Garden name "Old Red"
I like to use daylilies with daffodils alongside. When the daffodils are dying back
daylily foliage grows up to hide the maturing foliage.
Byzantine Emperor tends to 'melt' in hot sunshine. Note petal edges bottom right.
Some daylilies with thin, darker petals do not hold up well in heat.
Sammy Russell, frequently used as landscape daylily. Happy in the sunshine.
Reds in my garden include Superlative, Kents Favorite Two and a seedling red.
Two yellows: the round one Could be Stella and the heirloom 'Lemon Lily'
Pineapple Crush with yellow and purple companions
The daylily in the center and at bottom left has no ID, mislabeled at purchase.
Upper left is Siloam Ury Winniford.
Dr. William Hunt in his book recommends using Vitex with violet toned daylilies for a 'French effect.'
Close up pics of some of my daylilies are HERE.
Flowers and text are from the garden of Nell Jean blogged on Dotty Plants Journal in hot, humid Southwest Georgia.