Hemerocallis: Showy perennial herbs from fleshy-fibrous roots
or tubers; keeled leaves long and linear at base of tall naked
flowering stem; large yellow to reddish- yellow flowers, withers and
decays after blooming for a single day. H. fulva: Leaves 1-2
cm broad; flowering stem 5-20 dm high, 3-15 flowered; wavy- edged
flowers are orange, deepening in color toward center.
Hemerocallis: In colonies or clumps along ditches and
roadsides in damp soil. H. fulva: Western United States. H.
flava: Primarily found in the northeastern United States west to
Blooms May through July.