The "eyes" have it with this brilliant daylily! Golden orange flowers display a very prominent, sienna red eye that covers at least half of the petals and a matching red, extra wide picotee, ruffled edge. There is almost more red than orange in this daylily because of it's exceptionally large eye. The colors are clear and vibrant, making quite a statement, even from a distance. The thick, gold dusted petals glimmer in the summer sun.
Alabama Jubilee is a fiery red-orange flower with deeper red bands and a gold center.Pest resistant foliage looks great throughout the whole season. Petals are ruffled and fragrant. This daylily blooms in the midsummer.
Always Afternoon is a tetraploid with striking plum purple daylily and bursting blooms. Petals are crimped with thin pink edges. Blooms in the midsummer/early June. Also, this daylily has an extended rebloomer time. Evergreen foliage stays delightful all season long.
Apricot Sparkles is a diploid, diamond dusted flower with peach and apricot shades (3-4"). Petals are edged with ruffling and have yellow-tinged center throats. Flowers continuously bloom from the start of late May. This daylily has an exceptional bloom performance.
Baby Moon Cafe offers a high bud count with fragrant blossoms and a perfect flower form. This daylily has 3" creamy yellow and diamond dusted flowers with wine purple centers. Ruffled and recurved tepals. The arching foliage forms a strong clump. Dormant tetraploid.
5", pink bitone: baby pink petals with paler pink midribs and sepals. Lemon yellow eye and green throat. Flower form is a 6-point star (tepals are long, narrow, and pointed and there is space between each one).
4.5", rich, yellow-orange tepals with maroon eye and orange throat.+ Petal edges are slightly crimped; sepals are smooth and somewhat curved. High bud count. Blooms in midsummer; rebloomer.+ One of the most consistent reblooming Daylilies.+ Tetraploid.
Very light creamy yellow blossoms with a hint of peach display a prominent wine purple eye and matching picotee edge half way up the attractively ruffled petals. The broad, rounded, recurved petals, glowing chartreuse throat, and diamond dusting make this flower even more beautiful.
Blueberry Candy is well-branched and heavily budded. Many different flowers opening on one stem. Blooms in midsummer and reblooms later in the season. This daylily offers fragrant blossoms which are ivory colored with a blueberry colored eye matching the narrow edge on the ruffled petals.
6", highly fragrant flowers the color of a tropical sunset: burnt coppery-orange self with a golden orange band and small, deep green throat. Petals have a prominent gold midribs and tightly ruffled edges; sepals have smooth, gold edges.
If you're looking for the WOW factor in daylilies, look no further than the 'Cherokee Star'. It boasts huge 7" flowers with a broadly triangular form. They are true cherry red with a prominent, yellow throat that radiates out onto the softly recurved petals. Strong, branched scapes carrying very large buds appear in mid-late season.
Light golden orange flowers have a very prominent cherry red eye. Broad, rounded petals overlap, creating a uniquely shaped eye zone which is notched at the midribs. A very fine, scarlet red line edges the petals half way around. Upwards of 30 buds are produced on each strong, well-branched scape.
Other apricot-colored daylilies will look dull in comparison to this vibrant, crowd-pleasing variety. Colors include pink, gold, cream and yellow. The golden yellow color is concentrated in the center of the petals, just above the tiny lime green throat. Very attractive ruffling make the flower even more pleasing to the eye.
Flowers have a 5.5", dusty cream-pink self with a large, dark purple eye and green throat. Petals overlap, creating a uniquely shaped eye zone. Petals have dark purple picotee, pie crust edges; sepals have smooth borders.
Set your benches and gardens ablaze with the large 5", flaming red-orange blossoms of this reblooming daylily. Its color is so vibrant, you'll need sunglasses to even look at it! Daylily expert Arthur Kroll calls 'Desert Flame' "the most beautiful in its color class, a terrific daylily", and we completely agree
DESIRED EFFECT – Pierce G. 4000-n (Blue Jay Tapestry x Matthew Weldon) SEV, EM, 36” high, 6.75-7” flower, 6 way branching, 35-40 buds.
Cream white base with raspberry veining and circle pattern. Bold purple eye with sky blue clouds in the pattern, darker veining, sepals are lighter with more blue color, triple edged on petals, above a lime green throat. Fragrant. Stunning! Perfection on Every Bloom! Fertile both ways.
A twist on the old classic! 'Double Pardon Me' has the same color as its namesake but with dramatically more tepals. Instead of the standard amount of 6 tepals, according to the breeder, these flowers can have as many as 18 tepals. The unique look of this daylily will get you talking-it certainly did for us.
24" wide by 18" wide. Rebloomer. Midsummer. Red shades. Medium growth rate.
Gigantic 7" flowers of incredible substance are rich cream with a glowing yellow-green throat. The ruffled, shimmering diamond dusted petals open wide and flat, making the flowers appear even larger. Thick, 4-5 way branched scapes carry the fragrant blossoms in early summer and then again later in the season.
Earlybird Cardinal produces 4" wide, watermelon red flowers with a pie crust edge and chartreuse throat. It is documented to produce six or more fans per season compared to 2-3 fans produced on an average daylily. It also tends to produce more than one flower scape per fan, so the plants quickly grow to form a highly floriferous, robust clump.
This evergreen daylily has proven to be hardy in zones 4-9. Evergreen diploid.
Ruffled pumpkin orange blossoms has a deeper orange eyezone that highlights the yellow throat. The petals have attractive ruffling that show off its rounded petals and unique coloration. A perfect choice for landscapes with early and extended color!