APRICOT SPARKLES

$14.99 each, 3 for $39.99

3.83 out of 5 based on 12 customer ratings
(11 customer reviews)
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4″ bloom, 18″ tall, Extra-Early Season + rebloom, Dormant

Although the name says apricot, this beauty looks more like homemade peach ice cream! One of the earliest daylilies to bloom, ‘Apricot Sparkles’ is also one of the best reblooming varieties– so you can enjoy its luscious color all season long!

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Bloom Size

Height

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Foliage Types

Hybridizer

Awards

Zone Range

2 to 8

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3.83 out of 5 stars

11 reviews

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7 reviews with a 5-star rating

  1. Good Performer

    Patricia Pflaumer

    This one blooms early in our New England garden. The color is so pretty and it has many buds.

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  2. One person found this helpful

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    Linda Mrozinski

    Planted in fall 2019 zone 5 Milwaukee. 2020-31 scapes and tons of blooms. Color is as pictured. Excellent rebloom. Definitely diamond dusted. You need this one!

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    Linda Mrozinski

    My second year with this sparkler in full sun in zone 5. 31 scapes and flowers galore! Excellent rebloom. Color matches pictures.

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  4. One person found this helpful

    Outstanding rebloomer and variable colored daylily!

    leonreynolds77

    I see a lot of negative reviews for this daylily and that is sad to me. For me in Virginia this daylily is a showstopper. It opens in the morning as a golden with ever so slight peach tone. By afternoon it comes into it’s namesake, a golden apricot with lots of diamond dusting in full sun, wow! And by evening, a gorgeous creamy peach after a day of broiling sun. My recommendation is to plant it in full sun for best coloring. Oh, and it blooms good as Stella D’Oro haha. I also love the ruffling on the petals. This daylily also has another color it can look, peaches and cream after a morning rain!

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  5. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful

    Dexter, MO

    Apricot Sparkles is always in bloom, it seems. I think it just reblooms for me so often that I forget the time that it isn’t in bloom. I love going out in early morning and seeing it sparkling in the sun from the diamond dust. I’d recommend it to anyone who loves prolific daylilies(is there anyone who doesn’t) in a great apricot color.

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  6. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    Owensboro, KY

    This is an amazingly reliable rebloomer! I can count on it to produce at least 3 bloom cycles. For zone 6 thats a lot of blooming. The 9 rating is due to the small flowers (I personally prefer larger blooms) but other than that it is very pretty

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  7. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful

    Lake Hopatcong, NJ

    This prolific everbloomer is a true gem. Apricot Sparkles blooms in our Zone 5b/6a garden in early to mid June and keeps blooming through October. The flowers are a lovely soft apricot color that works well with most other flower colors. The foliage is also terrific: narrow, dark green, arching and in proportion to the blooms. Our plants have been in the garden for three summers now and each clump throws up more than a dozen scapes at a time with ten or more buds per scape. This happens all summer! For best results, we have found we need to fertilize regularly and remove the spent scapes. That is not too much work for the beautiful results.

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