Fan: In casual use in daylily commerce, equivalent to a single ramet, an individual plant from division with crown, roots, and leaves.
Scape: refers to the stem that buds and flowers form on.
- Clump: Three or more fans of a cultivar grouped together.
Rebloomer: Rebloomers will usually reward you with another round of blooms before fall. Some varieties have a continuous flow of blooms while others bloom for several weeks, take time to regenerate and then rebloom.
Spider: Spider daylily plants have long, spindly, spider-like blooms. The petals are long and narrow. The blooms have a spidery appearance. Generally the petals curl under a bit. A spider daylily is any daylily flower with petals that are at least four times as long as wide.
- Fragrant: This term refers to the amount of scent a flower may exhibit. Daylilies have a very light, pleasing scent. Some cultivars are more heavily scented than others. Scent may vary with the time of the day and weather conditions. We label those with a more heavy scent as "Fragrant" or "very-Fragrant".
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