PARADE OF PEACOCKS

$29.99 each, 3 for $79.98

5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)
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8″ bloom, 36″ tall, Mid-Late Season, Dormant

One of our own introductions, this variety features big rosy peach blooms with a huge rose eyezone around a green throat. Clusters of blooms wave in the wind for a beautiful display.

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Foliage Types

Hybridizer

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Zone Range

2 to 8

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  1. Birmingham, AL

    Just planted this in March. It started blooming a few days ago and I am stunned! Prettier in person than in pictures! Did not expect so many blooms and buds the first season. It looks as if I’ll have blooms for a good while still. This could easily turn into one of my very favorites.

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  2. Theodore, AL

    OH MY.. my friends keep asking me where they can get this daylily from.. I tell them OAKES DAYLILIES. This one is a beauty. Nice large blooms and many to each stem. It began blooming the begining of May and I have had one or two blooms per week. LOVE LOVE LOVE this one!

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  3. Baltimore, OH

    This is one of my very favorite daylilies. It is in its second year and is getting bigger and bigger. Parade of Peacocks is not a rebloomer but this year it was. I got another round of scapes in early September and one by one they opened when the other lilies were done. I love the color of this one and its spider-like qualities.

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  4. Galva, IL

    Planted last year, this beauty came into it’s own this summer. A long bloom time and substantial petals for such a big spider. Although it is too new to have spread heavily, it had a large bud count on substantial scapes. Holds it’s color and form even in rain and wind. I seldom have daylilies show a pink color, mine are more often in softer peach shades and I have to assume it is the soil nutrients. Worth the cost whether in the bright colors or my more subdued.

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