Day lily (scientific name: Hemerocallis citrina Baroni; English name: Daylily), also known as day lily, lemon sedge, forget the grass, is a lily, lily family perennial herb, root near meat quality, the middle and lower parts often have a spindle-like expansion. The calyx varies in length, the peduncle is shorter, the flower is more, the flower is yellowish, orange-red, black-purple; the capsule is blunt-triangular elliptical, and the flowering period is from May to September. Day lily has a sweet and cool taste, and has the effects of stopping bleeding, reducing inflammation, clearing heat, dampness, digestion, eyesight, soothing and so on. It has curative effect on vomiting blood, bloody stool, urinary incontinence, insomnia, and lack of milk. It can be used as a post- or post-natal period. Tonic. The flower of daylily has the effect of strengthening the stomach, through the milk, and supplementing the blood. The lactating women have insufficient milk secretion, which can play the role of milking through the milk; the effect of the roots on diuresis and swelling can be used to treat edema and urinate. Unfavorable; leaves have the effect of calming the nerves, can treat neurasthenia, upset, sleepless, edema and other symptoms. It is customary to use a variety of sedge roots for medicine, and as a flower bud that only uses yellow sedge. Day lily has good brain and anti-aging effects because it is rich in lecithin. This substance is a component of many cells in the body, especially brain cells, which plays an important role in enhancing and improving brain function. It can remove the deposits in the arteries and has special curative effects on symptoms such as inattention, memory loss, and cerebral artery occlusion. Therefore, people call it "brain-brain". According to research, day lily can significantly reduce the content of serum cholesterol, which is conducive to the rehabilitation of patients with hypertension, and can be used as a health vegetable for patients with hypertension. Day lily also contains active ingredients to inhibit the growth of cancer cells. Rich crude fiber can promote the excretion of stool, so it can be used as a food for prevention and treatment of intestinal cancer. 
Because the pollen of fresh daylily contains a chemical called colchicine, colchicine itself is non-toxic, but after eating it, it will oxidize into toxic colchicine in the body. So fresh daylilies don't be eaten like this.
Separate the petals of the day lily by hand to reveal the flower inside.
Remove all the flower parts.
Rinse it several times, then soak it in light salt water for 20 minutes, pour off the water and wash it several times.
Soak the dried fungus with warm water when soaking the daylily
Boil the appropriate amount of water in the pot, add a little salt and cooking oil, boil the broccoli and the fungus to the cooked water, and remove the water.
Put the hot daylily and fungus into the container, add all the seasoning, garlic and a small amount of pepper on the surface, a few peppers in the pot to the oil heat, the pepper is removed, and the hot oil is poured on the garlic. .
Stir well and load the plate.
Fresh daylilies must be soaked and boiled. A small amount of vinegar can increase the flavor. The sugar is used for freshening. Do not add too much salt at one time. Stir it evenly and then add it. The cold dish is marinated for a period of time, and the salty taste will be aggravated.