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Hemerocallis hybrida Marcia Faye

Botanical Name: Common Names:
Hemerocallis hybrida Marcia Faye Dwarf Daylily,
Native: Foliage Type:
No Deciduous
Plant Type: Plant Habit:
TBA Clumping, Upright

Dwarf daylilies selected for their large flowers on compact plants and for their ability to re-bloom after the main spring flowering in spring. Hemerocallis are among the toughest and easiest plants to grow, heat tolerant and able to handle seasonal drought and week-long rain. Part of the Echo series these have compact, iris-like foliage that is evergreen in most locations and will look attractive year round. Buds and flowers are edible and can be added to salads, used as garnish or in some Chinese recipes. Marcia Faye has large (10-15cm) mid pink flowers with white ribs and a yellow eye held well above the foliage. Early bloomer and strong repeater through spring and early summer. Semi evergreen.

Mature Height: Mature Width:
30-60cm 30-60cm

Position: Soil Type:
Full Sun, Semi Shade Loam, Sandy, Well Drained

Landscape Use(s)
Borders / Shrubbery, Courtyard, Cut Flower, Edible Garden, Feature, Formal Garden, Tropical Garden, Container / Pot

Pests & Diseases: Generally trouble free

Cultural Notes:

Plant Care
Annual slow release fertiliser, Keep moist during dry periods, Mulch well

Family Name: Origin:
Liliaceae Asia

Foliage Colour: Green
Flower Colour: Pink, White
Flower Fragrant: No
Flowering Season: Autumn, Spring, Summer
Fruit: Insignificant

Requirements Tolerances
Growth Rate: Moderate
Maintenance Level: Low
Water Usage: Low
Drought: Medium / Moderate
Frost: Tender
Wind: Medium / Moderate