EMPEROR’S DRAGON

$19.99 each, 3 for $54.99

4.50 out of 5 based on 8 customer ratings
(7 customer reviews)
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* 5″ bloom, 26″ tall, Mid Season + rebloom, Evergreen

Pale mauve blooms with a vibrant purple eyezone commands attention. A favorite of customers, garden visitors, and those who work here, ‘Emperor’s Dragon’ is tough to beat.

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Foliage Types

Hybridizer

Awards

Honorable Mention

Zone Range

3 to 9

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  1. One person found this helpful

    Stunning!

    C Jeffrey Mc Lean (verified owner)

    I was so glad to see Emperor’s Dragon back at Oakes this year that I bought another 10 of them. I first bought them several years ago, and they have been a mainstay in my front garden. Their bright color and gorgeous purple eye make them a standout against yellows (El Desperado) with similar purple eyes. Get them while they’re available! I waited several years to see them back!

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  2. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    Good bloomer, vigorous and colorful.

    Susan Zeeb

    What is your hardiness zone? Zone 8

    This is a great evergreen daylily, mine has come back three years in a row is always a clump even the first year. Nice color and increase.

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  3. Philadelphia, PA

    This jewel has been in my garden for 5 years. Dvided twice. Color, form and substance are true to Oakes’description. Preforms best in full sun. Like a good wine, it improves with age.

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  4. Owensboro, KY

    It took 2 long years for Emperor’s Dragon to bloom, but it was well worth the wait. After reading the reviews I afraid it would be dull and ugly. It was instead quite stunning!

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  5. One person found this helpful

    Kannapolis, NC

    Performs well for me, but suffers by comparison with Elegant Candy, which is nearby. Produced high bud count and the clump is increasing nicely. I’ve had it in my garden for two years.

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  6. 1 out of 2 people found this helpful

    PARLIN, NJ

    My plant bloomed in 2nd year. Blooms are beautiful but I found them not to be lavender or tan as other readers suggest. But a salmon tone quite beautiful if planned with other support salmons. Unfortunately I was looking for lavender! If description was correct I would rate higher!

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  7. Coeur D’ Alene, ID

    It was planted in a somewhat shady location and took 3 years to bloom. It is a strong grower with a strong scape and the colors in my garden matched the photo. It may require more sun than some to bloom well. It appears to be fully hardy here in zone 5.

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  8. San Jose, CA

    I was very pleased with the flowers on this plant. They match the color in the catalog, but the plant is in a semi-protected location. I have better luck with lavendar and purple when they have at least partial shade.

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