Dublin Elaine Daylily

$14.99 each, 3 for $39.99

4.89 out of 5 based on 38 customer ratings
(38 customer reviews)

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5 1/2" bloom, 32" tall, Mid Season + rebloom, Dormant

Everybody loves 'Dublin Elaine' daylily! This beautiful peachy-pink double daylily is a vigorous grower and an excellent rebloomer. Listed as a mid season daylily, it usually blooms a bit later for us here in zone 7. For that reason, we consider it a late bloomer and find it makes a great choice for extending your bloom season.

Dublin Elaine is an All American Daylily Selection meaning it has been proven to be successful across the country.

Although listed as dormant, this variety has been proven to successfully grow  in zones 3-10

One of five daylilies in our All-American collection. If you are in need of a daylily collection with proven performance around the country, the All-American collection is for you!

Visit our YouTube channel to watch lots of daylily videos


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Dublin Elaine Daylily Features:

Everybody loves ‘Dublin Elaine’ daylily! This beautiful peachy-pink double daylily is a vigorous grower and an excellent rebloomer. Big, fluffy 5 1/2″ blooms grow on scapes around 32″ tall in our East Tennessee garden. We can’t quite nail down the color of these oh-so-lovely blooms: are they peachy-pink or pinky-peach?! Either way, they’re gorgeous!

Listed as a mid season daylily, it usually blooms a bit later for us— usually around the end of June/first of July here in zone 7. For that reason, we consider it a late bloomer and, with its excellent rebloom, find it makes a great choice for extending your bloom season.

Dublin Elaine is an All American Daylily Selection. This means it has been proven to be successful across the country. Although listed as dormant, this variety has been proven to successfully grow in zones 3-10.

Looks beautiful on its own, but is especially breathtaking when planted with dark purple, orange, hot pink (yes, really!) or gold daylilies.

One of five daylilies in our All-American collection. If you are in need of a daylily collection with proven performance around the country, the All-American collection is for you!

Visit our YouTube channel to watch lots of daylily videos


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HOW TO GROW DAYLILIES: Daylilies are very easy-to-grow. They like a lot of sun and they like a lot of water. For more information on how to care for daylilies, click here.
WHAT DAYLILIES CAN I GROW: Most of you can grow any of the daylilies we sell. If you live in an area with a sustained cold period like we do in East Tennessee, you can grow all the varieties. However, If you live in an area that doesn’t get freezing weather in the winter (like zones 9 and 10), dormant varieties won’t work for you; you’ll need to choose evergreen or semi-evergreen varieties.

BIG PLANTS! When it comes to daylily plants, bigger is better! All of the plants we ship will be three fans or larger — two or three times (or more) what you might receive from other companies. Larger plants get established faster and bloom more quickly!

FARM-FRESH TO YOU! All of your plants will be freshly dug when you order. The leaves are trimmed and the plants are washed and air-dried. Your daylilies will be out of the ground less than 48 hours before they’re headed your way.

BONUS DAYLILIES: We send free daylilies (we call them “bonus” daylilies) with every order. These daylilies are equal to about 20% of your order, you get to choose what you’d like at checkout.

ABOUT US: Oakes Daylilies is a family-owned daylily farm that’s been in business for three generations. Our daylilies grow in home gardens, city parks and botanical gardens across the nation– including Hawaii and Canada. We are known in the industry as Daylily Experts and grow over 1000 varieties of daylilies on nearly 70 acres in East Tennessee. But over 50 years ago, we started just like you—with one daylily in a home garden.

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  1. Words can hardly express its beauty

    Patricia Aguilar (verified owner)

    I’ve had Dublin Elaine for over a decade and divided it many times. As long as it gets good soil and enough sun it is spectacular. Large multi-layered petals. Color tone on tone. LOTS of blooms that keep on coming for a long time. And the reason I keep dividing it and spreading it around my gardens? It gets huge. There’s nothing not to like about this beautiful specimen. (Look at Diane Gibson’s photo to see what I mean as mine are not in bloom now.)

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  2. Wow!

    akehcmbf38 (verified owner)

    This is so unbelievably beautiful. I wouldn’t be without it and have divided and spread it all around my garden in northern Virginia, zone 7

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  3. A beautiful freebie!

    Anthony Farrior

    This was an amazing surprise! It tried to blossom last fall but didn’t properly open so I wasn’t sure what it was. Now I see and it’s beautiful. Such a great free gift. Thank you!

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  4. Lovely pink

    lowelljames23

    Pleasant color and kin of fancy but affordable so you can’t go wrong with this one!

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  5. Love it

    Deborah Shimpock (verified owner)

    Such a beautiful flower! The plants are so healthy and you get several fans!

