RUFFLED APRICOT

$19.99 each, 3 for $54.99

5.00 out of 5 based on 21 customer ratings
(21 customer reviews)

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* 7″ bloom, 28″ tall, Early-Mid Season, Dormant

These huge apricot blooms led a nationwide popularity poll for years! Winner of the Stout Medal, daylily’s highest award. Fragrant.

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Height

Bloom Season

Foliage Types

Hybridizer

Awards

Stout Silver Medal – daylily\'s highest award

Zone Range

3 to 9

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Shipping Season

Soil Type

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  1. RUFFLED APRICOT WONDERS

    thefantasticdontastic

    Ruffled Apricot grows and blooms so well that I have clumps of it all over. A few weeks ago, a visitor stood outside my yard and said she had never seen such a beautiful color and would I share? Of course I did and gave her Oakes name and praises for large and healthy plants.. Zone 3 Wisconsin

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    David Antonopoulos Sr. (verified owner)

    LOVELY FLOWERS 2ND YEAR BLOOMS . CANT SAY ENOUGH GOOD THINGS ABOUT THIS BEAUTY.

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  3. Another long time to bloom, but awesome

    Ingrid Gottfried (verified owner)

    This is a strong and beautiful bloom.

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    ddsieffert@yahoo.com (verified owner)

    Simply stunning. Just planted 2 in April and already sporting her huge, eye popping blooms in the most luscious shade of apricot. The bud count is impressive for its “first year” and I look forward to it becoming a bright focal point in my beds. When she started blooming yesterday, just stopped me dead in my tracks. Truly does deserve a place in every garden.

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  5. Hermitage, PA

    2nd year for this plant in my garden and it is truley a show stopper.Large flowers on tall scapes and plenty of them.a great apricot color.always pleased with Oakes lillies ,they are great!!!!!!!

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  6. Jacksonville, AR

    Big bright blooms! You surely will see it.

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  7. Asheville, NC

    This came as a free bonus plant with last year’s order. (As always with Oakes, the bareroot specimen they sent was huge.) Very impressed with the number of buds put up by Ruffled Apricot in its first full year. I’m already under the impression that this one’s gonna spread like a weed — but with far finer qualities than your average weed, such as large, well-formed blooms, great-looking foliage and dazzling color.

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    Brunswickq, GA

    Absolutely a beautiful flower. Very large. It really stands out in my flower bed. I heartedly recommend this daylily. I wait patiently every Spring to see it bloom again!

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  9. Sherburn, MN

    Huge, beautiful blooms! It always surprises me how large the flowers are – – gotta love them!

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  10. Dexter, MO

    I have had Ruffled Apricot for three seasons now and it is very special, huge peachy orange blooms, long season and a very good multiplier in my zone 6 garden. Get at least one, three if you can, special ones like this look great planted in groups. You won’t be disappointed, I’m sure.

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  11. Zion, IL

    Love the huge blooms on this one! Color is very eyecatching. I placed a row of 5 plants along the egde of the pool, makes a beautiful mid summer display!

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  12. Goodlettsville, TN

    We received this wonderful daylily as a bonus in our autumn Oakes delivery. Since we already had one in the garden, was, at first, disappointed. However, it holds its own in another bed and is always one I bend over to check the name, since it invariably catches my eye. Really a winner.

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  13. DeRuyter, NY

    I first planted this in May 2005 and it did little during that summer- but this summer (2006), watch out! It was one of the best and most beautiful. I enjoyed it and although it was midway back in my border, it was very noticible with it’s big bright beautiful flowers.

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  14. Greenup, KY

    I couldn’t believe no one has wrote a line or two on this beauty.This was a free one 3 years ago from The Oakes,No wonder it’s a stout medal winner,just the biggest blooms of apricot you ever seen.Huge blooms and grows well too.

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  15. Greenup, KY

    I recieved this one free for ordering every time i see it i say boy for a free one you are lovely.A well deserved winner!

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  16. Alliance, OH

    Wow–what a beauty. I just purchased and planted in May 2004 and it started to bloom early in June and here it is the end of July and it is still blooming. I am very pleased with it’s performance and I am sure it will get better year after year. I can see why it won many awards.

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  17. Nacogdoches, TX

    This is my first year to enjoy this variety in my garden. It is spectacular! The picture does not do it justice. If you have limited space and have to make decisions on which varieties to order, be sure this one is on your list. You will not be disappointed.

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  18. Spencer, IN

    Very beautiful! The flowers are huge and stand out well in my garden. The only problem that I see with them is that they tend to get a little wilty in our hot and humid summer climate. Maybe partial shading may help. Other than that, they are glorious!

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  19. Marlton, NJ

    This is my first year growing this daylillie and it’s absolutely one of my favorites. Huge blooms and lots of them! Very hardy, grows well in our difficult clay soil. A definite must have in the garden.

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  20. Suwanee, GA

    First year growing Ruffled Apricot. The earliest bloomer of the beginner collection in our area. Blooms are very large; nearing 7 1/2 inches across. Nicely ruffled edges with blooms taking more of an orange sherbet tint. Many blooms with nicley proportional fans. No complaints and highly recommended.

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