What is the difference between Daylilies and Daffodils?

The difference between daylilies and daffodils

is that "daylilies" is any of several perennial plants, of the genus Hemerocallis, that have fleshy roots, grasslike leaves and colourful flowers that bloom for just one day and "daffodils" is of a brilliant yellow color, like that of a daffodil.

daylilies

daffodils

Noun

  • Any of several perennial plants, of the genus Hemerocallis, that have fleshy roots, grasslike leaves and colourful flowers that bloom for just one day.

Adjective

  • Of a brilliant yellow color, like that of a daffodil.

Noun

  • A bulbous plant of the genus Narcissus, with yellow flowers and a trumpet shaped corona, especially Narcissus pseudonarcissus, the national flower of Wales.
  • A brilliant yellow color, like that of a daffodil.

Examples

  • When daffadils begin to peere, / With heigh the Doxy ouer the dale, / Why then comes in the ſweet o’ the yeere, / For the red blood raigns in yͤ winters pale.
  • I wandered lonely as a Cloud / That floats on high o’er Vales and Hills, / When all at once I saw a crowd / A host of dancing Daffodills; / Along the Lake, beneath the trees, / Ten thousand dancing in the breeze.
  • Was there ever a more beautiful name in the world than daffodil? Say it over to yourself, and then say “agapanthus" or “chrysanthemum," or anything else you please, and tell me if the daffodils do not have it.
  • daffodil colour:
  • Where Ships of Purple — gently toss —
  • On Seas of Daffodil —
  • Fantastic Sailors — mingle —
  • And then — the Wharf is still!