FRANS HALS

$14.99 each, 3 for $39.99

5.00 out of 5 based on 14 customer ratings
(14 customer reviews)
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4″ bloom, 24″ tall, Mid-Late Season, Dormant

Not for the faint of heart! Bright, deep orange petals and lighter orange and yellow sepals make this prolific bloomer a breathtaking showstopper.

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Foliage Types

Hybridizer

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Zone Range

3 to 9

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  1. frans hals

    nancy graf

    super hardy very pretty and good spreader

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  2. Exquisite Showstopper

    Gwen

    The most beautiful day lily in my yard. Blooms mid-July. With proper care, produces multiple blooms.

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  3. Beautiful & hardy

    KN (verified owner)

    I abused these poor things when first delivered. I unpacked them, stuck them in a container with some water, and left them for several weeks before finally planting in the Fall. I was sure I’d killed them with my neglect but this Summer they have been blooming and blooming. I love the vibrant orange color.

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  4. Eye Catching Display

    jrbales@gmail.com

    What is your hardiness zone? Zone 8

    My first year or so with Frans Hals, it grew slowly and blooms were so-so. Then 2016…wow! The clumps have been in bloom for a month and still have buds on the scapes. I have half a walkway planted with this cultivar and I’m planning to remove the others so I can replace them with Frans Hals so the whole walk will be lined with them. These are absolutely eye catching in bloom, a mass of beautiful orange-red and yellow bi-color blooms. The photo I’ve attached doesn’t begin to do them justice!

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  5. One person found this helpful

    Eagle River, WI

    We ordered one in spring, and it bloomed right away…sent pix to family and friends, they all loved this lovely ‘standard’…thanks, Oakes.

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    los banos, CA

    A nice color combination, this one surprised me with the brightness of the color. I have a young plant (2 years old) but it has lots of flower scapes. It started blooming early to mid June here in the hot central valley of California. I look forward to future years with this plant.

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  7. One person found this helpful

    Euclid, OH

    I call this one “Fire on a stick” because each bloom looks like a little blazing fire. No matter how many beautiful flowers are in your garden, this one will always get noticed immediately. Love it.

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  8. One person found this helpful

    Albuquerque, NM

    A late blooming 24″ tall daylily, it has not multiplied as fast nor given as many blooms as I’d like. However, it is a visual favorite that has provided impressive photos.

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  9. One person found this helpful

    Delaware, OH

    Although your picture of Frans Hals is beautiful, actually having a Frans Hals in your garden is spectacular. I lost the name of the plant many years ago and have been calling it Starburst, as that is what it looks like. Its beauty bursts at you with a fervor. It never fails to elicit oohh’s and aahh’s for me, even though it has been in my garden for 5 years. It is gorgeous when grown in partial shade as well.

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  10. One person found this helpful

    Dexter, MO

    This daylily is very beautiful with it’s red/orange and yellow colors. Also worth mentioning is the large bud scapes that keep it blooming for a good amount of time. I have it planted with Shasta Daisies, Happy Returns daylily and white coneflowers, so it really shows up. Every gardener should have at least one, IMO.

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  11. One person found this helpful

    Madisonville, KY

    This is a beautiful, striking flower! Mine is much prettier than the picture; the sepals are a solid yellow, which makes the whole flower stand out more.

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  12. One person found this helpful

    Fairfield, WA

    Last summer I couldn’t get enough of Hal. He put on quite a show. I can only wait in anticipation for this years extroverted display. What a Guy !!

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  13. One person found this helpful

    Owensboro, KY

    Frans Hals is an outstanding daylily. The vivid coloring demands attention! if you love bright colors this daylily is a perfect choice!

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  14. One person found this helpful

    Galva, IL

    This is a stunning lily that looks especially nice where it can stand alone without other colors detracting from it’s pattern & shades. The red/orange of mine is a little lighter but it only enhances it to me.

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