A flower scape without leaves. The daylily flower stalk has no leaves except some modified leaves called bracts. The stalk is the entire flower scape above the crown. Buds and blooming flowers are at the top of the stalk. Any lateral branching or stems are also part of the stalk.

Also see: Bract, Crown, Scape, Branching, Stem.

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The American Daylily Society