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Plant Patent 16,515. Cultivar name: Endless Heart Expect up to 4 seasons of bloom each year from this magnificent red daylily, one... of breeder Darrel Appss Very finest. Part of the Jersey Earlybird? series, Earlybird Cardinal? delights with large watermelon-red blooms and evergreen foliage. Dont miss it for the perennial border, meadow garden, and containers. The flowers measure up to 4 inches wide, and arise on very floriferous plants. Earlybird Cardinal? sets 6 or more fans per plant, instead of the usual 2 to 3, so you get twice the blooms and then some. The first flush is in late spring, repeating steadily into early autumn. Thats an amazing show for any perennial! These blooms are lovely, saturated wtih light red color and starred with a chartreuse throat. The edges of each petal are pie-crusted, creating a stylish look that is repeated by the many dozen as the season progresses. Earlybird Cardinal? reaches about 21 inches high, a butterfly and hummingbird magnet in the sunny garden. Like all daylilies, it is left alone by most pests, highly disease-resistant, and tolerant of adversity from dry soil to heat and humidity. Easy to grow, easier to fall in love with, its a must-have! This diploid keeps its foliage through winter in most areas, making it a good choice for the foundation and other high-visibility spots. Zones 4-9. read more

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Plant Patent #18,538. American Perennial Diva, Stephanie Cohen, has been given the honor of having this delightful little daylily ...named after her. A hardy, everblooming beauty, its uniquely colored, boasting a bicolor blend of peachy pink, ruffled petals with a thin, purple eye, a dazzling yellow throat, and deep rose-purple sepals. It needs no maintenance to bloom almost continuously from early summer into fall. Stephanies Return is a short, sweet daylily that stands only 14-16 high, with a width of 14-16, making it a great choice for most any location. Bred by Dr. Darrel Apps. Like all Daylilies, Stephanies Return is extremely easy to grow. Find a location with plenty of sunshine and good soil drainage, and the battle is nearly won! It slowly spreads over time, asking only to be divided every few years. Impervious to heat, humidity, drought, cold, deer, poor soil, and most pests and diseases, Hemerocallis are among the most adaptable of all perennials. They make fine companions to Narcissus, the strap-like foliage concealing the dying Daffodil foliage, and also combine beautifully with Tall Bearded Iris, which bloom just before them, in most climates. Zones 4-8. read more

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Synonym: Razzmatazz The de Oro name promises greatness, and this brilliant purple and yellow bloom does not disappoint! Reblooming... tirelessly from midsummer into fall, this gorgeous diploid is the perfect solution for sunny borders, meadow gardens, groundcover, and small-space sites. Technically a miniature, it wow with 2-inch blooms so bright and bold they appear to be much larger -- especially among the fresh green foliage on compact plants. Purple de Oro sports rich, plummy purple blooms so saturated with color they appear to be wet. Darker violet veins, very slender, span the length of each petal, which terminates in an elegant pie-crusted effect. And the sepals are tipped in white for extra showiness. Wow! This daylily reaches just 20 inches high, and is irresistible to butterflies and hummingbirds. Like all Hemerocallis, it thrives in a wide range of soils, light, and environments. Give it a good start in life with well-drained, enriched soil and plenty of moisture, and it will establish quickly and take off! Few plants are easier. A fine complement to the classic Stella de Oro as well as to perennials of all types, Purple de Oro also makes a nice companion to daylilies in the sunny garden. As its new spring foliage fills in -- lush and arching -- it helps hide the keeled-over, browning stems of your Narcissus! A nice little partnership. Zones 3-9. read more

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Marque Moon is an endlessly fascinating daylily. Depending on the weather, it will appear either more creamy or more peachy-pink, ...with a pearlescent sort of sheen at all times known as diamond dusting. The flowers are huge, the plant vigorous, and the care so easy. Every sunny garden deserves this carefree perennial! The blooms measure 5 to 5 inches wide, quite large for any daylily and simply spectacular when the plant is in full flower, especially if part of a large planting. And since each Marque Moon can be expected to set 40 buds per scape, the show continues over a very long midsummer season. These flowers are a creamy shade with a primrose-yellow throat and yellow ruffled (pie-crusted) edges. The pink and peach cast shows up best on overcast days, and the diamond dusting glints in the sun. Fabulous! Expect Marque Moon to reach about 24 inches high, thriving in any well-drained soil receiving full sun or very light, partial shade. Like all daylilies, it is virtually indestructible, thriving despite drought, heat, humidity, cold, and poor soil fertility. Once established, this is a carefree perennial you will treasure. Most pests and diseases do not faze it, and its a happy companion in the border or meadow garden to daffodils as well as other flowering perennials. Zones 3-9. read more

