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Oakes Daylilies

(Daylily, Early-blooming Daylily, Rosie Meyer Daylily)

The daylily is a popular perennial revered for its reliability, ease of growth and beauty. Early in the season, ‘Rosie Meyer’ offers starry deep red flowers with gold throats. They are day-blooming and rise from tall clumps of green strap-like leaves that remain evergreen where winters are mild. It was bred by Alexander in 1957. If well cared for and regularly deadheaded, this daylily will rebloom.

Daylilies are clump-forming and spread slowly via rhizomes. The flowers have six tepals (showy...

(Daylily, Route Sixty Six Daylily)

The daylily is a popular perennial revered for its reliability, ease of growth and beauty. In midsummer, ‘Route Sixty Six’ offers deepest red flowers with darker eyezones and yellow-green throats. They are day-blooming and rise from robust clumps of green strap-like leaves that become dormant in winter. It was bred by Bryant in 1967 and is a cross between (‘Myra Hinson’ x ‘Moonlight Tryst’) and ‘Nancy Treadwell.' If well cared for and regularly deadheaded, this daylily will rebloom.

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Mark A. Miller

(Daylily, Royal Blueblood Daylily)

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Oakes Daylilies

(Daylily, Royal Palace Prince Daylily)

In midsummer, the tetraploid ‘Royal Palace Prince’ offers fragrant rosy lavender flowers with yellow-green throats. They are day-blooming and rise from robust clumps of green strap-like leaves that become fully dormant in winter. It was bred by Klehm in 1993.

Daylilies are clump-forming and spread slowly via rhizomes. The flowers have six tepals (showy petal-like sepals) that vary widely in size, shape and color. The blooms are commonly held in branched clusters on long leafless stems that stand...

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Mark A. Miller

(Daylily, Ruby Grandeur Daylily)

Surrounding a yellow-green throat are bold ruby red petals and sepals on the Ruby Grandeur daylily. The daylily is a popular perennial revered for its reliability, ease of growth and floral beauty. In early to midsummer (depending on climate), the hybrid tetraploid ‘Ruby Grandeur' produces 5-inch-wide (13 cm) flowers atop a naked stem called a scape. The six round, petal-like tepals are bright red with tiny-ruffled edges. The flower's throat blushes green-yellow deep inside. The scapes rise from...

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Robert E. House

(Daylily, Ruby Stella Daylily)

This is a red-flowered variant of the ever popular compact rebloomer ‘Stella d’Oro.’ The flowers of the early blooming ‘Ruby Stella’ are slightly fragrant and deep red with yellow-green throats. They are day-blooming, triangular in shape and have ruffled petals. The flowers arise from neat clumps of green strap-like leaves that will remain semi-evergreen in more southern zones. If well cared for and regularly deadheaded, this daylily will bloom from late spring through summer and even into fall....

(Daylily, Ruby Throat Daylily)

In mid to late-summer, the tetraploid ‘Ruby Throat’ offers big fragrant blooms of pure ruby red with yellow-green throats. They are day-blooming and rise from robust clumps of green strap-like leaves that become dormant in winter.

Daylilies are clump-forming and spread slowly via rhizomes. The flowers have six tepals (showy petal-like sepals) that vary widely in size, shape and color. The blooms are commonly held in branched clusters on long leafless stems that stand above the foliage. Each...

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Roycroft Daylily Nursery

(Daylily, Ruffled Apricot Daylily)

In early to midsummer, the tetraploid ‘Ruffled Apricot’ offers big, fragrant, ruffled blooms of apricot with pink midribs and golden apricot throats. They are day-blooming and rise from robust clumps of green strap-like leaves that become dormant in winter. This cultivar was bred by Baker in 1972 and is a cross between ‘Northbrook Star’ and an unknown cultivar.

Daylilies are clump-forming and spread slowly via rhizomes. The flowers have six tepals (showy petal-like sepals) that vary widely in...

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Jesse Saylor

(Daylily, Russell's Minuet Daylily)

The daylily is a popular perennial revered for its reliability, ease of growth and floral beauty. Introduced in 1947, the Russell's Minuet daylily is a hybrid that produces orange-red and yellow flowers that occur anytime from late mid-spring to late midsummer, depending on climate.

The hybrid 'Russell's Minuet' displays its flowers on tall, branching naked stems called scapes. The scapes rise from clumps of strappy green leaves that die away every winter. Six petal-like tepals comprise a daylily's...

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Roycroft Daylily Nursery

(Daylily, Russian Rhapsody Daylily)

The daylily is a popular perennial revered for its reliability, ease of growth and beauty. In midsummer, the tetraploid ‘Russian Rhapsody’ offers big violet-purple flowers with darker eyezones and yellow throats. They are day-blooming and rise from tall clumps of green strap-like leaves that remain semi-evergreen in winter. It was bred by Munson in 1973 and is a cross between ‘Knave’ and ‘Chicago Ryal.’ If well cared for and regularly deadheaded, this daylily will rebloom.

Daylilies are clump-forming...