One of the oldest daylilies of all, and very hard to find today, this lightly fragrant beauty is the only daylily I was growing in my front yard – until we dug it up to share with you. (No problem!) It was bred by R. Wallace and Co., importers of some of the first daylilies from China, and praised in the June 1900 Country Life
as “a Day Lily of great beauty, vigorous and handsome.” 26-32”, mid-summer, dormant, zones 5a-8a(10aWC), grown by us here in Ann Arbor. Last offered in spring 2017. We offer a rotating selection of daylilies. For an alert the next time we offer this treasure, sign up for our email newsletter.