MISS TINKERBELL

$9.99 each, 3 for $27.99

3.94 out of 5 based on 17 customer ratings
(17 customer reviews)

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3 3/4″ bloom, 18″ tall, Mid Season + rebloom, Dormant

Lovely ‘Miss Tinkerbell’ is short enough to be used in borders, container, or in the foreground of the landscape. Reblooms well in our area.

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Foliage Types

Hybridizer

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Zone Range

3 to 9

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3.94 out of 5 stars

17 reviews

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7 reviews with a 5-star rating

  1. ddsieffert@yahoo.com (verified owner)

    What is your hardiness zone? Zone 6

    In my zone 6a/ W. PA garden she is doing quite well for her first season ( planted her fall of 2015, now its mid July 2016). She’s a short little thing, great for the front of a border and in my garden, not as dark as the picture; more peachy than deep pink. But still beautiful with lots buds to come. Definitely a winner. I think this was a freebie from Oakes, and I thank them sincerely I look forward to may years of visual and heartfelt pleasure from her. Can’t go wrong with this beauty.

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  2. Natalia

    Planted last fall and this is the first year for them. Started to bloom in second half of July. Very nice color.

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    Waterloo, IA

    Miss Tinkerbell is a great little daylily for the front border. Beautiful peachy~pink blooms and lots of them. Less than two months in my garden and they are creating a beautiful display to admire. She may be little, but a bit of a showoff ! I love it!

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  4. Prescott, AZ

    A favorite. Good substance, very non-fading, produces tons of flowers, gorgeous color. Good for front as it is short. Fast increaser, tolerates some dryness but best if watered well. Rebloomed almost constantly when I lived in San Clemente, CA. Tolerates some shade. Very lovely. Highly recommended.

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  5. Hazel Crest, IL

    Very nice little daylily. Looks like the picture in my garden. I have it edging a curve in a flower bed and it’s just right for the spot. I received a large clump as a bonus plant last summer. Although they didn’t bloom last year, this year they’re doing great. Nice pop of color from a distance. Cute and detailed up close.

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  6. Galva, IL

    Mine is mostly peach and the eye is very rosy and distinct. Substantial and very pretty for the front of a garden where color is needed. It is ruffled and veined. Although not pink this year in IL, it is still a very sweet lily. I’ve found some lilies have different colors due to weather during a certain year.

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  7. Owensboro, KY

    Miss Tinkerbell is a vivd pink here in Kentucky with a lovely rose halo. It is stongly ruffled. I highly recommend it!

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