IDA MILES

$19.99 each, 3 for $54.99

5.00 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
(5 customer reviews)
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6 1/2″ bloom, 30″ tall, Late Season, Dormant

Probably our most fragrant variety. Soft yellow blooms with wide petals and a faint midrib. One of the latest to bloom in our garden.

Color

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Height

Bloom Season

Foliage Types

Hybridizer

Awards

L. Ernest Plouf Award for most fragrant variety

Zone Range

3 to 9

Bloom Period

Shipping Season

Sun Exposure

Soil Type

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  1. FRAGRANCE & BLOOMS & BLOOMS!

    thefantasticdontastic

    Have lots of clumps all over the yard and never get tired of looking AND smelling them. Prolific growing and blooming machines in sun or shade! zone 3 Wisconsin

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  2. Goodlettsville, TN

    Ida Miles is just now in full bloom in our zone 6.5 Tennessee garden. The very large yellow bloom is so bright and creamy that it reminds you of a day with sunshine in a clear blue sky. Makes me happy to see it.

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  3. London, OH

    If ever there was a daylily with “creamy” in its description, Ida Miles is the one! Coupled with a fragrance that delights all, including my Australian Blue Heeler dog, the rural letter carrier, UPS delivery guy, neighbors, family and friends, etc., this is a visual treat, too. Not ostentatious, Ida Miles exudes quiet class and presence. 2006 was her first year and I am most eager to enjoy 2007 and all the years to come!

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  4. Endwell, NY

    ‘Ida Miles’ has been a prolific extended bloomer for me, building buds and blooming for almost 5 weeks now. It was slow to start in the spring, but really made up for it later in the summer.

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