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Feb 8, 2016 6:01 PM CST
'Corinthian Pink' is a dormant tetraploid introduced in 1996 by Grace Stamile. See Grace (and husband, Pat's) website for information about the daylilies they grow in Arroyo Grande, CA: http://www.distinctly.on.ca/st...
For more information about Grace (and Pat), read Char's thread: The thread "ATP Series: The Daylilies of Patrick and Grace Stamile" in Daylilies forum
Corinthian Pink is an early to mid-season extended bloomer with possible rebloom. It has earned the Honorable Mention: 2000 AHS award. It is both pod and pollen fertile with 27 registered children: http://garden.org/plants/paren...
This plant can be found in the ATP Plant Database at:
Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Corinthian Pink') .
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Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Corinthian Pink')
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Garden Rooms and Becky's Budget Garden
Athens, Ohio (Zone 6a)
Feb 8, 2016 10:02 PM CST
|Not a fast multiplier and modestly budded, but the flowers are large and grand. Scapes closer to 30" here.|
Feb 9, 2016 5:59 AM CST
|Beautiful DL. I never read or hear the word "Corinthian" without hearing Ricardo Montalban saying, |
"rich Corinthian leather." Sorry to digress here.
I think that if ever a mortal heard the voice of God it would be in a garden at the cool of the day. ~F. Frankfort Moore, A Garden of Peace
Feb 9, 2016 2:24 PM CST
|Corinthian Pink is a lovely and hardy daylily in zone 6b. It has good substance and stands up to the rain or sun. Does not multiply fast but is very consistent and blooms are large.|
Aug 1, 2017 7:41 AM CST
|CORINTHIAN PINK is a nice large flower with good substance. It is not a fast increaser. Survives zone 5 without any mulch. |