$20.00 Double Fan
Murphy, '04 - 53" ML 6.5" Dor. Dip. Brilliant red Unusual Form with tremendous branching, cream edge
I haven't seen a registered daylily like this one. It is cherry red with a darker red eye, chartreuse throat, and green heart. The unusual part of the is flower is that it the petals have a creamy tan ruffled edge, and the sepals have a yellow ruffled edge. These edges change to wider cream edges on very hot days. The flower is completely sunfast. The bloom season is extremely long due to 3 branches, 22 buds and instant rebloom. The scapes are very strong, and stood after hurricane Isabel. The ruffled light edge came from the pod parent, and the fine red color from the dad. This edge is passed down as a dominant trait in the offspring.
Parentage: CHESAPEAKE CRABLEGS X RED RAIN