BARBARY CORSAIR

$14.99 each, 3 for $39.99

4.70 out of 5 based on 10 customer ratings
(10 customer reviews)

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3″ bloom, 36″ tall, Mid Season + rebloom, Semi-Evergreen

Violet purple blooms are produced abundantly and held high on 36″ stems. Makes a very nice show with its vivid color and profuse blooming.

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Height

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Foliage Types

Hybridizer

Zone Range

3 to 9

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Shipping Season

Sun Exposure

Soil Type

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  1. Great Border Perennial

    Eleanor McGrath

    This day lily is absolutely charming, The blooms are petit but they’re a great addition to a perennial border- Really pretty!!

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  2. Norma Sogge (verified owner)

    I ordered a few Daylilies this summer during the sale and Barbary Corsair was included as the bonus plant. This was in the midst of a drought and a couple of weeks later a very destructive derecho requiring massive cleanup. Needless to say, routine gardening hasn’t happened. Much to my surprise, I discovered a scape with a blossom and two buds on this very new and nearly neglected plant! What a trouper! Iowa Zone 5

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  3. Yorkville, IL

    Definitely a prolific bloomer with lots of style. Wish it were a rebloomer!

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  4. Cleveland, MS

    Definitely a pirate queen of sorts… This one sways seductively in the breeze – blooming from June through mid-July (in zone 8b). She’s sited in full sun (for now), and metamorphoses from an attractive purple to a puckered-up merlot color through-out the day. I have ordered more to enjoy in different settings!!

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  5. Columbus, OH

    So far this lovely little lily gets a 10. I just planted it in May and I can’t believe it’s already blooming, as are several new ones I planted then. The purple is lovely and velvety with a bright green throat – a really nice contrast. The petals do curl a little in the heat but the color holds.

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  6. Woodruff, SC

    Cute small blooms, lots of bloom and re-bloom. Excellent color, and the blooms are held well above the foliage.

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  7. Houston, TX

    This charming flower really stands out in my new daylily garden. It was planted mid-April and its first blooms opened today. They look exactly like the photo and the color is holding up spectacularly well, even in full, blazing Texas sun! It looks outstanding next to yellows.

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  8. Glen Rose, TX

    This daylily is stunning with the nearly fluorescent throat, although the bloom is slightly more a merlot color as opposed to the somewhat lighter purple depicted. Wonderful just the same.

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  9. Wesley Chapel, FL

    Beautiful violet blooms with yellow-green throat. Bloom mid-June, does well with unimproved wet soil.

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