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Heat up your summer garden with this high-performing hemerocallis. The blooms are huge, brilliantly colored, and appear all summer... long on vigorous plants that go totally dormant in winter, making them successful in northern gardens where semi-evergreen daylilies often struggle with rot. Feature Alabama Jubilee in your sunny border, foundation, meadow, or driveway garden this season, and watch how it outperforms nearly every other plant in the vicinity! The colorful, thick-petaled blooms are excellent in the vase, adding an exciting dash of fiery orange that will last for several weeks. And these cutflower-quality blooms are also a boon in the landscape, attracting butterflies and hummingbirds to sip at their nectar all summer long. Alabama Jubilee is a tetraploid, meaning it has twice the chromosomes of traditional (diploid) daylilies. This is significant for several reasons. First, it gives the plant greater vigor, resulting in larger, brighter, more substantial blooms that repeat in late summer after a heavy early season flush. Second, it increases the growth potential of the plant, helping it stand up to adversity and send out new flowering stems quicker than older varieties. Third, it takes off more quickly in spring and then goes totally dormant in winter, making maintenance a breeze! Thriving even in intense heat and humidity, Alabama Jubilee blooms reliably every summer from July to August. The sizzling scarlet-and-orange blooms are the perfect warm accent for a summer garden. While this radiant daylily does well in the sunny or partly-shaded garden bed, you will probably want to feature it in your front yard, where its glory can be put on full display! Alabama Jubilee reaches up to 30 inches tall and 24 inches wide with very little help. All it needs is watering the first season or two to get its root system established. Like all tetraploid daylilies, it withstands cold, heat, humidity, and drought without turning a leaf. Deer leave it alone. Other pests and diseases seldom trouble it. All it asks is good soil drainage and plenty of sunshine! Zones 3 to 9. read more

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Queens Circle is considered by many experts to be an almost perfect Tall Bearded Iris. The colors are exquisite, the form beautifu...l, and the performance in garden and vase matchless. Complementing all the blues, purples, whites, and yellows of the Iris garden, Queens Circle is a must-have anyway, but there is something so over-the-top perfect about this variety that it has won more than half a dozen major awards -- well, ALL the major Iris awards! -- and continues to be a favorite in every climate. This flower is known as a plicata style, meaning that it boasts an edge along the lower petals (the falls). Many Tall Beardeds are plicatas, but few are as exquisitely beautiful as the watercolor shading of palest blue to deep violet that forms the narrow border of Queens Circles white falls! The standards (the top petals, which point straight up) of Queens Circle are pure white, wonderfully ruffled. And between the standards and falls are the beards, which shade from neon-orange to nearly white! Exquisite! Queens Circle is a petite Tall Bearded, just 32 inches high, but it has excellent staying power. It flowers from mid to late season, its long-lasting blooms making superb cuts and its white tones helping neighboring colors to glow more brightly. Introduced in 2000 by breeder Frederick Kerr from a cross of Victoria Circle x Christiana Baker, Queens Circle immediately began to gather honors and awards. Among those we are aware of are: Honorable Mention from the American Iris Society in 2002, Award of Merit from the American Iris Society in 2004, Walther Cup Award in 2002, Franklin Cook Cup in 2005, Wister Medal in 2006, and the Dykes Medal in 2007. Thats the royal flush of big Iris awards, and then some! Like all Tall Beardeds, Queens Circle appears in late spring or early summer, depending on how far north you are and how sunny your weather is. It loves full sunshine everywhere but the deep South, and once established, its quite drought tolerant. Deer and rabbits and other nibbling creatures leave it alone, and its quite trouble-free, asking only to be divided into new plants every few years to keep the bloom strength up. The Tall Beardeds make wonderful companions to Daylilies in the border, usually beating them into bloom by just a few weeks, and often overlapping delightfully. You will admire this lovely cultivar for many years to come! Zones 3-8. read more

