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Masses of scarlet, lily-like flowers with yellow midribs and throats appear continuously in mid summer. This daylily looks stunning planted in drifts in a sunny mixed or herbaceous border among 'hot' colors, or with cannas and montbretias as companions. The bright green, strap-like leaves are semi-evergreen in mild areas, and soon form large clumps of strap-like foliage that helps to suppress weeds and disguise the dying foliage of spring-flowering bulbs. Like most hemerocallis, it is robust and easy to grow.
• Common Name
• Botanical Name
Hemerocallis Stafford x Unknown
• Zones
2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
• Light Requirements
Full Sun, Half Sun / Half Shade
• Flower Color
• Estimated Mature Height
Up to 48" tall
• Estimated Mature Spread
20-24" wide
• Bloom Time
Early to mid summer

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