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  6. One person found this helpful

    Very popular

    Bobby Jarrell

    Of all the 600 plus daylilies that I have purchased from Oakes, Dublin Elaine stands out the most to those who visit personally as well as when I post on facebook. I concur with words used such as “remarkable” “soft and compassionate looking” “brushy peach, pink, and tan combined” when people react to this beauty. This is also a very fast spreader, and I now have approximately 200, which produce beautiful foliage before bloom season. If one wants to achieve acclaim for being an intelligent daylilly gardener, you can’t go wrong by purchasing Dublin Elaine. Zone 7, Fulton, MS

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  7. Stunning

    Melinda (verified owner)

    Absolutely one of my favorites! Grows well in my northern Virginia garden, increasing in size so soon I’ll be able to divide.

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  8. loganbagley (verified owner)

    I have had so many compliments on this flower. I post pictures of my blooms in an album on my Facebook every day during the summer blooming season and this one always gets so many compliments! I love when I get 3 or 4 blooms at one time. It never fails to impress me and my friends and neighbors who stop to enjoy my daylily garden as they walk past my house.

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  9. Maryland

    Rona Pape (verified owner)

    Love the color and beauty! This is the first one to bloom and I am amazed at how beautiful it is!

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  10. A jewel in the garden!

    Jeanne Pitre

    I have had Elaine Dublin for 3-4 years now. Her blooms are outstanding and proliferate! Since I recently thinned her out and spread out her presence no one can stop her. Very showy and a beautiful peachy pink color in our Louisiana hot and humid summer. No fading from the sun, becomes more stunning as the day goes by.

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  11. Huge bloom

    Patricia Harris

    Very sturdy large bloom
    The color is perfect ,ruffled pink with slight soft yellow cebter

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  12. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    Big and Beautiful

    Diane E Gibson

    Is a great buy for such a large double (always) and a pretty color. it’s full of flowers – for almost two months in central Illinois (zone 5.) High bud count and nice branching but the color is precious. Mine will be nine years old this summer.

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  13. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    Dublin Elaine

    Jennifer Stevens (verified owner)

    Absolutely beautiful! The lily has bloomed 3 times this summer and smells wonderful.

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  14. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    Kim

    Dublin in my 30114 garden. Amazing

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  15. One person found this helpful

    Donna Kudlicki

    Got Dublin Elaine as a free plant and glad to have her! She is planted in mostly shade and still gave me some beautiful blooms this first year. So pretty, I may have to move her to a sunnier spot to encourage more of the so pretty blooms.

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  16. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    Moved her, and now she is still blooming here at the end of July

    Patricia Bartlett (verified owner)

    I go through many stages of love with daylilies. Last year was spiders, but this year has been doubles and bigs. I honestly did not think Dublin Elaine was going to bloom. I have an Irish friend whose name is Elaine, and I really wanted her to bloom, but was losing heart. I saw the scapes start, and then the blooms. Gorgeous. Beautiful all the way to the slightly yellow and then slightly green interior. She has so many doubles as well. End of the season daylilies just lift your heart when you know the summer is coming to an end, and Dublin Elaine will do it. I say to the people who only get green scapes, move her to a different place with slightly different soil and see what happens. I did, and she was worth it all.

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  17. 6 out of 6 people found this helpful

    Addendum to previous review

    [email protected] (verified owner)

    Like i said, this gal looked really tall to me so i just went out and measured. The tallest flowers stand 39″ tall and the others aren’t far behind. Hope this is helpful in your placement. Planted facing north, but gets plenty of sun. Also, just counted 32 more buds on 5 scapes. Totally impressed, as are my neighbors. You’ll enjoy her!!!!

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  18. One person found this helpful

    Dee Sieffert (verified owner)

    Well, this very feminine lass of a flower did take her time in my Zone 6a garden to bloom (planted in Spring 2015 and got my first blooms about 2 weeks ago), but the wait was rewarded with a profusion of beautiful blooms and still sporting more buds on taller than expected scapes. With the beautiful blend of pastel petals, she makes quite the stately, but still airy , picture of perfection. I can see her just getting more exceptional with age. Thank you, Oakes, for this stunning bonus plant!!!

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  19. One person found this helpful

    Underwhelmed

    Elizabeth Flum (verified owner)

    Planted Dublin Elaine in the spring of 2016, and this daylily developed some nice green leaves. This spring (2017) I had hopes for some nice flowers, but was surprised to see nothing but green leaves. Now most of my other daylilies have completed their blooming, but no scapes or buds forming with Dublin Elaine. Other Oakes daylilies purchased at the same time as Dublin Elaine, including Tuscawilla Tigress, Miss Amelia, and Orange Tremor, have adjusted to their being planted in the same area as Dublin Elaine and produced nice blooms. I’m not sure whether Dublin Elaine will ever produce any blooms – disappointing.

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  20. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    Gets better and better

    Kay Comer (verified owner)

    Was not sure of this one at first. Received as a bonus plant twice. She was a little slower to start for me, and was just not sure of how a well of a performer she would be. Have completely been won over. This plant gets better and better. Second year of bloom and am seeing consistent rebloom. The tall spikes hold beautiful double flowers with wonderful shading of colors. Planning more places to put this beauty.