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Plant Patent #13,481. Well, weve all heard of reblooming Daylilies by now, but Romantic Returns introduces a new flowering pattern... -- continually blooming, where the flowers open regularly over a long summer season, instead of coming in little waves. These 5-inch, rosy-pink flowers will keep you in color for months, looking as full and fresh on their last day as they did on their first! Romantic Returns is the work of premier Daylily hybridizer Dr. Darrel Apps, who introduced the sensational reblooming Rosy Returns (which makes a great companion plant to Romantic Returns, blooming both before and afterwards!). About 25 buds arise on every flowering stem of this super-vigorous little sun-lover, so you can expect masses of soft, warm color for the perennial border, edging, landscaping, or accent plantings! Romantic Returns reaches about 26 inches tall and 24 to 30 inches wide. Like all Daylilies, it is exceptionally easy to grow, with a superb indifference to punishing heat, humidity, drought, and cold. Not fussy about soil type, it needs only a sunny spot with reasonably good drainage to flourish for many years! Space these plants about 2 feet apart. Hardy in zones 5 to 9. read more

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Find a place of honor for Medici Prince, a spectacular Tall Bearded Iris in hard-to-find burgundy tones. This award winner arises ...in late midseason, and is often one of the final Tall Beardeds blooming in the garden at seasons end. It has so many buds that it simply outlasts most others! The plant is quite tall at 39 inches, and the flowers large and beautifully formed. Medici Prince offers standards (the top petals that face straight upwards) of ruby-purple, delightfully ruffled, above falls (the lower petals) of pure burgundy. The beards (the tiny tongue between the standards and the falls) is a matching shade of burgundy. Red is the only color that has not been successfully produced in Irises, making this purply-burgundy-ruby beauty all the more valuable and unusual! Best of all, Medici Prince is more weather-resilient than most other Tall Bearded Irises. It bounces back from rain and wind nicely, so if you live in a climate prone to summer thundershowers, youll appreciate its presence in the border! Colorful, large, free-flowering, and weather-tough, Medici Prince is truly royalty. And it comes from fine stock: it is the offspring of Tall Bearded Irises Merlot x Brazilian Holiday. Introduced in 2007, within two years it won an Honorable Mention from the American Iris Society! Like all Tall Beardeds, Medici Prince appears in late spring or early summer, depending on how far north you are and how sunny your weather is. It loves full sunshine everywhere but the deep South, and once established, its quite drought tolerant. Deer and rabbits and other nibbling creatures leave it alone, and its quite trouble-free, asking only to be divided into new plants every few years to keep the bloom strength up. The Tall Beardeds make wonderful companions to Daylilies in the border, usually beating them into bloom by just a few weeks, and often overlapping delightfully. You will admire this lovely cultivar for many years to come! Zones 3-8. read more

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We know of no more beautiful way to welcome spring back into your garden than with this stunning blend of 3 premier Daffodil varie...ties! Welcoming Trumpets celebrates Natures easiest bulb with the ideal mix of solid white, solid yellow, and white-and-yellow, all sporting wide, clear perianths (outer petals) and a long, elegant trumpet! Eager to naturalize over the years in your garden, this blend is certain become the focal point of your landscape. Welcoming Trumpets contains premier Dutch bulbs, large and ready to establish in your sunny to partly shaded garden. Daffodils are perennial in hardiness zones 3 through 8, and over time they spread into larger and larger colonies. Give them well-worked, well-drained soil, and they will repay you with years of color. In this blend you get 3 varieties, all with the same height and bloom time. Expect the flowers to arise on stems about 16 inches high in early to mid-spring, depending on your climate. Sweetly fragrant, they fill the garden with the promise of another glorious growing season underway! The varieties in this collection are all trumpet daffodils, with a long, elegant central cup surrounded by wide outer petals called the perianth. Some will be solid white, others solid yellow, and still others both colors! Cut them for the vase or let them beautify the garden -- either way, the blooms will last for several weeks. When the flowers are spent, let their stems remain in the garden until they turn brown and fall over (this will take several weeks). During this post-flowering period, the bulb is actually storing all the nutrients it needs for another season of beauty. You may want to interplant your Daffodils with Daylilies, Irises, or other perennials to offer another season of color following the early spring triumph of the Daffodils! Welcoming Trumpets is an economical and utterly lovely investment in the long-term landscape. The planting you make this fall -- even of just a few bulbs -- will repay you richly in years to come. Daffodils are left alone by deer and other nibbling creatures, and generally very disease-free. And no plant is easier! Add this low maintenance display to the garden this season! Zones 3-8. read more

