Any member of the genus Hemerocallis of daylilies.
A genus of plants, some species of which are developed due to their stunning plants; day-lily.
A genus of monocotyledonous flowers, associated with the all-natural purchase Liliaceæ, tribe Hemerocalleæ, chiefly distinguished by its erect flowers, by having the pipe of the funnelshaped perianth smaller as compared to distributing lobes, and the 6 stamens inserted when you look at the throat associated with pipe.
A plant for this genus.
east Asian rhizomatous clump-forming perennial herbs having plants on lengthy leafless stalks; cosmopolitan in cultivation: time lilies; often placed in subfamily Hemerocallidaceae