Flower Database

Hemerocallis fulva

Basic information
Flower Name
Hemerocallis fulva
Formal Name
Hemerocallis fulva var. longituba
Alias
野萱草, Orange Daylily, ベニカンゾウ, Hemerocallis, 忘れ草
Habitat
China, Korea, Japan
Morph
Years of grass
Comment
Orange Daylily, scientific name:Hemerocallis fulva , is native to Japan, China, the Korean peninsula, and is a perennial grass of the department Hemerocallidaceae , of Hemerocallis genus. Summer, Japan national field in damp places, to scape of the orange flowers bloom. Blooming flowers, as well as other daylily flower day, morning and evening close. At the bottom is tube-shaped flowers, tip 6 petals cover the open flat, divided into fragments. Flower gray and reddish is taking what is known as the Rred Daylily. Leaves turn narrow arches. Become edible flowers, young leaves and buds, herbal gold needle vegetables that will be the whole plant and Bud excrements.
General name: Orange Daylily , scientific name: Hemerocallis fulva, Place of origin: China, Korea, Japan, distribution: Japan nationwide, Habitat: wild wet, height: 70-90 cm, leaf shape, slender, flowering: July-August, flower diameter: 7 cm, pedicel length: 3-4 cm, petals: 6 images, flower color: Orange, uses: ornamental, herbal.
Detailed information
Order
Asparagales
Family
Hemerocallidaceae
Genus
Hemerocallis
Species
H. longituba
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Panicle
Petal shape
Campanulate
Leaf type
Linear
Leaf edge
Entire Fringe
Flowering place
Plain/fleet Garden
Color
Orange
Season
Jul Aug
Height
70  ~ 90  [cm]
Diameter
7  ~ 7