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The rounded, creamy apricot blooms are softly ruffled and edged in mauve for a romantic effect that will make your border feel lik...e a slice of old Paris! Introduced by Keith Keppel, this child of Balderdash and Last Laugh received an Honorable Mention in 2008 and an Award of Merit in 2010 from the American Iris Society. This flower is known as a plicata style, meaning that it boasts an edge along the lower petals (the falls). Many Tall Beardeds are plicatas, but few achieve an effect as striking as these soft purple, deeply ruffled margins, which complement beautifully the soft orange of the style arms. Parisian Dawn appears in mid to late Spring, depending on how far north you are and how sunny your weather is. Like other Tall Beardededs, it loves full sunshine everywhere but the deep South, and once established it becomes quite drought tolerant. Deer, rabbits, and other nibbling creatures leave it alone, and its quite trouble-free, asking only to be divided into new plants every few years to keep the bloom strength up. The Tall Beardeds make wonderful companions to Daylilies in the border, usually beating them into bloom by just a few weeks, and often overlapping delightfully. You will admire this lovely cultivar for many years to come! Zones 3 to 9. read more

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Bred by Klehm in 1994, this daylily is a blooming force in the garden, the huge 5 blooms looking resplendent with their lavender ...sepals, white stripes, and lime throats! Impervious to heat, humidity, drought, cold, deer, poor soil, and most pests and diseases, Hemerocallis are among the most adaptable of all perennials. They make fine companions to Narcissus, the strap-like foliage concealing the dying Daffodil foliage, and also combine beautifully with Tall Bearded Iris, which bloom just before them, in most climates. New Lavender Triumph is a tetraploid, meaning it has twice the chromosomes of traditional (diploid) daylilies. This is significant for several reasons. First, it gives the plant greater vigor, resulting in larger, brighter, more substantial blooms that repeat in late summer after a heavy early season flush. Second, it increases the growth potential of the plant, helping it stand up to adversity and send out new flowering stems quicker than older varieties. Third, it takes off more quickly in spring and then goes totally dormant in winter, making maintenance a breeze! Like other Daylilies, it thrives in a wide range of soils, light, and environments. Give it a good start in life with well-drained, enriched soil and plenty of moisture, and it will establish quickly and take off! Few plants are easier. Make your garden a Triumph with this New Lavender Daylily! Bareroot. Zones 3 to 9. read more

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Your garden will become an enchanting scene in mid-Spring when this Daylily opens its ruffled amethyst blooms to reveal striking l...emon-yellow throats! Magic Amethyst is very fragrant and very floriferous, with 4-way branching that can lead to 20-25 buds per plant, creating a dazzling array of color and fragrance that reblooms continuously for months! Grow it by your porch, patio, or kitchen window, and this Early Morning Opener can flash its magical smile at you every morning! Magic Amethyst is a dormant tetraploid, meaning it has twice the chromosomes of traditional (diploid) daylilies and it dies back in the fall. This is advantageous for several reasons. First, it gives the plant greater vigor, resulting in larger, brighter, more substantial blooms that repeat in mid summer after a heavy early season flush. Second, it increases the growth potential of the plant, helping it stand up to adversity and send out new flowering stems quicker than older varieties. Third, it takes off more quickly in spring and then goes totally dormant in winter, making maintenance a breeze! Like other Daylilies, Magic Amethyst thrives in a wide range of soils, light, and environments. Give it a good start in life with well-drained, enriched soil and plenty of moisture, and it will establish quickly and take off! Plant it in your garden this season, and it will put its spell on you for years to come! Bareroot. Zones 3 to 9. read more

