Is there such a thing as a night-blooming daylily?

Answer:

Although it may seem like a contradiction in terms, there are night-blooming daylilies. The lemon lily (Hemerocallis lilioasphodelus) and the citron lily (Hemerocallis citrina) are the two most common daylilies that open in the evening instead of in the morning. Both are yellow and fragrant. Some named varieties of daylilies also exhibit this night-blooming trait. They are wonderful to come home to after a hard day at the office.

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