ORANGE TREMOR

$19.99 each, 3 for $54.99

4.67 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)
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* 6 1/2″ bloom, 28″ tall, Late Season, Dormant

Lovely blooms the color of orange sherbet. A refreshing burst of cool color in the late summer garden.

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Hybridizer

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3 to 9

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  1. like a watercolor painting

    Nora Suppers (verified owner)

    I received my Orange Tremor daylily this spring and planted it immediately in northeastern PA. I didn’t expect that it would bloom this year, especially with record heat and moderately drought conditions so it has been hard to babysit. To my surprise, I spied a gorgeous orange-yellow-peach color from across the yard and upon closer inspection, was spellbound by its watercolor painting impression. Can’t wait for more blooms next year and its a perfect addition to my perennial garden

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  2. Prettiest color!

    Diane (verified owner)

    I love they pinky orange–really different and really lovely, and it really blooms well for me. The foliage isn’t my favorite–I am a fan of big clumping daylilies, and in my garden, which I admit is largely clay, foliage forms more of a straight line than a clump! I have a couple of them, and they both do the same! Still, those blooms!!!

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  3. sl_snow@hotmail.com

    Love this daylily, it’s one of my favorites.The color is pretty much like the picture, a soft pinkish gold pastel. It’s a late season bloomer, so after all the other daylilies have quit blooming, it’s the center of attention in my garden. You won’t be disappointed in this daylily!

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