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    A daylily is a flowering plant in the genus Hemerocallis / ˌ h ɛ m ᵻ r oʊ ˈ k æ l ᵻ s / . [2] Gardening enthusiasts and professional horticulturalists have long bred daylily species for their attractive flowers . Thousands of cultivars have been registered by local and international Hemerocallis societies. [3] Hemerocallis is now placed in family Asphodelaceae , subfamily Hemerocallidoideae , but used to be part of Liliaceae (which includes true lilies).

    What flower forms are found in daylilies?

    Daylily blooms have a wide array of different forms or shapes. Currently, the AHS officially recognizes the following forms for exhibition purposes: single , double , spider , unusual form , and polymerous flowers:

    Both diploid and triploid forms are known in the wild, but most cultivated plants are tetraploids which easily produce seeds and can also reproduce vegetatively by stolons or division. [ citation needed ] At least four botanical varieties are recognized, including the typical triploid var. fulva , the diploid, long-flowered var. angustifolia ( syn. : var. longituba ), the triploid var. kwanzo , where the stamens are modified into additional petals , and the evergreen var. aurantiaca . [2]