Penny's Worth is an early-mid in my garden. In fact, it just sent up it's first blooms of the season 2-3 days ago. It has only been in my garden 2 years, but it has established a very nice clump with very grassy-looking, dark-green leaves that are very pretty, and the cute little yellow flowers make a great ornamental. This is a highly decorative plant and, because the blooms are smaller, the spent buds don't look sloppy. which makes for a cleaner look once it's blooming period takes off.
Penny's worth is both pod and pollen fertile in my garden. The small blooms make for small pods, though, and only a few seeds. That's not entirely a bad thing, but just know that, unlike many dips that go gangbusters with seed production, this one will only produce a few for you. It's cute though.
I never thought I would like a smaller flower (I'm a BIG bloom sort of person)...and it's just a little lemon yellow-colored daylily, no less...but I do really like it and I definitely will not be getting rid of it any time soon. Adorableness has its place.
Be aware that sometimes it does bloom in the foliage. Some people consider this a major flaw, but the blooms are still bright and visible and, for me, it doesn't detract from the beauty of the plant. Sometimes tall scapes with just a few blooms looks awkward. There's something to be said for a brightly-polka-dotted 'bush' of a daylily.
It does make for a nice daylily and, although I don't use it much in my hybridizing plan, I do love it for and recommend it for an ornamental grassy-looking plant. Better than just plain ornamental grasses, if you ask me!