ROSY RETURNS

$19.99 each, 3 for $54.99

4.50 out of 5 based on 8 customer ratings
(8 customer reviews)
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3 3/4″ bloom, 16″ tall, Extra-Early Season + rebloom, Dormant

Dusky rose pink blooms with a rose purple band above a yellow throat. Acclaimed as one of the best reblooming pink varieties. Fragrant.

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Hybridizer

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Zone Range

2 to 8

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  1. Barbara C Highhouse

    This is the third year I have had this daylily in my flowerbed. It makes a nice front border. It has a long blooming season here in northeastern Pennsylvania. However, it tends to hide its beauty underneath its abundant foliage. I usually have to cut back the leaves in order to enjoy the many blooms.

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  2. Rosy Returns Again and Again!

    Patricia Pflaumer

    Rosy Returns blooming on the 4th of July in MA (zone 6)

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  3. DH

    Incredible, hardy bloomer but the color is much more red than pink, at least here in SE Texas.

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  4. Montrose, PA

    The rosy color goes so well with the true pinks and light yellows of my tall lilies. Rosy Returns has a wonderful compact habit and planted in front of the talls, serves to ground the eye and complete a picture. I love the size of the plant and the blooms. NE PA

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    Fredericksburg, VA

    This is a beautiful daylily – short but has the perfect size flowers for its height. The color of my rosy return is exactly like the picture. I was a little concerned it would be a “rusty pink color” another reviewer mentioned; that hasn’t been my experience. It is in part shade so maybe that has something to do with it. One thing for sure, it’s a survivor. Thanks to my husband it’s been stepped on, flattened by a box, trampled by lawn equipment – still bloomed beautifully for its first season.

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  6. Spokane Valley, WA

    I was disappointed with the color – kind of rusty-rose instead of clear pink – so it was soon given away to a friend who is less picky about color. However it sounds like a sturdy, reliable bloomer for gardeners who like the color.

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  7. Sioux Falls, SD

    Sioux Falls, SD – This is the most amazing daylily ever! Once it starts blooming, it doesn’t stop until we get freezing temps. It continuously sends up new flowers!

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  8. Owensboro, KY

    Better than a 10! Rosy Returns delivers it all with huge blooms that are unusually large for a everbloomer, breathtaking color and consistant bloom cycles. It doen’t get much better than this.

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    Lake Hopatcong, NJ

    Rosy Returns is a wonderful, everblooming daylily. Some everbloomers flower in waves. Rosy Returns seems to send up a continuous stream of new scapes, so that plants seem to be nearly always in bloom. The flowers are lovely, a dark rose in our Zone 5b/6a garden, and appear larger than the size indicated, possibly because they open relatively flat. We have planted several pink everbloomers in the last couple years and Rosy Returns is my favorite. It blooms steadily for us from early July through early November. Like with other everbloomers, for best results, it is important to fertilize regularly.

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