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daylily

[dey-lil-ee] /ˈdeɪˌlɪl i/
noun
1.
any lily of the genus Hemerocallis, having yellow, orange, or red flowers that commonly last only for a day.
Also, day lily.
Origin
1590-1600
1590-1600
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Examples for daylily
  • If ever there was a flower for summertime, it has to be the daylily.
  • Consumers generally prefer the vigor and improved horticultural traits of tetraploid daylily clones.
  • Clicking on any thumbnail image in the gallery will take you to a full image page of that daylily.
  • Objectives of this project were to determine if daylily flower color or cultivar influences taste.
  • My daylily flowers are distorted and the petals have white spots and streaks.
  • Award winning hybrids, species, and the newest developments in daylily breeding reign supreme in the summer.
  • Tawny daylily is so widely growing wild that it is often considered a native wildflower.

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