Nutmeg Elf

$14.99 each, 3 for $39.99

4.67 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

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3″ bloom, 28″ tall, Early-Mid Season, Dormant

Nutmeg Elf is a rare miniature spider-type variety. Masses of dainty golden orange blooms with thin petals. A pleasant surprise in the early to mid season garden.

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3 to 9

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  1. Prolific and eye catching

    Katherine Lincourt (verified owner)

    I’m going to go ahead and say that I’m not crazy about spider type daylilies. And to be honest I’m not sure what convinced me to buy Nutmeg Elf – except that I was aiming for this colorway. The first year I had this planted it did well I just wasn’t sure I liked it. But I find it’s grown on me as time has gone on. This daylily has a long bloom period in my yard and seems to do well even in drier conditions. Despite the small flower size the color and length of display makes this a noticeable plant.

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  2. Lovely, bright little flowers

    M Cookson (verified owner)

    I planted three of these this spring. They all have been blooming like crazy ever since. Nothing bothers them-they bloomed when it was hot and dry, they’re blooming now that it’s hot and rainy. The color is a lovely pale orange, and sometimes the tips of the petals have white on them. They look like little stars and are just a very cheery flower in my garden.

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  3. One person found this helpful

    Bloomington, MN

    Nutmeg Elf is a “tought cookie” – I ordered a half dozen last year as part of a very large (too large!) order for several new beds. I potted the entire order as usual when it arrived (I thought) It was a BIG order and somehow one of the several boxes got lost in the garage and I didn’t miss it for almost two weeks. When I found it, it was six sad shriveled up babies. I was going to toss them, but instead put them right in the ground and babied all summer. They were a poorly looking bunch (6 Flutterbye – or similar) was in the box too. and I didn’t expect them to survive, and didn’t mulch either. SURPRISE – they are fine this year – still a little small, but the “Elf” is a gorgeous gold – though has no shading like the picture. Maybe in another year – a very dainty flower that moves gracefully in the wind. An “8” for petiteness and valor!

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