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70 of 358 Daylilies

 Additional Information
Shipping Season March-October
SeedPoints Earned 25
Species Hemerocallis hybrid
Hybridizer Ireland (1979)
Bloom Period June-July
Sun Exposure Sun
Soil Type Any with care
Avg. Height22 in.
Bloom Size 5 in.
Zone Range 3 to 9


5" bloom, 22" tall, Mid Season + rebloom, Dormant

Deep yellow blooms have a contrasting maroon eyezone around a chartreuse throat. Ruffled edges.

We ship large divisions (3+ fans) of field grown plants, freshly dug and guaranteed to please.

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 Customer Reviews

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October 29, 2007  ********** 10
A gardener from Goodlettsville, TN (Zone 7)

Love this daylily! It is a total standout in our garden, and I can't take enough pictures. If you like daylilies with eyes, this is a must have.

August 7, 1999  ********* 9
A gardener from Stow, OH (Zone 5)

The picture of this one is very close to the actual flower in bloom. Mine started blooming in early July and is still in bloom.

July 13, 1999  ********** 10
Debby Bingham from Nashville, TN (Zone 6)

This is a sturdy plant and flower. It has substance and lasting depth of color in petals and the maroon eye. It is not listed as a rebloomer, but it is putting up a second set of scapes! Highly recommended.

June 29, 1999  ********* 9
A gardener from Crestline, CA (Zone 10)

So far this has been my favorite Dayily in my Garden. The flowers are of beautiful form and I like the clear vibrant colors. Bloomed well for me with more shade than most Daylilies will tolerate.

June 8, 1999  ******* 7
William Marchant from Tuscaloosa, AL (Zone 7)

This is a pretty garden flower with its little maroon eye. It does however fade for me here in the hot south. Its petal seem to be too thin too hold up to 100 degree weather.

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