|These daylilies are a dormant tetraploid. In early and midseason, bears purple-edged, wine-violet flowers, 5 1/2 inches across, with round, ruffled tepals and darker halos with white flecks on edges. Heights 26 inches.
In general, daylily colors range from the expected yellow, to pink, red, lavender, and even brown. Time of bloom may also vary from early summer to fall. Heights are just as varied. Clumping form gives rise to clustered, lily-like flowers atop bare stems. Does best in full sun or partial shade in warmer climates. Though daylilies are drought resistant, they flower better when given some water during bloom. They are relatively trouble free and grow in almost any soil, as long as it is well drained. Divide in early spring.