Laura Harwood Daylily

$19.99 each, 3 for $54.99

5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

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7″ bloom, 23″ tall, Mid Season + rebloom, Semi-Evergreen

Burgundy purple with a yellow cream halo and a very green throat, ‘Laura Harwood’ is always a sight to behold. Fragrant.


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7″ bloom, 23″ tall, Mid Season + rebloom, Semi-Evergreen


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Bloom Patterns

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Bloom Size

Height

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Foliage Types

Hybridizer

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Zone Range

3 to 9

Bloom Period

Shipping Season

Sun Exposure

Soil Type

HOW TO GROW DAYLILIES: Daylilies are very easy-to-grow. They like a lot of sun and they like a lot of water. For more information on how to care for daylilies, click here.
WHAT DAYLILIES CAN I GROW: Most of you can grow any of the daylilies we sell. If you live in an area with a sustained cold period like we do in East Tennessee, you can grow all the varieties. However, If you live in an area that doesn’t get freezing weather in the winter (like zones 9 and 10), dormant varieties won’t work for you; you’ll need to choose evergreen or semi-evergreen varieties.

BIG PLANTS! When it comes to daylily plants, bigger is better! All of the plants we ship will be three fans or larger — two or three times (or more) what you might receive from other companies. Larger plants get established faster and bloom more quickly!

FARM-FRESH TO YOU! All of your plants will be freshly dug when you order. The leaves are trimmed and the plants are washed and air-dried. Your daylilies will be out of the ground less than 48 hours before they’re headed your way.

BONUS DAYLILIES: We send free daylilies (we call them “bonus” daylilies) with every order. These daylilies are equal to about 20% of your order, you get to choose what you’d like at checkout.

ABOUT US: Oakes Daylilies is a family-owned daylily farm that’s been in business for three generations. Our daylilies grow in home gardens, city parks and botanical gardens across the nation– including Hawaii and Canada. We are known in the industry as Daylily Experts and grow over 1000 varieties of daylilies on nearly 70 acres in East Tennessee. But over 50 years ago, we started just like you—with one daylily in a home garden.

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  1. SUBJ1

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    I love Laura Harwood. It is one of the best of the Super Purple family, descending from that family through Regal Finale. It is a good plant and a beautiful flower. The scapes are short, so it is great for the front of the garden or borders. It will throw seedlings with taller scapes when crossed to taller things. The plant is attractive and increases quickly. The foliage is semi-evergreen and the plant is very hardy here in my garden and is said to be hardy in both southern and northern gardens. Laura Harwood is fertile both ways and produces nice seedlings. It is very rust resistant here for me and I have many accounts of it being resistant in many gardens in both the north and the south. It produces resistant seedlings, and a good percentage of them, when outcrossed to equally or more resistant things.

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    Sandra in Syracuse (verified owner)

    I have four of these in my garden. This variety is spectacular in bloom and it has a LONG bloom time from July into OCTOBER here in zone 5. I have dozens of varieties of day lilies and Laura is one of my favorites.

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  3. Meredith (verified owner)

    I bought Laura Harwood this year (2019), and planted it in mid-May, expecting a year before seeing any flowers. To my great surprise and delight, it gamely put up a short scape with a single bud on it, which bloomed in July. A bright, cheerful, tropical color – I look forward to seeing what it does next year!
    USDA Hardiness Zone: 6A
    Light Conditions: Southern exposure, full sun 6+ hours.

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