ALABAMA JUBILEE

$39.99 each, 3 for $99.99

4.67 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)
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*7″ bloom, 30″ tall, Mid Season, Dormant

You won’t believe how bright this is in person! Fluorescent red-orange blooms with an even brighter red halo are hotter than an Alabama August!

 

 

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  1. Can't handle rain

    C Jeffrey McLean (verified owner)

    While the orange color is exquisite, this variety spots easily with any drop of rain. Unless you’re in a desert or plan to stand over it with an unbrella, try the other orange daylilies available from Oakes. They handle the rain much better. Zone 7A

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  2. A great performer!

    Tim Clark

    Although I didn’t get my Alabama Jubilee from Oakes, this variety is such a great performer here in my southern Ohio garden that I’ve had to divide it multiple times to share with friends. Every visitor is drawn to the vibrant bright orange color and sheer number of blooms. It’s got great bud count and just stands out among my many daylilies. I have it planted next to peach and yellow varieties so it really stands out! Highly recommend this one!

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  3. Just Makes You Happy!

    Amanda Barrett

    Alabama Jubilee spreads the happiness! Big bold blossoms ~ deep orange red with a bright yellow-green throat. Everyone comments on this one!

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  4. Most beautiful day lily ever!

    S E Gold (verified owner)

    I planted Alabama Jubilee three summers ago. It was beautiful the first year, and then the second it was even better, and this year it was absolutely remarkable. Huge beautiful blooms that are so bright it’s like they’re lit by a light bulb, sturdy stems that stood up to a storm that took down enough trees that we had over 30 pick-up loads of branches to haul, and so awesome it felt like I was taking pictures every day because I couldn’t stand not to. I’m going to split this third year clump into three this fall. And did I mention how long it bloomed? First picture this year: June 28. Last picture: August 2.

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  5. New Orange Fan

    DalriadaOne (verified owner)

    I was not a big fan of orange daylilies but this one I received as a bonus has changed my mind. It is so bold and bright that I’m going to have to have more. I like that it is a darker orange and is stunning paired with purples like Bela Lugosi or Wayside King Royale. It really stands out and stands up well to the hot Alabama sun. It pops! It is a must have for anyone’s garden. I’m a new orange fan now.

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  6. Hot stuff

    Marsha Bill

    I saw this daylily, (and bought it) at the daylily days at Oakes in 2021. It was so incredibly bright that I had to put my sunglasses on! If you need some sizzling hot color in your garden, this is an excellent choice.

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