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Day lily

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Day lily, any of several plants (genus Hemerocallis) of the lily family, growing 3–5 ft (91–150 cm) high. The day lily has sword-shaped leaves and yellow or orange, funnel-shaped flowers, which live only from sunrise to sunset.

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