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Citrus Splash Mix is a gorgeous blend of some of the fanciest and most colorful Daffodils we know -- not to mention the most fragr...ant! Arising at various times in spring, this is a mix to bring you a long, lovely season of irresistible color! Red-cupped, butter-and-sugar bicolors, and large trumpets are all features of this mix, which is composed of premier, large-size Dutch bulbs. These Narcissus are ready to establish in your garden and colonize over time, creating great drifts of color in full sun to part shade. Cast them across a meadow, along the driveway, down a slope, or among the perennials and shrubs in your borders and beds. Wherever the soil is well-drained and receives at least half a day of sunshine or dappled light, Citrus Mix will thrive! Because one of the features of Citrus Splash MIx is variety, the daffodils in this collection bloom at varying times and reach various heights. Expect them, in general, to be about 12 to 16 inches high, 6 to 8 inches wide (although they can be planted much closer together, especially in containers), and to flower in early to mid-spring, depending on your climate. Most are bicolors, and all are sweetly fragrant. Theres just no way to lose with this fabulous blend! Perennial in hardiness zones 3 through 8, Daffodils are very resistant to pests (including deer, rabbits, voles, and other nibblers -- the bulbs are poisonous, and animals know it!) and diseases. They need no attention beyond a good deep planting in well-drained soil. After flowering, let the stems remain in the garden until they turn brown and fall over (this will take several weeks). During this post-flowering period, the bulb is actually storing all the nutrients it needs for another season of beauty. You may want to interplant your Daffodils with Daylilies, Irises, or other perennials to offer another season of color following the early spring triumph of the Daffodils! Citrus Splash Mix is the ideal way to create an unforgettable Daffodil display in your landscape over the long term. The planting you make this fall -- even of just 20 bulbs -- will repay you richly in years to come. Daffodils are left alone by deer and other nibbling creatures, and generally very disease-free. And no plant is easier! Add this low maintenance display to the garden this season! Zones 3-8. read more

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An instant classic from the moment it appeared, Sea Power is one Tall Bearded Iris that no garden (or gardener!) should be without.... It is the essence of the word iris, incorporating the rich blue color, sweet fragrance, and ruffled form found in the very best varieties. Winner of every major Iris award, it is a superb cut-flower but also looks so good on the plant you may not have the heart to bring it indoors! These huge blooms are simply breathtaking, with petals so perfectly, deeply ruffled they look as though they were done by hand! No other Tall Bearded can touch Sea Power for ruffles. And they are fragrant, their strong, sweet smell apparent even in small numbers in the vase. Sea Power is what is called a self Iris, meaning that its standards (upper petals) and falls (lower petals) are the same color. They stand tall on 38-inch-high plants, and make excellent cuts for the bouquet. Sea Power was introduced by noted Iris breeder Keith Keppel in 1999, and immediately began to rack up the honors. It started with a modest Honorable Mention from the American Iris Society in 2001. This was followed by the Societys top award -- the Award of Merit -- in 2003. Then it took the Wister in 2005 and, best of all, the Dykes Medal in 2006. Iris experts have no greater gifts to bestow on a variety! Sea Power comes by its beauty honestly: it is the offspring of Irises Yaquina Blue x Jazz Me Blue. Yaquina Blue has won top honors as well, and gives Sea Power its rich color. From Jazz Me Blue come the ruffles! Like all Tall Beardeds, Sea Power appears in late spring or early summer, depending on how far north you are and how sunny your weather is. It loves full sunshine everywhere but the deep South, and once established, its quite drought tolerant. Deer and rabbits and other nibbling creatures leave it alone, and its quite trouble-free, asking only to be divided into new plants every few years to keep the bloom strength up. The Tall Beardeds make wonderful companions to Daylilies in the border, usually beating them into bloom by just a few weeks, and often overlapping delightfully. You will admire this lovely cultivar for many years to come! Zones 3-8. read more

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Here it is: the showstopper for your Iris garden! Grand Canyon Sunset is a magnificent bicolor Tall Bearded Iris, introduced in 20...11 and immediately the recipient of an award from the American Iris Society. There is something about the warm gold and cool lavender-pink tones of these big blooms that suggests the cliffs and canyons of their namesake. Add these rich southwestern colors intro your sunny garden this season! Grand Canyon Sunset offers standards (the top petals that face straight upwards) of pure, rich gold, ruffled and beautiful, above falls (the lower petals) that combine a lavender-pink base with an edge of deep gold to apricot, with an apricot to burnt-orange underside. The beards (the tiny tongue between the standards and the falls) are bright orange, adding another tone to the multicolored beauty of the blooms. Theres simply no other flower in the garden like this Iris! And the best part is that Grand Canyon Sunset is very free-flowering. Each bud is double- or triple-socketed, meaning that 2 to 3 blooms arise from every one! And each flowering stem offers up to 10 buds! So you can expect several dozen flowers on every stem over the season of this Iris! If you love Tall Bearded Irises the way we do, you may be interested in Grand Canyon Sunsets parentage: Lovely Senorita x Millennium Sunrise. Both boasting extra-large blooms, these gorgeous varieties gave Grand Canyon Sunset a head start on beauty! Like all Tall Beardeds, Grand Canyon Sunset appears in late spring or early summer, depending on how far north you are and how sunny your weather is. It loves full sunshine everywhere but the deep South, and once established, its quite drought tolerant. Deer and rabbits and other nibbling creatures leave it alone, and its quite trouble-free, asking only to be divided into new plants every few years to keep the bloom strength up. The Tall Beardeds make wonderful companions to Daylilies in the border, usually beating them into bloom by just a few weeks, and often overlapping delightfully. You will admire this lovely cultivar for many years to come! Zones 3-8. read more

