I saw this beautiful daylily at my local botanical garden. It did not have the usual identification label as most all other plants at the garden. I would love to purchase one if I can identify it. This was the one and only bloom...taken July 5th. The scape was very short....maybe 15-18 inches.
That's what I was thinking, but no one seems to know what it is. It was more cream, rather than yellow.. It looks like some of the Floyd or Gaskin introductions, but I didn't see it listed. I sure would like to have a few fans of it.
Perhaps someone will recognize it but if not you could try emailing the botanical garden or checking their website, assuming they have one, to see if they list the cultivars in their daylily collection.
Im a member of my local botanical garden and I checked around and nobody knows the name of it. This was planted near a few clumps of Happy Returns and may have gotten mislabeled before planting. I sure do like it!
I have a NOID that came from Blueridge in 2013, that looks very similar. Short (15"-18") thick scapes, it is a larger heavy substance bloom. I know this is of little help to your question, other than maybe it is not uncommon.
Becky, the eye looks similar but the one that I saw was tighter and smaller. The height is spot on. I realize that the same cultivar can look different depending upon the soil and other growing conditions so it maybe the same one.