Past Plants of the Day forum: Daylily of the Day: Heartbeat of Heaven

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Name: Becky
Sebastian, Florida (Zone 10a)
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Jan 11, 2016 6:01 PM CST
Background history:

'Heartbeat of Heaven' is a semi-evergreen tetraploid introduced in 2004 by Karol Emmerich. Karol does her hybridizing at Springwood Gardens in Jordan, Minnesota:

More info about Karol Emmerich can be found on this thread by Char:
The thread "ATP Series: The Daylilies of Karol Emmerich" in Daylilies forum

Heartbeat of Heaven is a mid-season to late bloomer with possible rebloom. It has earned the following AHS awards: Honorable Mention: 2007 and Award of Merit: 2010. It is pod and pollen fertile with 68 registered children:

This plant can be found in the ATP Plant Database at:
Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Heartbeat of Heaven') .

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Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Heartbeat of Heaven')
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Name: Ford Stinson
Bossier City, La (Zone 8b)
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Jan 11, 2016 7:27 PM CST
Heartbeat of Heaven is a great plant. I have been growing it for 5 years in my zone 8 garden. I find that it is a bit shorter than the 32" it is registered as and the bud count is typically around 16.

It is fertile both ways and is a great parent. 68 flowers have been registered with it as a parent, with many more sure to follow.

I would recommend this flower.
Name: Theresa Maris
Bowling Green,KY (Zone 6b)
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Jan 11, 2016 9:34 PM CST
Heartbeat of Heaven is a beautiful Daylily and performs wonderfully in zone 6b, southern Kentucky. It is a medium grower and does not increase quickly but blooms consistently and is very easy to set pods on.

Name: Cynthia (Cindy)
Melvindale, Mi (Zone 5b)
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Jan 12, 2016 8:12 AM CST
I have had Heartbeat of Heaven for 5 years and love it!!!! It doesn't increase very fast but blooms for a long time. I have never actually counted buds but I would bet it has over 20 per scape. Scapes grow to their 32" height here. The first 2 years I had it, I could not set any pods and even the pollen didn't work. Once it settled in I have set many pods on it. Last summer it did rebloom for me. The flowers never fade here and have great substance. Can't say enough positive about this plant!!!!


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Name: Linda
southern Minn. (Zone 4b)
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Jan 12, 2016 7:42 PM CST
I have had 'Heartbeat of Heaven' for 4 years and like it very much. I have found its color can vary quite a bit (as you can see from the several pictures from different growers here on this forum), but that is one of the things I like about it!

Thumb of 2016-01-13/alwaysbehindMN/42e877

I have not kept any record of branching, bud count, etc. but as I recall it blooms for quite a long time.
I took above photo because it showed a bloom with more yellow than usual and just looked so pretty!

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