Eenie Fanfare Daylily

Hemerocallis 'Eenie Fanfare'

Modern dayliles are spontaneously blooming plants of the easiest garden practice. They feature dense clumps of thick, arching, grassy green foliage and upright stems of trumpet flowers. This dwarf selection features rich red blooms with a fine white edging and green throat.

TYPE Perennial SUN Full Sun to Part Shade
HEIGHT 1 ft SOIL Moist Well Drained
SPREAD 2 ft FLOWER Summer, Red
ZONE 3 FRUIT Edible Foliage, No Fruit
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Latin Name: Hemerocallis 'Eenie Fanfare'

Growth Rate:

Medium growth rate


Dense clumps of thick, arching, grassy green foliage


Used as a border plant or in a massed planting



Cut/Dried Flower:

Beautiful use as a cut or dried flower


Great for planting in containers


Plant in a full sun to part shade location


Requires average, moist well-drained conditions

Drought Tolerance:

Considered to be drought tolerant


Low maintenance


Deadheading and cutting back foliage in fall improves plant appearance.

Clump Division:

Divide clumps in spring or fall every few years, or once plant becomes crowded and flowering diminishes.

Edible/Medicinal Uses:

May cause gastrointenstinal distress in some people - proceed with caution, and start with small amounts, cooked. Edible flowers - great in salads or to add to stir fry. Plump, almost-open flower buds may be dried then re-hydrated in winter months. Greens are best eaten in spring and can be eaten raw, sauteed, steamed etc. Starchy tubers can be dug and eaten raw or cooked (similar to potatoes). Most parts have some mild medicinal uses


DISCLAIMER: The information presented here regarding edible/herbal/medicinal uses is for informational purposes only. Always consult a physician or other qualified health professional prior to ingesting any plant not sold expressly for its edibility

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