Starman's Quest had a long bloom season for me here. I purchased it on July 4th, planted it within a day or two, and I pollinated every SQ bloom I had this year, for a total of 27 blooms (on two different scapes, if I recall correctly). It bloomed July 17th until August 6th (7/17/15 - 8/6/15) here.
Starman's Quest is a type of daylily that does seem to change colors depending on the weather. It will appear more pink-ish some days and more purple-ish other days, but it is a beautiful flower. It's scapes are rather thin, but they still hold up nicely and I didn't need to stake them at all.
About half (13, I think) of the blooms I pollinated formed mature seedpods.
Here are some pictures:
The last picture really highlights several notable characteristics of the plant:
* the budding/branching structure
* the effects of wet weather (notice the thin tissues of one or two of the petals dissolving somewhat at the ends)
* the pink coloration (instead of purple) that occurs sometimes
Don't let the above list scare you, though; as you can see from the picture before it, Starman's Quest is a gorgeous flower overall. You might guess that Starman's Quest only turns pink during rainy weather (counter-intuitive to the more typical fading effect in bright sun), but that didn't seem to be the causal factor in my garden from what I recall. Weather may have played a part, but it's hard to say because it was pink once or twice on rainy days and once or twice on sunny days from my recollection. What caused the lighter coloring is a mystery to me.