Are you certain it's a daylily? Daylily - Hemerocallis is an outdoor perennial and I can't imagine it surviving indoors over the winter. Could it be a calla lily. Is this what your plant looks like?
If so, it's a bulb and you should separate the African violet and put it in it's own pot. African violets prefer to dry a bit before watering and callas prefer a moist soil.
What other plants are low maintenance, and pretty flowers?
I'm thinking you mean houseplants. Peace Lily or Spathiphyllum will bloom on and off if kept in a bright spot and fertilized with an organic fertilizer such as fish emulsion or fish emulsion mixed with seaweed. The fish emulsion has an odor but it dissipates after you water.
Αnthurium is another pretty bloomer.
Gardenia can be a bit tricky, but with the right conditions and some milk fertilizer they can bloom prolifically.
Once you feel a bit more confident Orchids bloom for long periods of time. If potted in the correct orchid pot with the proper orchid growing medium, they can be easy care. Stay with the easy ones first - Cymbidium, Dendrobium and Phalaenopsis.
For blooming indoor plants I also use milk, cooled veggie cooking water that has NO salt added and cooled water from hard or soft boiling eggs. For the milk I just fill the empty container with water and use that to water my plants.