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  21. 1 out of 2 people found this helpful

    [email protected]

    Double daylilies are not normally my favorites but since receiving ‘Dublin Elaine’ as a bonus plant, I’m a convert. I planted this in a less than optimal location just because I didn’t have any other place at the time. Well, it not only survived but is blooming very well and consistently produces double blooms. A lovely pink-peach with yellow as described, I will be moving these into a prime location in my flowerbeds later this year so we can better enjoy them!

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  22. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful

    Peggie

    This is a stunner. Planted on the east side of the Palos Verdes Peninsula, (Southern California) the plant is about 3 years old. Last year I divided it and all three plants are thriving. The mother plant is covered with blossoms and buds. The babies also have flowers. The color is a soft pink and the blooms are so ruffled! This one is a keeper.

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  23. [email protected] (verified owner)

    I live in Zone 9a in South East Coastal Texas, the last place I would think this lily would thrive. BUT it does. I just ordered 2 more.

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  24. Hermitage, PA

    1st year for this one in my garden. It is truley beautiful,can’t wait for next year’s showing with more scapes,altho it did well for the first year.Love it!! very pretty!

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  25. Lakeville, MN

    A stunning daylily that has such vigor and tremendous blooms. It’s a standout in my garden not only because of beauty but from its height and ability to blend well with other plants.

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  26. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful

    Birmingham, AL

    I’m in love again! Dublin Elaine has stolen my heart. I had forgotten about planting it, and was expecting another bloom, but when it opened I almost fell over at it’s beauty. It has bloomed continuously for 5 weeks and still has more to go. The bloom itself is breathtaking! How many favorites can a person have??

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  27. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    Canterbury, CT

    OH MY GOODNESS, THIS DAYLILY IS HEAVEN!!! It’s so absolutely gorgeous, huge pink and yellow blooms so ruffly and lovely!! And lots of blooms with great increase too, I’m just loving this daylily. You can’t go wrong with this one, it’s a showstopper for sure!!

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  28. Alexandria, OH

    Lovely colors in this one’s blossoms. In the beginning of its bloom season here in central Ohio.

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  29. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    Kernersville, NC

    This Daylily is spectacular. I don’t remember it reblooming last year but, this year when it started to bloom I noted that I had to stalks that were loaded with buds, I looked at it today and saw that it was still loaded with buds then realized that I now had 8 stalks, one had just produced its last bloom and 2 others were getting closed to being done but the others were loaded. So this isn’t a rebloomer it seems to be a continuous bloomer!

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  30. One person found this helpful

    New Tazewell, TN

    Received this one as a free one a few years ago. I love the color! Very pretty and bright.

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  31. rancho palos verdes, CA

    WOW, is Dublin Elaine a stunner! In June 2010, after a cool Southern California Spring, Dublin Elaine is covered with beautiful peachy pink, fully double flowers. Dublin Elaine is growing in half-day sun (coastal) and thriving – a healthy, vigorous plant. Highly recommended for Southern CA coastal gardens.

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  32. Owensboro, KY

    Dublin Elaine bloomed last summer for the first time. I was impressed by its beautiful vivid pink color and its ablilty to be 100 percent double. Of the over 300 daylily varieties I own, I only have two other pink doubles. That makes Dublin Elaine a rare find and very special.

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  33. Franklin, TN

    I revamped a small bed last year. I planted 9 Dublin Elaine plants just hoping for the best because this bed only gets a half day of sun. Wow, this daylily really out-performed my expectations-beautiful and plentiful blooms. Here it is in February, and the plants are up about 2 inches. I can’t wait to see their display after being in the ground for a full year!

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  34. Spokane Valley, WA

    No wonder this daylily is an award winner. In its first year of growth, its numerous and showy blooms have been impressive. With our cool night temperatures, the colors (a blend of coral, pink and gold) have been especially vivid.

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  35. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    Knoxville, TN

    Despite drought conditions, my Dublin Elaine bloomed consistently for almost 3 full months this summer. She has been in the gound here for three years and I love her more each year. The perfect daylily selection!

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  36. Madison, MS

    Fabulous daylily, it is beautiful and reblooms faithfully. I love it and think all doubles are special, this is such a wonderful color combo.

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  37. houston, TX

    This is my first year with this one. I can’t believe the number of blooms on this plant. The picture truly doesn’t do it justice. They are the most beautiful daylily I’ve ever seen and easily my all time favorite.

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  38. Guy, TX

    I have grown this daylily for years now. They even survived my dog digging them up (no blooms that year). This year is their crowning glory! I really believe the picture doesn’t do them near enough justice. They are positively yummy! I wish I had hundreds of them!!

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  39. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    madison, GA

    This is a wonderful daylily. Last year, mine bloomed from June until September.

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