Data specific to Daylilies (Edit)
AHS link: AHS Daylily Cultivar Info
Hybridizer: Grooms
Year of Registration or Introduction: 1977
Foliage type: Dormant
Scape height: 20 inches
Bloom size: 4.5 inches
Bloom time: Early midseason
Plant Traits: Diurnal
Fertility: Pod Fertile
Pollen Fertile
Bloom Traits: Self
Bloom Form: Double
Color description: deep gold self
AHS Awards: Award of Merit: 1985
Honorable Mention: 1982
LAA: 1991
IM: 1984
GD: 2001/2006

General Plant Information (Edit)
Plant Habit: Herb/Forb
Life cycle: Perennial
Sun Requirements: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Minimum cold hardiness: Zone 3 -40 °C (-40 °F) to -37.2 °C (-35)
Flowers: Showy
Propagation: Seeds: Will not come true from seed
Propagation: Other methods: Division
Ploidy: Diploid
Parentage: Whirling Skirt x Chum
Child plants: 70 child plants

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  • Daylily

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Comments:
  • Posted by stetchworth (Ocean Springs, MS - Zone 8b) on Sep 29, 2011 7:13 PM concerning plant:
    I have a large clump of these and this year they started blooming in June and I had blooms constantly until the middle of September. Stalks are about 20 inches tall and the flower is about 4 inches. This is a beautiful shade of bright orange and it is a double flower.
  • Posted by Natalie (North Central Idaho - Zone 7a) on Jul 17, 2015 10:57 PM concerning plant:
    This is the daylily that got me to appreciate orange daylilies! It is a beautiful shade of orange, and I don't think I've ever had a bloom that wasn't a double. It always opens very well, and the clump blooms for a very long time. Increase has been great as well.
  • Posted by Joy (Kalama, Wa. - Zone 8b) on Dec 3, 2011 5:39 PM concerning plant:
    Double flowered sunny gold self with good consistent form like a carnation. Black anthers, serrated edge petals and well branched scapes. Free flowering. Every flower perfectly formed and no crowding of blossoms. Low, compact plant habits, Superb foliage, easy pod parent, fertile pollen. Increases better in hot weather than cool.
  • Posted by Newyorkrita (North Shore, Long Island, NY ) on Sep 19, 2013 2:59 PM concerning plant:
    Condilla is one of the oldest daylilies in my garden. I have been growing Condilla for many, many years. It is steady and reliable. Condilla blooms well and puts on a pretty show every year.
  • Posted by LivinEZ (Bucks County PA - Zone 7a) on Sep 1, 2020 4:50 PM concerning plant:
    One of my favorite doubles. Consistently taller in my Bucks County PA garden than the listed 20 inches. Has reached 30-36 inches every year for four years.
  • Posted by bluegrassmom (South central KY - Zone 6b) on Mar 26, 2021 10:55 PM concerning plant:
    Nice bright yellow double. On the short side at 20 in.
Plant Events from our members
KJMarionGallant On July 4, 2019 Bloomed
carpathiangirl On September 28, 2020 Obtained plant
from Jaye
DeweyRooter On May 24, 2022 Bloomed
DeweyRooter On May 8, 2022 Miscellaneous Event
First scapes observed on both plants.
DeweyRooter On June 9, 2021 Bloomed
Clump from Oakes Daylilies bloomed
DeweyRooter On March 22, 2021 Obtained plant
Received plant from Partridge Hill Gardens. Planted in mailbox bed next to first one.
DeweyRooter On March 14, 2021 Obtained plant
Received plant from Oakes Daylilies. Planted in mailbox bed.
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