Data specific to Daylilies (Edit)
||AHS Daylily Cultivar Info
|Year of Registration or Introduction:
||Honorable Mention: 2003
General Plant Information (Edit)
||Full Sun to Partial Shade
||Will not come true from seed
|Propagation: Other methods:
||Tetrinas Daughter x Tet. Purity
||14 child plants
Posted by Ispahan
(Chicago - Zone 6a) on Jul 2, 2012 7:49 PM concerning plant:
I am not a daylily lover or fan, but I have enjoyed this cultivar in my garden so far. Its single first season scape is 5 feet tall and loaded with lovely, sweetly fragrant, nocturnal blossoms. I am looking forward to future seasons as the clump builds up to produce multiple and taller scapes. A very nice daylily for daylily haters!
Posted by DaylilySLP
(Dearborn Hts, MI - Zone 6b) on Dec 21, 2018 6:37 PM concerning plant:
I first saw this cultivar at my sister-in-law's Daylily Garden. I wanted a few tall ones, so she gave me some fans.
It was about 6 feet tall in her garden. Mine was small the first few years, but it has multiplied into a large clump and is about 5 feet tall.
Nice yellow blooms hold up in hot weather.
It is one of my favorites, as I always know it will put up a lot of scapes and perform every year.
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