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Oct 2, 2021 6:01 PM CST
'Huckleberry Candy' is a dormant introduced in 1998 by Stamile.
It has earned the following AHS awards:
Honorable Mention: 2002
This plant can be found in our Plant Database at:
Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Huckleberry Candy') .
Please join in, if you own this plant! We would love to know more! I award an acorn for performance information posted to this thread.
Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Huckleberry Candy')
What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters, compared to what lies within us.
Garden Rooms and Becky's Budget Garden
Oct 2, 2021 8:46 PM CST
|Planted August 2020, I got some nice blooms out of it this year.
Considering that this were two tiny shriveled fans from G Wild, they have settled in very nicely. I got 23 blooms beginning July 3rd and ending August 17. It's a short plant but perfect for the front of the border
Oct 3, 2021 5:38 AM CST
|I bought mine last summer. This year it bloomed wonderfully. And set seeds easily. Lol can't find a handy photo.|
Oct 3, 2021 6:15 AM CST
|After struggling in TX I moved it to MI a couple of years ago where it finally performed. Over 60 days 1st to last bloom. Best scape this year 28 inches (dry scape) 24 buds 4 well-spaced branches.
Life is better at the lake.
Name: Greg Bogard
Winston-Salem, NC (Zone 7a)
Oct 4, 2021 12:13 PM CST
|I've had Huckleberry Candy a LONG time ago. It is a very reliable grower/bloomer here in USDA Zone 7a/b. It has a lot of "blue" in the flower, and is pretty consistent in it's color and size. It has a nice long scape that carries the flowers well above the foliage. 3 to 5 branching and lots of buds makes this one a great display plant, which is typical of the Candy series. It readily produces seed and can go either to full form, or UF, depending on the other parent in the cross. Though it is up there in age, I will still keep it---cause I like it---and I'm up there in age, too. lol
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