JOLYENE NICHOLE

$19.99 each, 3 for $54.99

4.94 out of 5 based on 18 customer ratings
(18 customer reviews)

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6″ bloom, 14-20″ tall, Mid Season, Evergreen

Short scapes support big, round blooms of deep rose pink with ruffled edges. Registered as a mid-season bloomer, but often one of our first to bloom.

Color

Bloom Size

Height

Bloom Season

Foliage Types

Hybridizer

Awards

Award of Merit

Zone Range

3 to 9

Bloom Period

Shipping Season

Soil Type

Sun Exposure

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  1. What a Surprise!

    David Lesch (verified owner)

    Planted this one in June 2020, didn’t think it would bloom this year. It now has 4 buds and the first one opened today. Gorgeous flower, study stem with a large bloom. If you want pink with ruffles and don’t want to spend a lot of money then this one is for you.

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  2. Gorgeous

    David & Cindy (verified owner)

    One of our favorites. We massed 6. First year was really nice. This year, the second, it was phenomenal. Tons of beautiful blooms. We gave them room to grow and they are spreading at a good rate. Definitely a midseason bloomer for us.

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  3. Jolyene Nichole rebloom

    Debbie (verified owner)

    The photo is of a Jolyene Nichole bloom from July 24th of this year in zone 7a.

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  4. Joyful Jolyene

    Debbie (verified owner)

    This was one of the first of my daylilies to bloom this year, and I was very pleased to see that it’s rebloomed in mid-July this year as well.

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  5. Frances

    Very big blooms and they started to bloom in March, so delicate and beautiful this first year.

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  6. 4 out of 4 people found this helpful

    Chicago, IL

    I’ve had this one 3 years and it keeps getting better. It is a short, bushy plant w/ huge flowers, they show up from a block away. It keeps on re-blooming and the flowers are gorgeous. In cooler weather it looks like the photo and in 80s-90s it is a paler pink, like a seashell. A true pink, not peachy. Whenever I pass it I want to run and get the camera. The Evergreen varieties are not always cold-hardy for me, but this one has kept coming back without any special treatment.

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  7. 4 out of 4 people found this helpful

    Mobile, AL

    Planted this spring and has now been blooming for over a month and still going strong. My color is a lighter pink. Very prolific bloomer

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  8. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful

    Kingwood,, TX

    I planted several Jolyene Nicholes in March and they are blooming beautifully in May. Jolyene Nichole is even prettier than in the picture. This one is a solid 10.

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  9. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful

    Ronkonkoma, NY

    This one is more beautiful with each new year the color becomes much deeper after the second year the large blooms multiply wonderfully, I own allot of oakes daylilies this one by far is one of my favorites, I brought two more last year

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  10. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful

    Goodlettsville, TN

    There is everything to like with this outstanding daylily; the vibrant color, the large size on shorter scapes, the wonderful ruffling, and the contrasting veining. Liked it so much I bought one a couple years earlier, at a higher price. Then at the festival this year, received one as the gift, and will find a spotlighted place for it. Can never get enough of this great daylily.

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  11. One person found this helpful

    Sioux Center, IA

    Love this daylilly! Mine are more apricot than this photo and rebloom consistantly for me. I have been able to divide them yearly for family and friends with out loosing any of their intensity.

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  12. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful

    Owensboro, KY

    This daylily is as close to perfect as a daylily can get. It brags of a huge bloom set on a small plant. It is great for boaders! And the color is lucious!

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  13. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful

    Longmeadow, MA

    This is one of my favorites. I love the color. Not a lot of blooms,but they are perfection.

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  14. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful

    Oklahoma City, OK

    The color is lighter than this picture, but this is one of my very favorites. This year it surprised me by reblooming in my sister’s garden. I’ve never seen it listed as a rebloomer, but it had several lovely blooms very late in the season.

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  15. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    Flushing, NY

    The color on mine is not a deep pink, but a light pink. It’s not a profuse bloomer, but it is a desirable size. If “Happy Returns” is planted at the front of the border, this is just the right size to plant just behind it, and the colors of both blend well.

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  16. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful

    Houston, TX

    This was my free bonus plant, planted in mid-April. It was my first daylily to bloom, mid-May. It has the most gorgeous, large flowers. The petals are lighter pink than in the photo, with noticeable dark pink veining and a larger yellow throat. It is also beautifully diamond-dusted. Thank you for this outstanding flower!

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  17. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful

    Corona, CA

    Big bloom on short scapes, VERY TRUE. I’d say mine is more on the 14 inch tall side. At first I thought its growth was stunted because I had moved it, but realize now that it will always be short. Its very beautiful, unusual to see such a large flower on a small scape. 1st bloom early June -Zone 9

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  18. One person found this helpful

    Alanson, MI

    A must have. The pictures do not do it justice. Every time I walk by it I have to kneel down and admire it close-up.

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  19. One person found this helpful

    Wichita, KS

    This was one of my free plants, and it wasn’t something I has looked at before. But now that it bloomed, I love it! The blooms are a beautiful shade of pink, and when there are several open at once, they take your breath away. This is one I will have to move this fall, because it isn’t very tall, so it can be seen better next year.

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