Hemerocallis - RASPBERRY SUEDE Daylily (Blaney, 1998)
Black raspberry self with small green throat .
Height is 28 inches with 5 inch bloom.
Mid season bloom, Dormant, Tetraploid, Diurnal.
- Named for its unusually smooth, suede-like texture
- Unique shade of sunfast, rich raspberry red like raspberry syrup
- Diamond dusted petals with a slight pie crust ruffled edge
- Well-branched scapes carry 20+ buds
- Good grower in the landscape
- Zones 3-9
Parents: Vintage Bordeaux x Red Grace. Smooth, velvety suede-like texture, large 5 inch flowers are a unique shade of rich raspberry red, and quite sunfast for such a dark color. Pie crust edge, diamond dusted petals, and small chartreuse throat, with two or three way branched scapes that carry 20 or more buds apiece.
Mature field grown plant shipped bare root..