|Hemerocallis fulva var. littorea is an
evergreen perennial, 0.5-1m in height, inhabiting sunny sandy soils,
cliffs, or slopes, in seashores. Leaves are of distichous
phyllotaxis; each is simple, thick, linear, and glossy, 50-70cm in
length and 1-1.5cm in width. Stem tops set dichasial cymes, in which
6-petaled orange-red flowers bloom upwards, a few numbers each on a
branch. The flower blooms in the morning and withers in the evening.
Bloom time: June-August.