PLUM PERFECT

$29.99 each, 3 for $79.98

4.47 out of 5 based on 17 customer ratings
(17 customer reviews)
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3 1/2″ bloom, 24″ tall, Early Season + rebloom, Semi-Evergreen

Rich plum-purple blooms with a deeper purple eyezone. A vigorous grower, even into the deep South; an excellent rebloomer.

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Awards

All-American Selection

Zone Range

3 to 9

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Shipping Season

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  1. Plum Perfect

    susan skelly

    What a bright and floriferous daylily Plum Perfect is! I have had my Plum Perfect for several years, and while my plant has not multiplied significantly enough to divide it, it has so many blooms that you can’t even tell it’s not a big plant. And the color is such a beautiful violet purple – in my garden anyway. I think this is one of those daylilies with a range of color, depending on where it is planted, soil type, etc. – ranging from maroon to burgundy to violet to plum.
    I would give Plum Perfect a “5 star” rating – if only I knew more about where it has come from, and what it’s story is….(because, other than being purple, it looks absolutely nothing at all like Maryotts’ 2012 registered Plum Perfect.)…Was there some sort of mix-up with registration? Is THIS Plum Perfect unregistered? Who is the hybridizer of THIS daylily? And how can this daylily be a 2003 All American Daylily selection? Does anyone know what the Plum Perfects’ story is??

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  2. Pretty Plum Perfect

    susan skelly

    Plum Perfect

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    Plum Perfect

    Debra Ann LaGattuta

    Plum Perfect is great in combination with yellow daylilies and periwinkle blue hardy geranium

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  4. amazingly prolific

    Bill

    i bought this at a local retailer while in bloom, so i knew it was a deep wine color that is very eye catching and people always ask about it. smaller flowers than most, but did well in a container. in the ground it grow huge masses of flowers, maybe 50 to a stem. the stems sprout multiple proliferations, so i have been able to spread this one all around my garden very quickly. does well in part shade here, and deals with insane heat very well. i have it in clay soil that is amended with compost and potting soil. it’s doing very well. the clumps expand each year, and it reblooms. all my neighbors are on a wait list for proliferations now that they have seen it in my garden.

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  5. Plum Perfect

    Virginia Miller (verified owner)

    I ordered this plant in 2016 and wasn’t all that impressed the first year or two, but this year it has really come into its own. I now have 3 clumps and love it. It is a blooming machine and the color is very pretty and compliments so many of my other daylilies.

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  6. Burgundy...

    Kim Forrester (verified owner)

    What is your hardiness zone? Zone 7

    Waleska GA, planted last fall, very few blooms… and mine are a deep burgundy. Unsure if due to clay soil or proximity to roses(fertilizer). Will move later this year to see if color will be closer to the photo.

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  7. One person found this helpful

    Not the color I expected

    Tanya Nielsen (verified owner)

    What is your hardiness zone? Zone 8

    I purchased this one based, not only on the color that appears in the above pictures but on it’s performance as a landscape plant. Mine is newly planted so I cant speak of how it will perform in the future but I’m disappointed in the color as it is definitely more of a maroon shade than purple. I’ll probably have to move it as I planted it with several other true purple shade daylilies. I did receive a very nice large plant and it appears to be thriving so I will more than likely be happy with it later after it proves itself.

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  8. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful

    Georgetown, TX

    Purchased this All-American a couple of years ago for its (semi) evergreen foliage, which was quite lovely. However, the following spring when I noticed the blooms were more burgundy or maroon than purple as shown in the photo, I gave them to a friend with a degree from Texas A & M who likes gardening as much as I do and who has a greater appreciation for a burgundy/maroon bloom. P.S. I would be thrilled if I could find a daylily with a bloom that is truly as purple as shown in website photos.

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  9. coram, NY

    Pretty but not too many scapes. Hopefully be more prolific next year.

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  10. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    Osseo, MN

    Plum Perfect-ion! I love this daylilies gracefulness, even when it isn’t blooming the graceful folliage plays well against the thick leaves of hosta, coral bells, columbine and astilbe that are planted near it, but when in bloom, it truly is just plum perfect-ion. Planted in a more shade than sun – the generous plants Oaks sent me bloomed last year and I credited the sunny fields they had before they arrived to my shady back yard., Not so. Even more stems and flowers this year! Zone 4 winter, a hot dry early spring followed by record rain fall and record summer heat and through it all this beautiful plant retained it’s beauriful slender graceful green folliage has been blooming for about 3 weeks with spectacular beautiful velvety wine – purple flowers, with more blooms to come. The size of the blossoms while smaller are perfectly balanced to the size of the folliage and the overall appearance is quite stunning. I have it planted close to where I sit on my patio and the new flowers greet me when I come out in the morning about 7 am and continue to stay open till some time in the middle of the night, then the next morning there are fresh flowers there to take their place. It is just Plum Perfect-ion!

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  11. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    Powell, TN

    Plenty of blooms, but they are a very deep maroon color and not the purple color I was expecting.

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  12. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    BRANDON, VT

    WOW ! I love this daylily. The color is exactly as shown. These small flowers make a big statement of there own by the deep purple color with a darker eye zone. You definitely cannot miss it. Even mixed in along the large ones it still commands attention. I love these miniture daylilies.Thank you oakes for such beautiful and large clumps of these that blossom the first year for us . I have many from you and will always purchase them from you.

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  13. One person found this helpful

    St Ignace, MI

    Great little daylily. Mine aren’t quite as bright as pictures but bloomed the first year and seems to bloom more every year.

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  14. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    Lake Butler, FL

    Plum Perfect is Perfect. Already has 6 scapes with many blossoms. Color is just like the picture. All by daylilies (reblooms) started in April and are now in full bloom. Love this one.

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  15. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    los banos, CA

    True color, blooms for about 3 weeks here in hot central valley-but no rebloom. Vigorous.

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  16. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    Eagan, MN

    Plum Perfect looks exactly like the picture! Beautiful color that has held up well in the hot sun. I planted them next to Stella de Oro, a great color combination.

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  17. One person found this helpful

    Owensboro, KY

    This one tends to mope if you divide it of move it. I almost killed it this spring when I divided it. It is pretty enough but I’d chose another lily with better plant habits.

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  18. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    Wauwatosa, WI

    This gorgeous daylily bloomed in my garden the first year. This year it is producing many flowers that are very interesting to look at. It is striking alone or with other daylilies, particularly red, orange and gold daylilies. A must have for every gardener.

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  19. One person found this helpful

    Nacogdoches, TX

    Lot’s of blooms and a true plum/purple color. A month after beginning its bloom cycle it is still blooming. It does fade slightly in our East Texas afternoon summer heat, but it is well worth having. Don’t miss this one if you enjoy the darker colored lillies.

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