Hemerocallis - ERIN LEA Daylily (Blaney, 1992)
Golden yellow self with yellow throat.
Height is 24 inches with 6 inch bloom.
Mid Season bloom, Dormant, Tetraploid, Extended.
- Consistently outstanding, refined flower form and color
- Sunny golden yellow complete self edged in unusually fringed, frilly ruffles
- Blooms in midseason; rebloomer
- Well-branched, heavily budded scapes
- Zones 3-9
Broad, rounded flower is a sunny golden yellow complete self, all parts of the flower are the same color, edged in unusually fringed, frilly ruffles. Petals open flat, making the flowers look even larger than they are. They remain in this perfect condition all day even though they are open for at least 16 hours. Strong, well-branched, heavily budded scapes with large 5.5 to 6 inch blossoms in midseason.
Parentage: (Leonidas x seedling)
Mature field grown plant shipped bare root.