MILLIE SCHLUMPF

$19.99 each, 3 for $54.99

5.00 out of 5 based on 7 customer ratings
(7 customer reviews)
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6″ bloom, 20″ tall, Extra-Early Season + rebloom, Evergreen

One of the first to appear each season, these soft pink blooms with slightly ruffled edges are always a welcome sight.

 

Color

Bloom Size

Height

Bloom Season

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Foliage Types

Hybridizer

Awards

Honorable Mention

Zone Range

3 to 9

Bloom Period

Shipping Season

Soil Type

Sun Exposure

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  1. 1981 award winner

    Kimberly Gutfeld (verified owner)

    30 years ago, when my house sold, I forgot to dig me a Millie Schlumph. Low and behold you stock them. The plants arrived very quickly and healthy. Potted them immediately. Lots of growth all year. The 2nd spring all of them bloomed beautifully. Large flowers beguiling. I live in zone 7A along the NC coast.

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  2. lgunn77611@aol.com (verified owner)

    I love this daylily. I’ve ordered 2 or 3 more since I ordered the 1st one…gave several to my sister who is also enchanted with her. Her foliage looks healthy and strong and she’s a great little bloomer. Deep Southeast Texas here, about 40 min. from the Gulf of Mexico. Hot. Humid. Prone to drought in the last decade. She just keeps on doing her job.

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  3. rancho palos verdes, CA

    Absolutely fabulous pink rebloomer. Blooms in the partial shade; vigorous plants. You’ll have these for enjoying and for sharing! Love Millie!

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  4. Spokane Valley, WA

    This daylily bloomed as a clear, glowing peachy-pink in my garden. The blooms held up perfectly throughout the day, despite being planted next to our driveway and having intense heat and light bouncing off the concrete onto it. The flowers are smaller than some of my other daylilies, but there were plenty of them.

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  5. Prescott, AZ

    I grew this near ocean in So Calif many years, moved to Prescott, AZ, a year ago and brought Millie with me. This is a tough-as-nails plant. Fast multiplier. Honest pink, no coral. 11 scapes just now. Looks like it will boom in July here, zone 8A, at 5,400 ft. Bloom cycles are sometimes so close, it seems like it is everblooming!

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  6. Waynesville, NC

    Millie looks just like her picture. The bloom is so perfect and soft looking. I couldn’t resist her because of her name and rebloom attraction but she is just delightful. I am so glad she lives in my garden. My friend often asks,”How is Millie Schlumpf today?”

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