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For sheer bloom power and beautiful color, no Daylily surpasses everblooming Stella de Oro! Often the first to begin the Daylily s...eason and the last to end it, Stella blooms for months on end on compact plants 2 feet high and wide. The flowers are magnificent--a rich golden-yellow that keeps its color throughout the amazingly long bloomtime. Stella de Oro is Americas favorite Daylily (by a long shot!), and inevitably many Stella imitators have arisen. Be assured that our bareroot plants are vegetatively propagated from the original parent plant, so you get the true Stella. The neat, compact habit makes Stella de Oro perfect for containers, edgings, and the front of the border as well as for mass displays in beds and along driveways or fences. No wonder they named it Star of Gold! You will treasure this plant in your garden for many years to come. Hardy, permanent, and easy to grow, Daylilies are one of the finest investments you can make in long-lasting garden beauty for minimal effort! Although each bloom lasts only one day, others rise up to take its place, so that each plant blooms for many weeks. Theyre made for naturalizing--in fact, you will want to dig them up every 5 or 6 years and divide the big clumps into smaller plants. Not only will you get more plants, but the bloom power will increase after division! And this 10-pack of vigorous bareroots is the perfect way to get your display started! A good choice for problem areas where little else grows happily, Daylilies are not fussy about soil and ask only full sun to part shade. They will withstand a lot of neglect and continue to prosper! Zones 4-9 (10 CA only). read more

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Get growing with Flowerocks! Each decorative rock planter comes already planted with perennial bulbs - just pull back the seal, pl...ace in a sunny spot indoors or outdoors, and water. In a few weeks, you can plan annuals right over the bulbs which will return year after year. Naturalistic rock planter is handmade of weather-resistant polyresin that will add beauty to your garden, deck, patio, or home. This Flowerock is planted with Daylillies that have Large, showy blooms in Red. Quantity: 1 Color: Red Medium Rock Dimensions: 12.5 inches long x 10.5 inches wide x 8 inches high Weight: 4 lbs. read more

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Heavy blooming favorite produces up to 25 blooms per stem. One of our favorite mid-summer blooming flowers. Each flower has a dist...inctive color pattern that shines in the garden and in the vase. Zones 3-9. read more

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Reblooming beauty produces continuing show of countless 6-petalled 4? golden blooms. Boasting vibrant, deep golden-yellow double ...flowers with ruffled edges, this ever-popular daylily creates a shimmering blaze of color you can admire from a distance. Reblooming beauty starts flowering in early mid-season, producing a continuing show of countless 6-petalled, 4? golden blooms. Long-stemmed 20? tall plants, with long, arching, strappy leaves, are quickly multiplying and amazingly hardy. Nothing?not drought, heat, poor or dry soil?will phase these vigorous, adaptable and beautiful plants. read more

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Transforms into a shimmering pink sea of diamond-dusted 3? blooms. Daylily cultivar has won prize after prize, and you?ll quickly... see why. Over time, a massing of the extraordinarily hardy, wildly floriferous 20" tall plants transforms into a shimmering pink sea of diamond-dusted 3? blooms, with ever more flowers appearing. Admired up-close, daylily?s silky pink bloom reveals a rose band, a sunny yellow watermark, and a green throat. Flowers offer extended bloom over the day?16 hours?and over the season, first blooming in early summer, and reblooming thereafter. Vigorous grower and rapid propagator can tolerate the harshest conditions: poor and dry soils, slopes, city air. Easy to maintain, quick to multiply. read more

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Prize-winning landscape plant with richly-toned scarlet 4? blooms. As the summer afternoon progresses, ?Frankly Scarlet?s scarlet ...blooms ramp up their color intensity. With alluring blue-green foliage, 24" tall plants begin their perennial color show in early-mid-season and go right on reblooming all summer. Prize-winning landscape plant is vigorous and adaptable; shows excellent sun tolerance. read more

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