Daylilies produce beautiful blooms in a variety of colors such as yellow, red, orange, pink and purple. Each bloom lasts for a day — a characteristic that gives the plant its name — but most daylilies produce a succession of day-long blooms over a period of time, creating a colorful garden. Some daylilies continue to offer their succession of blooms for longer periods than others, putting on a show from spring until fall.
Calico Jack is a reblooming daylily that produces flowers from June through September. The flowers are yellow with purplish red about midway down the petal toward the center. Calico Jacks do well in hardiness zones 4 through 9, and love the morning sun. The plant is drought-tolerant and prefers soil that is dry to only slightly damp. It reaches a height of about 2 feet.
Happy Returns provides multiple pale yellow flowers, and reblooms throughout the summer and into early fall. The plant prefers damp soil and full sun for around six hours a day. Keep watered to about 1 inch per week. If planted in the South, however, it is best to provide it some shade during the hottest time. Happy Returns does best in zones 3 through 9.
Apricot Sparkles offers pale to deep peach-colored blooms that are ruffled at the edges. The plant blooms constantly from June through October, and prefers at least six hours of sun per day. Apricot Sparkles can withstand both drought conditions and damp soil. Height of the plant can reach 15 inches, with a 2-foot spread. It does best in zones 3 through 9.