STRUTTERS BALL DAYLILY
Plant in sun in rich, moist, well-drained soil. Daylilies form large clumps, and can be divided in spring or fall as needed. The large, 6″ purple flowers are held on leafless scapes above the foliage. Remove spent flowers for best reblooming in July. Daylilies can be planted in groups, en masse to fill large areas, or combined with many other plants. A very hardy and versatile plant. Attracts butterflies. Deer resistant.