Mexican Maiden

$14.99 each, 3 for $39.99

4.90 out of 5 based on 10 customer ratings
(10 customer reviews)
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3 3/4″ bloom, 20″ tall, Mid Season, Dormant

What a great color! Bright rosy red blooms beckon you from across the garden. Puts out lots of blooms, and is an excellent rebloomer as well – going strong at Halloween this past year in our fields.

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Foliage Types

Hybridizer

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Shipping Season

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Zone Range

2 to 8

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  1. [email protected] (verified owner)

    I received Mexican Maiden as a free day lily with an order a couple years ago. I love the rosy red blooms and the petite size is striking in the front of my larger lilies. And….she reblooms! I’m in love with this little powerhouse lily!

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  2. Bright and cheerful!

    Tim Clark

    Mexican Maiden is such a vivid color! Bright and cheerful with tons of blooms over a long period here in southern Ohio. Love it!

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  3. Needs more recognition Oakes

    Keri-Mt. Pleasant, PA (verified owner)

    This is an outstanding Daylily! Here in SW Pa, Mexican Maiden is in its 3rd year in my garden. It bloomed the first year it was planted & gets better every year. It really doesn’t get the recognition it deserves Oakes. An outstanding & prolific bloomer with beautiful deep coral smiling blooms. I plan on planting these everywhere when they need divided which will probably be next year. Simply gorgeous!

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  4. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    Prolific and Pretty

    Meredith A Bailey-MacLeod (verified owner)

    I planted Mexican Maiden in May 2016, but it bloomed for the first time in July 2017, and produced flowers for almost exactly a month. This year, it started blooming on 05 July and will probably put out flowers on into August. I think it is the most prolific bloomer in my garden, putting out anywhere from 4 – 10 new flowers every day! It’s simply a riot of color. In my area (Zone 7a), Mexican Maiden leans more towards rosy pink than red.

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  5. Great for hot summer areas

    Maryl (verified owner)

    It is so hard to find a darker colored daylily that is colorfast and grows well in our long hot summer. Mexican Maiden is all that AND it repeats bloom.. The color is sort of a rouge red. Very nice indeed.

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  6. Mexican Maiden, June 2016

    [email protected] (verified owner)

    Early summer bloom. After a rest, ‘Mexican Maiden’ has begun to rebloom and the color is even more intense. The flowers look almost plastic, the colors are so deep. They definitely catch the eye!

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    Janice B., Springfield, IL, June 17, 2015
    Planted Mexican Maiden last year and I am getting my 1st blooms this year. All I can say is WOW, WOW, WOW!! She is loaded with bloom with more to come and are way larger that 3 3/4 inches. The color is stunning. If only I could give 6 stars!!

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  8. [email protected] (verified owner)

    I planted six of these in mid April of this year. Today (Jun 13) every plant had one or more blooms. Such beautiful color, it really pops in front of forsythia bushes. I wish I’d planted the whole length of the walkway in ‘Mexican Maiden’ and may still move some other plants to make room for more! Looking forward to it increasing in size and bloom next year!

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  9. Priscilla

    Within just a few weeks of planting this little one was blooming. Very charming. Love the color

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  10. One person found this helpful

    Manhattan Beach, CA

    Mexican Maiden is very short and looks great in front of “Little Strawberry Shortcake”. The color is not as intense as in the photo – more like eyezone of latter (LSS). Didn’t bloom until 2nd season but -for me- it’s a rebloomer so I recommend it. This might be a good daylily for a pot or window-box

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  11. Lewis Center, OH

    Second year in my garden for this daylily and it is simply charming. Small rosy red flowers have lots and lots of blooms.

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  12. Richmond, VA

    What a beautiful color! It really did catch my attention from across my front yard. This is the first year for this plant in my yard, growing in a large pot, and it already has put up five scapes, each covered with buds. Looks like a good choice!

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