MICO

$29.99 each, 3 for $79.98

5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)
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10″ bloom, 44″ tall, Mid Season, Semi-evergreen

Huge, fragrant 10-inch blooms in bright gold stand on scapes nearly 4-feet tall. ‘Mico’ gets attention!

 

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3 to 9

Hybridizer

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  1. One person found this helpful

    east northport, NY

    This flower is a show stopper. The biggest in my garden,and the one that gets the most compliments.

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  2. Prescott, AZ

    I grew MICO in San Clemente (So Cal) for many years. It often reblooms there. I had three separate bloom sequences one year. It’s tall and sturdy…occasionally needing stakes but it was grown on the north side yard. Fabulous color. Better looking than the photos. It grows at least 44 in, perhaps 50 inches for me.

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  3. Burbank, CA

    Our brother got us hooked on the Oakes daylilies and their excellent service. When our sister asked him to come around the house to see ‘the new GIANT daylily’, all he could say as he turned the corner some 50 feet away was “WOW”!! It really stands out in a crowd! Can’t wait to order this one for a neighbor to repay a favor! (And of course, some for me, too!)

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  4. OLIVE BRANCH, MS

    This picture does not do this flower justice.These flowers are absolutely HUGE with great color and form.They are stricking in the garden when they bloom.

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