk showcase the diversity of this easy-to-grow perennial.

The Garden has the world's largest collection of Hemerocallis hybrids developed here by Dr. Arlow B. Stout, considered the father of the modern daylily.

At the height of summer, Daylily/Daffodil Walk is alight with the radiance of daylilies. In all shades of yellow and orange, from blazingly bright to palest pastel, as well as tones of pink and red, 344 different daylilies showcase the diversity of this easy-to-grow perennial. Dr. Stout introduced more than 90 cultivars, including the first red daylily, 'Theron'. Sixty-six of his rare heirloom hybrids are still grown here, along with recent selections that span the spectrum of summer color.