In the Victorian flower language, Daylilies (or Hemerocallis) symbolise coquetry or flirtation. It’s easy to understand that symbolism as Hemerocallis definitely flirts with you, revealing her beautiful flowers to you just for one day before letting it fade and producing another the next day. Giving your Daylily bare roots the right location involves picking a spot where there’s enough sun to encourage more flowers, but not enough to scorch it. Further than that, daylilies are fairly winter hardy, as well as rugged and adaptable. Daylilies establish and grow quickly, making them the perfect choice for perennial borders or as ground covers, and will return every year. Over 30 000 different daylily varieties are available, each of them beautiful in its own right.