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Plant Detail

NOTE: This species is an invasive species

Hemerocallis fulva

* Common Name:

orange daylily

* Genus:

Hemerocallis

* Species:

fulva

Subspecies:

* Family (scientific):

Liliaceae

* Family (common):

Lily

Synonyms :

* Distribution in Canada:

Ontario
Quebec
New Brunswick
Nova Scotia
P.E.I.
Newfoundland

 

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Habitat

Ecozone(s):

Boreal Shield
Atlantic Maritime
Mixedwood Plains

Natural Habitat(s):

Erosion Control?

Characteristics
 
Growing Conditions

* Plant Type:

Wildflower

Moisture Requirements:

Light Requirements: Sun, Partial Shade

Soil Requirements:

Temperature Zone:

Evergreen?

No

Average Height:

100 to 100 cm

Tolerances:

Flower Info
 
Fruit/Seed Info

Showy flowers?

Yes

Showy fruit/seeds?

Bloom time:

May to Jun

Edible for humans?

Flower Colour(s):

Orange

Fruit/Seed Colour(s):

Miscellaneous
 

Fragrant Flowers?

No

Fragrant Foliage?

Fall colours?

No

Distinctive bark?

No

Poisonous to humans?

Thorns or prickles?

No

Attracts wildlife?

Larval host for:

Plant Watch species?

No

Interesting Tidbits
 
References

Native Range: India and east Asia

Invasive Range: ON,QC,NF,NS,NB,PEI

Time of Invasion: Prior to 1948, continues to be sold as an ornamental plant

Invasion Pathway: Garden escape

Status: Of low concern

Impacts: Unknown

Control Measures: Physical removal
(Invasive Species in Canada)

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Invasive Species in Canada



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