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Welcome to the AHS Daylily Dictionary:
A cooperative effort by members of the American Hemerocallis Society.

Read the FOREWORD here.

Hints for using the dictionary.

  • First, use the links to the left on each page to go to either the picture/image map or the terms page.
  • Within each term, links are provided (underlined text) to related or appropriate terms within the dictionary.
  • Some terms may also have associated articles and additional readings - click on these links for further thoughts by AHS members on the term you are reviewing.

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Disclaimer: Example photographs were chosen to illustrate specific terms and concepts. The cultivars used as examples are not endorsed by the authors, editor, AHS or its Board of Directors as to performance or appearance in any gardens, nor are they necessarily the best examples of these concepts; they were only the best we had available at the time of publication. Color within these illustration will vary depending upon the settings of individual computer monitors, thusly we cannot be responsible for color accuracy although we have done our best to represent the plants as seen in the gardens.

All Header graphics and left side panel images (unless otherwise indicated) are from photos by the AHS Webmaster, Tim Fehr; and are used with his permission.

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