MARY TODD

$9.99 each, 3 for $27.99

5.00 out of 5 based on 12 customer ratings
(12 customer reviews)

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* 6″ bloom, 26″ tall, Early Season, Semi-Evergreen

One of the most popular of all time, this classic brings masses of bright yellow blooms and makes a vibrant splash in your garden. Winner of numerous awards including the 1978 Stout medal, daylily’s highest award.

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3 to 9

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  1. 3 clumps provides tons of blooms!

    Jen McEnroe

    I divided my Mary Todd daylily and planted 3 clumps in a sunnier location and OMG! I literally have 50 blooms on each plant. They have formed a mound equivalent to the size of a small bush and the blooms are nonstop. The flowers are quite large and held high enough above the foliage that they really make a statement in the garden.

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  2. Mary Todd Survives the Drought

    Lia

    …the grass is dead but Mary Todd is still blooming!

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  3. Wonderful Reliable Bloomer

    Lia

    Mary Todd is a very reliable bloomer and needs no pampering at all. The yellow blooms are about 5 or 6 inches wide and the entire plant is vigorous and hardy. I give mine a sprinkle of Espoma Plant-Tone in the spring and I get tons of blooms. This is also a great daylily to plant at a distance from the house because the yellow color really pops – it can easily be seen from a distance. A clump of 3 plants is vibrant enough to be seen from the road.

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  4. Very Reliable Bloomer

    Lea987

    I’ve had Mary Todd in my garden for 3 years and the clumps are huge. It’s pretty much indestructible. I planted mine next to Spirea Double Play Red and Miss Apple Siberian Iris – the combination of red and yellow is very pretty.

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  5. Tried and true

    David Winchester

    This is one hardy amazing daylily. It comes back quite well every year. Tons of blooms always.

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  6. Vibrant Mary Todd

    Anita Dunlap (verified owner)

    I received Mary Todd in late April 2018 by July I had 2 blooms which were a very vibrant yellow. I can’t wait to see her buds next season. I have Mary Todd planted in a full sun location. I am in zone 6 Kansas.

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    Mary Todd

    Eleanor Call

    This is one great daylily. Its blooming for me right now.

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    Consistency is a virtue

    je_deg@yahoo.com

    Although the flowers on Mary Todd are a very nice and a substantial pretty yellow, the fact it is one crazy wonderful reliable plant gives it a five value. Nothing hurts it, increases in clump size, it’s photogenic and it’s dependable. Great plant for landscaping or providing a bright contrast to darker colors.

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  9. One person found this helpful

    Walker, MN

    Have had “Mary Todd” for many years. I moved it from IA to northern MN 6 years ago and brought it with me. It didn’t seem to mind the move at all and continues to bloom & bloom. Love to see it’s pretty face every time I step out into my garden. I counted over 50 blooms open at one time last summer and this year looks like it will also be a bumper crop! The huge blossoms never fail to amaze me! Spectacular plant!

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  10. One person found this helpful

    Hoover, AL

    Mary Todd is my favorite daylily out of 23 different daylilies in my garden! This is a powerful plant- vigorous grower, prolific bloomer and very hardy! I have shared this daylily a multitude of times and put it around in new places yearly- always pleased with the gorgeous performance the next year. Mary Todd is the epitome of daylilies- a true “friendship flower”. She just gives, and gives and gives…

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  11. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    Mooresville, IN

    Everyone should have Mary Todd in their collection! This plant grows like crazy, and bears tons of flowers. The flowers are huge and vivid, and can be seen from a great distance. This was one of my first daylilies, and I’ve had it for 8 yrs. I have divided it several times, and it just keeps coming back just as big the next year! This makes it a great daylily for sharing! While Mary Todd’s blooms and color are fairly plain, she becomes spectacular when in a huge mound with many huge blooms.

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  12. One person found this helpful

    Greenup, KY

    I’ve had Mary Todd for about 6 years and it was gaven to me as a gift.Mary Todd is one of my favorites i love to take pictures of it.It’s never been split so you can only wonder what kind of plant I have.Every year i have tons of bright yellow blooms.She’s also very showy every time i walk outside i always gosh Mary Todd you are just showing you’r self.Everyone should have a Mary Todd in their garden.

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    Bell, FL

    A very nice yellow bloom, lots of them. Strong grower and very pretty early on. Colors stays well.

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