JUNGLE BEAUTY

$39.99 each, 3 for $99.99

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

This is one of those varieties that pictures just don’t do justice. One of our favorite dark-colored varieties, we have several clumps planted prominently along a path in our display garden, and it is always among the most admired. Deep black blooms make a great complement to pretty much any other color. We have it planted by a bright orange (Jersey Spider) which looks great.

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Foliage Types

Hybridizer

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Zone Range

2 to 8

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  1. One person found this helpful

    Unmerciful weather

    slwaits55

    I ordered this daylily in 2013 to go with Siloam Space Age. They were beautiful. In 2021 the temperature dropped to 9 below and when spring came Jungle Beauty did not survive. I have over 75 daylilies from Oakes and is the only one I have ever lost. So happy that it is available this year.p

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  2. Long blooming

    colleen (verified owner)

    My first dark daylily and just covered with blooms for the longest time. Plus it had 6 proliferations from two clumps!

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  3. Mid-Late Beauty

    Patricia Bartlett

    My two year old Jungle Beauty’s are just as gratifying as they were the first year I planted them. Their blossom is not big, but it is a stunner. There are many scapes to each plant so it just blooms and blooms and blooms. Since, at least where we live in Northwestern North Carolina, we have hard Winters and often late Springs. Many of my daylilies that are labeled mid season and/or rebloomers do not come out until the early daylilies are finished. That is the case with my Jungle Beauties. And this is why I love them so much. They start blooming at the tail end of others in my random plantings and stay until the last bloom of the rest of my daylilies have finished. I plan to separate a few next year or the year after as I would love their color in one or two other places. If you have every purchased “Night Wings”, they are similar, but rounder and a little bit smaller, but color is nearly exactly the same. These are well worth the price. And now Beth tells us that they proliferate. I will watch carefully for that.

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  4. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    Jungle Beauty

    Barbara (verified owner)

    Owensboro, Kentucky…June 12, 2017
    Can’t say enough good about this plant. I can already tell you it is a keeper. Barbara

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  5. 5 out of 6 people found this helpful

    Bellaire, OH

    The fans I received were large enough to separate into two plants. Although not recommended, that is what I did. They both bloomed this summer, their first in my garden. The color was unbelievably dark, even in full sun. They grew so fast I was able to take a large fan from one and now I have three. I live in low zone 6.

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