DAYLILY SPECIESwere originally found in Manchuria, Mongolia, Northern India, as well as throughout China, Japan and Korea. Daylilies arrived in Europe during the 16th century, and by the 17th century had crossed the Atlantic to North America. Dr. A.B. Stout [who is considered to be "The Father of the Modern Daylily"] began to work with daylilies in the 1920's hybridizing and identifying the various species. Daylilies are often referred to as the perfect perennial and have become a popular plant for gardens due to the ease of growing them.
It is remarkable when we consider that from approximately 20 species of daylilies nearly 60,000 varieties of daylily hybrids have been developed and approximately 30,000 are currently in commerce. While most species are orange, yellow or some shade of pink, daylily hybrids are now also found in many shades of red, purple, near white and a wide array of colors and forms
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