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Each year has 12 months, 52 weeks and 365 days. Daylily, Hemerocallis, flowers each last for one day. Daylily plants may have several flowers open on each stem and continue producing flowering stems for three to four weeks from April to May locally. Some selected cultivars are repeat-blooming, such as ‘Yangsy,’ ‘Butterflake,’ and ‘Double Talk.’ Cut off the dying flower stalks and, after a rest, cultivated daylilies will re-bloom.
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