(Murphy 2011) 30” M 6” SEV diploid Unusual Form Cascade
What a surprise from this one - it opens at midnight with dark red tepals and huge dark green throat, and as the day progresses, it reflexes or curls back until mainly the throat shows. The tepals curl and re-curl. Cream edge, yellow midrib. Sunfast at 100F, Opens well at 50F. Fertile, out of (YABBA DABBA DOO X DEVILS ADVOCATE) x NATHAN SOMMERS With this parentage, it might not be hardy in zones 4 and under, but completely hardy here with no winter damage. Image taken at 9 pm on a 100 degree day. How does the average daylily look then?
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