COUNTRY MELODY

$19.99 each, 3 for $54.99

5.00 out of 5 based on 8 customer ratings
(8 customer reviews)
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* 5 1/2″ bloom, 30″ tall, Mid Season, Dormant

Attractive round blooms have rich rosy pink petals and slightly lighter rose sepals. A soft yellow halo surrounds a small green throat. Fragrant.

 

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Hybridizer

Zone Range

3 to 9

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Shipping Season

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  1. Melody and Harmony

    Jack Holland

    this beautiful flower broadcasts a harmonious coloration of rose-pink petals and apple-green heart. the grace note is the golden edge on its elegantly ruffled petals. A vigorous grower that produces many blooms

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  2. Pictures on website don't do this beauty justice

    Colleen Paschall (verified owner)

    This daylily reminds me of years gone by. Small towns and gravel roads. I planted it in October of 2020 and had dozens of HUGE blooms may-july. It’s so whimsical and old fashioned looking.

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  3. Leesburg, FL

    This is another superior daylily. It’s a dormant and yet it is performing beautifully here in central Florida, including reblooming.

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  4. salisbury, MD

    this daylily has it all: vigorous health and very floriferous, heavy substance, gorgeous color, beautiful two-toned eyezone, edged and ruffled wide petals with a stripe to boot. i consider it a classic must-have.

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  5. Coeur D’ Alene, ID

    I have had Country Melody in my garden for 14 years and it has always bloomed fairly well although with a range of 5 to 21 scapes and 60 to 300 buds. I don’t know for sure what causes the variation but it might be related to water and crowding and partial shading by a large clematis near by. I intend to divide it this year and remove some invading Iris. It is a tall and beautiful daylily although not as flashy as the newer cultivars. It is very hardy and increases fairly rapidly making a nice clump.

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  6. Goodlettsville, TN

    I rated this a ‘9’ based on the number of blooms. However, for the color combination and brilliance and substance, it would be ’10+’. It is a truly magnificent plant.

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  7. Hazel Crest, IL

    I bought this daylily several years ago from the breeder (zone 5). I’ve found it somewhat slow to increase, but the blooms are spectacular. Heavy substance, unbelievable color, beautiful edging – I can’t walk by this flower without stopping to admire it. Foliage is attractive even when the plant is not in bloom. This would make a great specimen plant in anyone’s garden.

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  8. Mill City, OR

    WOW!!!! I bought this one a couple of years ago without seeing a picture. And I was stunned when it bloomed. It was soooo much prettier than I thought it would be. The picture does not do it justice in. It is true to the color of the picture but more stunning. I would buy it again in a heartbeat.

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