CHICAGO ARNIE’S CHOICE

$19.99 each, 3 for $54.99

5.00 out of 5 based on 9 customer ratings
(9 customer reviews)
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* 5 1/2″ bloom, 28″ tall, Mid Season, Dormant

Count on this variety for bunches of big, beautiful violet purple blooms. Makes a great show in the garden.

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Height

Bloom Season

Foliage Types

Hybridizer

Zone Range

3 to 9

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Shipping Season

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  1. Makes You Stop

    Kathryn Commons

    When we get to Chicago Arnie’s Choice we often stop and admire how great it looks. Definitely a WOW. Lots of flower per plant and the plants themselves are strong but the plants don’t ‘need dividing’ very often (in MA). I have it next to Buttered Popcorn and Red Volunteer that are about the same size and bloom time.

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  2. It is such a bright long lasting color

    scwoz1@gmail.com (verified owner)

    This one started off fast from first planting season with loads of beautiful purple flowers. They stand out amongst the rudbeckia.

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  3. Wales, MI

    Aug. 7, 2014 Wales, MI I received this as a bonus plant 3 years ago and it has become one of my favorites. Mine is a medium dusty rose color (which I love), but it’s the bloom count that is over the top. 300 this year and counting! The only downside is the blooms tend to bleach out and get white streaks, but I prefer to keep it in the sun and not sacrifice the number of blooms : ) Foliage isn’t quite as neat as some others, but it is a huge plant. Definitely want more of this one! I would rate it 15 for bloom count, but give it a nine because of the fading.

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  4. Tinley Park, IL

    This plant is in its 3rd year in my landscape and it is HUGE. Hundreds (ok, I didn’t count, but it seemed like a ton) of blooms and the most beautiful soft violet color. Started early June and is still going strong mid-July in my area. One of my favorites.

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  5. Goodlettsville, TN

    This is the first year for Chicago Arnie’s Choice in our zone 6.5 garden and while we have not had a lot of scapes or blooms, the ones we have had are georgeous. Next year should be a spectacle.

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  6. Spencer, IN

    Big and glorious! Lots of blooms, but I noticed, however, that they were a little wilty in my hot and humid climate.

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  7. Amboy, IL

    This is my first year for daylilies and Chicago arnie is one of my firsts.

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  8. Suwanee, GA

    First year growing Arnie’s Choice. Only one fan produced a scape which carried four blooms. (Next year should be great!). The picture here looks great but I think I like my blooms better.. 😉 Understanding that all plants vary slightly, my plants produced blooms of extremely bright magenta with a soft yellow/green throat that fades into the petal as white. I’ve never seen a bloom like it. Perfect crisp colors! Highly recommended…

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  9. McLouth, KS

    This richly colored daylilly has performed exceedingly well for us during the last three years. Each growing season has been different-one really wet, another extremely hot and dry with this year being about perfect-and Chicago Arnie’s Choice has survived all with grace. I have several clumps next to a pale pink daylilly and a bright pink monarda and the combination is stunning. Much recommended for the midwest!

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