Timeless Blooming Daylily Mix 6 pc.
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Daylilies are one of the most popular, dependable, hardy and long-lived flowers that you can enjoy with so little effort anywhere in the country. They simply grow everywhere from full sun to partial shade and withstand the harshest of weather conditions. This 6 pc. premium and award winning daylily mix has been created for a wide display of summer color to last in your gardens for many seasons. These daylilies are long-lasting continuous bloomers, some fragrant, and many with deep colored eyes and throats, easily helping to brighten up your summer gardens! This outstanding daylily mix includes 6 different colored reblooming daylilies mixed together and unlabeled in one bag.
|Botanical Name:||Hemerocallis hybrids||Common Name:||Daylily||Hardiness Zone:||3-10; Cold Tolerance: -30F||Sun Shade:||Full to Partial Sun||SKU:||R338814 / Perennial||Bloom Time:||Summer to Autumn- 2nd Season||Cultivar:||All varieties mixed together unlabeled in one bag- 1 each: Pink Damask, Mauna Loa (orange), Bonanza (yellow w/ burgundy eye), Charles Johnston (red), Pandorra's Box (cream w/ burgundy eye), and Russian Rhapsody (purple)||HT/WD:||24-30 in / 20-24 in, (space 24 inches apart)||Special:||Fragrant, Attracts Butterflies & Hummingbirds, Drought Tolerant, Deer & Rabbit Resistant, Heat Tolerant||Uses:||Garden, borders, walkways, hard to water areas, landescape, patio containers, cut flowers||Growing Guides:||Daylily||Ships:||bareroot # 1||Shipping Schedule:||Zone Map|
First, in the collection is Pink Damask. This award winner (AHS Award of Merit 1957) features rosy pink blossoms and lighter midribs with golden-yellow throats. Next, is Mauna Loa, a tetraploid at only 22” tall displaying large 5” gold blended flowers with red edging and a light green throat. This outstanding performer achieved the AHS or American Daylily Society Honorable Mention in 1981. Bonanza, a stunning heirloom, is next with fragrant, rich golden-yellow flowers and a contrasting deep purple eye. This daylily is highly regarded as an old time favorite for perennial gardens and it’s perfect for borders, prairie and meadow gardens, or city and courtyards too. Charles Johnston, a bright and cheery early midseason daylily produces an abundance of 6” wide reddish-burgundy flowers with a bright green throat on top of 24” stems and deep green mounded foliage. This variety is a high performing rebloomer that emits a candy apple fragrance. This tetraploid daylily earned the prestigious AHS Award of Merit in 1988 as well as honorable mention from the AHS in 1985. It’s a superior reblooming and fragrant daylily and it’s one of the earliest daylilies to bloom and a great way to start a beautiful season! Next in this stunning collection is Pandorra’s Box, also another early midseason daylily with reblooming characteristics that is highly fragrant too. It’s vigorous growth nature produces large 4” wide flowers of creamy white blossoms and a contrasting cranberry-purple eye and an emerald green throat. It’s a real show stopper and simply irresistible to adorn while blooming in the summer garden. It’s also a recipient of the AHS Award of Merit in 1987 and Honorable Mention winner from the AHS in 1987. Finally, Russian Rhapsody rounds out this outstanding daylily mix. This rebloomer sends up violet purple flowers with yellow throats measuring 6” across! It’s the tallest in the group, with scapes extending 30”. Another tetraploid and midseason bloomer which adds considerable richness and color uniqueness to your summer gardens. This one too was awarded the highly acclaimed AHS Award of Merit in 1979 as well as the AHS Lenington All American Award for being the best performing daylily in 1989. This daylily mix is comprised of premium daylilies, which means that they have been selected as a highly performing perennial plant with exceptional bloom performance, substantive, vibrantly colored flowers and high bud counts, complete winter hardiness in northern zones, and vigorous habit while multiplying rapidly.