Data specific to Daylilies (Edit)
AHS link: AHS Daylily Cultivar Info
Hybridizer: Jesberger
Year of Registration or Introduction: 2002
Foliage type: Semi-evergreen
Scape height: 25 inches
Bloom size: 4.75 inches
Bloom time: Midseason
Plant Traits: Rebloom
Bud Count: 26-30
Branching: 5-way
Bloom Traits: Eye or Band
Bloom Form: Single
Color description: soft peach pink with white midribs and soft burgundy band and gold ruffled edge above yellow green throat

General Plant Information (Edit)
Plant Habit: Herb/Forb
Life cycle: Perennial
Sun Requirements: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Minimum cold hardiness: Zone 4a -34.4 °C (-30 °F) to -31.7 °C (-25 °F)
Flowers: Showy
Propagation: Seeds: Will not come true from seed
Propagation: Other methods: Division
Ploidy: Tetraploid
Parentage: Driving Me Wild x Wisest of Wizards
Child plants: one child plant

Common names
  • Daylily

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Uploaded by KeystoneCrossroads
Uploaded by KeystoneCrossroads
Uploaded by Hemlady
Location: Private Daylily Garden, MI (DKP)
Date: 7-2008
Location: Private Daylily Garden, MI (DKP)
Date: 7-2008
Location: Melvindale, Mi. 48122
Date: Mid season 2011
Love this one!!!
  • Posted by KeystoneCrossroads (Kylertown, PA) on Apr 12, 2011 12:57 PM concerning plant:
    Pennsylvania Bucktails (2002)


    (Driving Me Wild X Wisest of Wizards)

    Tetraploid, 4.75” flower, 25”scape, four to five way branching, 21-26 buds, mid season bloom, semi-evergreen to dormant) I know it doesn’t have the really fancy face everyone seems to want, but Northern gardeners will appreciate this one anyway as it loves to grow and is extremely hardy. Put up three scapes as a first year double-fan seedling in 2001, and then put up a rebloom scape toward the end of July 2001! Large, vigorous dark green foliage, very good increase. Early morning opener and opens wide even on cool northern mornings. Color is a soft, buff peach pink with white midribs and a soft burgundy eye. Yellow green throat, ruffled metallic gold edge, and moderately diamond dusted. Extremely fertile both ways. Named in honor of a famous Civil War Regiment from north-western Pennsylvania commanded by General Thomas L. Kane.

    I am getting reports from some Northern hybridizers that Pennsylvania Bucktails is giving them very vigorous seedlings.

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