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Hemerocallis 'Incendio' is a large-sized daylily with blazing, velvety red blooms that will look stunning in your garden and thrive in the California landscape.
There are so many daylily varieties to choose from but not all varieties are suited for the California climate. Some daylilies only have one bloom cycle or are susceptible to Daylily Rust, an unattractive fungus. Hemerocallis ‘Incendio’ is both rust-resistant and a rebloomer that blooms almost year round and is an excellent choice for your California garden.
Incendio Daylily features flaming red flowers with faint white stripes in the center of the slightly ruffled petals and blooms early in April, and flowers profusely with multiple repeat bloom cycles through fall. Possible winter blooms. The 6 inch diameter flowers appear on tall, 3 ft. stalks. The lush dark green foliage forms evergreen clumps 24 inches tall.
Daylilies are relatively low maintenance and easy to grow herbaceous perennials that can be used in a variety of garden styles and designs, including cottage gardens and rock gardens. Excellent in borders or as edging along walkways, Hemerocallis look best when planted in large groups of a single flower color for the best dramatic effect in a landscape.
'Incendio' is tolerant of dry heat, cold winters, and smog making it an excellent choice for hot inland gardens. Alternatively, ‘Incendio’ is great in coastal gardens and is tolerant of cool, damp nights, wind sea spray, and salty soils. ‘Incendio’ has dense fleshy roots that help prevent erosion and is a great landscape choice for slopes. It can also withstand soggy soils and bioswales. Incendio Daylily is resilient and beautiful.
Hemerocallis 'Incendio' is perfect for both novice and experienced gardeners alike. Waterwise, low maintenance, and resilient with a long flowering period, ‘Incendio’ is a popular and attractive daylily sure to turn heads and add beauty to your garden.
Plant your Hemerocallis 'Incendio' in well-drained soil in a sunny location that receives at least 6 hours of full sun. Grows best in organically rich loam but adapts to most soil types if they drain well.
After planting your daylily, water the soil regularly for a few weeks until the roots have become established, then reduce frequency. Drought tolerant, but flowers best with regular water.
'Incendio' tolerates inland heat, coastal conditions, soggy soils and bioswales.
Prune spent blooms to encourage more blooms. Remove old or damaged foliage for tidier appearance.
Plant daylilies in mass with one color for best natural effect. Or mass plant a low type in front of a taller daylily for visual impact. Daylilies vary in flower height, flower size, and foliage and should not be mixed like one might do with pansies.
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Q: Why are Hemerocallis called daylilies?
A: The flower of a daylily only lasts one day.
Q: What is daylily rust?
A: Daylily rust is a fungal pathogen that affects the leaves and flower stems (scapes) of Hemerocallis and is typically spread by wind or overhead irrigation. Rust does not kill the daylily, but it is unattractive. We only offer rust-resistant cultivars suited to California gardens.
Q: What is a reblooming daylily?
A: A reblooming daylily has more than one bloom cycle within the year. After the first flush of flowers, the plant rests then flushes out another set of blooms. The number of bloom cycles depends on the cultivar.
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