From late June to mid-August, more than 200 different varieties of daylilies bloom, and it is one of the most complete collections in Europe.
Daylilies take their name from the Greek “hemero”, meaning “one day” and “kallo”, which mean “beauty”. They symbolize the exaltation of perpetual renewal. These flowers belong to the lily family, blooming for one day and are replaced by another on the same stem the next day, ensuring flowering for several weeks.
Contrary to the delicacy of their flowers, daylilies are perennial and robust, resistant to pests and diseases. However, be patient, you must wait two or three years after planting for these flowers to reach the peak of their brilliance.