SCHNICKEL FRITZ

$39.99 each, 3 for $99.99

4.75 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)
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5″ bloom, 16″ tall, Early-Mid Season+rebloom, Dormant

Its name is a term of endearment, and we think you’ll love these gorgeous white double blooms. There aren’t many white double daylilies, you’ll probably be the only garden on the block with one.

 

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4.75 out of 5 stars

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  1. Underrated beauty

    knit.n.frog23 (verified owner)

    I admit I bought this variety for the name. My in-laws are Pennsylvania Dutch and they use Schnickel Fritz in their regular vocabulary because those grandchildren can be real rascals. I figured a whitish flower would mix well with my brighter plants. Fast forward to this this spring and this daylily has a ton of buds on it. It really is a power house! The coloring is so delicate that you really have to see it in person to appreciate it. I’d describe it as heavy cream with hints of apricot and pale yellow. Really love it!

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  2. Love the name (and the bloom)

    Janet (verified owner)

    I love white and pastel daylilies so I had to get this plant. The double blooms are beautiful and unlike any other. I would call them more of a light cream.

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  3. Terri Atwell (verified owner)

    I am usually not a big fan of double daylilies but I thought I needed to branch out a bit and try new things..Schnickel Fritz seemed like the perfect starting place. This year was its first blooming season in my zone 5b-6 garden and I was very pleased! I had at least 12-15 flowers although they were not all fully double. Gorgeous nonetheless!! So glad I got this one. And I think next year will be even better!

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  4. Must Have!

    Dianne J Thibado (verified owner)

    A show-stopper. Just added this to the edge of a border bed last year. Here in zone 3, it will be another year or two before it truly comes into its own, but Schnickel Fritz catches your eyes from across the garden. Absolutely gorgeous. Although listed as ‘near-white, it tips towards ivory (with a touch of peach). Absolutely gorgeous.

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    Beautiful!

    Tammy Church (verified owner)

    Bloomed the first season it was in our garden. Very beautiful flower! I’m glad it’s planted by the front walk so we can admire it every time we walk past.

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