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Joan Senior Reblooming Daylily

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A favorite among many Daylily enthusiasts, ‘Joan Senior’ Reblooming Daylily is a multi-award-winning variety, featuring creamy off-white blooms with soft chartreuse centers. Large 6-inch flowers have a gently ruffled edge, adding a romantic detail, while wide grass-like foliage provides graceful texture in the garden. Favored for its outstanding performance, plant ‘Joan Senior’ to extend your garden season and enjoy the sight of pollinators dipping into blossoms in spring, then again for a fall finale. (Hemerocallis)
key features
Botanical Name
Hemerocallis Joan Senior
Rabbit Resistant, Easy To Grow, Long Bloom Time, Cut Flowers, Container Planting
Growing Zones
Zone 3, Zone 4, Zone 5, Zone 6, Zone 7, Zone 8, Zone 9
Light Requirements
Full Sun, Half Sun / Half Shade
Soil Moisture
Mature Height
24-26" tall
Mature Spread
12-24" wide
Bloom Time
Early to mid summer


An elegant off-white Daylily with two seasons of blooms, ‘Joan Senior’ Reblooming Daylily is an award-winning cultivar for sunny gardens. It has collected a Junior Citation, Honorable Mention, Award of Merit, and Lenington All-American Award from The American Daylily Society for its outstanding performance. With long arching foliage, a resilient nature, and charismatic flowers, Daylilies are a great investment for easy gardening. Each stem is packed with flower buds that bloom for one day (hence the name Daylily). Butterflies and hummingbirds are attracted to their warm, sunny colors. Native to China, Japan, and Korea, Hemerocallis grow from rhizomes and are famously hardy and easy to grow, making them a popular perennial around the world. Deer-resistant and rabbit-resistant Daylilies are excellent for mass planting and filling in a low-maintenance garden with color and texture. Happiest in sunny sites with average to poor soil, they will spread over time and can be divided approximately every 3-5 years. Toxic to pets if ingested.