Debra, that was Ann's picture of PICOTEE PRISM that I posted, and here is how it looked for me:
Not nearly as dramatic, but I still love it! However, it's a dormant and doesn't bloom as much for me in my warm climate as I'd like. But if dormants do well in your area it should be wonderful. And AMETHYST PRISM and AZURE PRISM are seedlings of TET TIME STOPPER, a daylily with huge blooms that I was totally taken with, so when I first saw them I just had to have them both. And AMETHYST PRISM is a little taller with blooms a little bigger than AZURE PRISM, which I also really like, but the blooms on AMETHYST are so huge and dramatic that I instantly fell in love with it. And it is just finishing its rebloom here, which is another characteristic I really like. It just brings a big smile to my face every time I see it.
I also like PIRATE'S PRISM, EMERALD PRISM and FEATHERED PRISM a lot too -- those blooms are never a disappointment! Oh yes, and PIKES PEAK too -- forgot about that one!
I just ordered another plant of PICOTEE PRISM through the Lily Auction (Abundantdaylilies) for my niece who lives in Iowa, and I know she's going to love it!
Here's why I love the prism daylilies -- very geometric!