Although Hemerocallis ‘Joan Senior’ (Daylily), is a new addition in 2024, it has been a favourite since 1977. It is a clump forming perennial with spikes of exotic lily-like flowers which do not last more than 24 hours (hence the common name). Each flower may only last a day but is quickly replaced the next day with fresh, beautiful blossoms, providing weeks of colour. This beautiful, short-lived flower is off-white with a green throat. Although they are rugged, Hemerocallis is also adaptable. They are quick to establish and need little care once it is planted in full sun to partial shade in your gardens, borders or pots. They are resistant to drought, pests, rust disease and even thrive in salty areas such as along the coast.