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5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
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5 3/4″ bloom, 27″ tall, Mid Season, Dormant

We can’t pass this variety in bloom without running for the camera – every bloom is perfect! A gorgeous shade of pink – you’ll never have second thoughts about adding this variety to your garden.

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  1. My Favorite

    trishmalone4 (verified owner)

    I had luck with this daylily blooming the first season. It has more blooms each subsequent year. In my garden this daylily is a pale peach color with a hint of pink. It is not as pink as the picture for me but it is a beautiful color and performs well. This is without a doubt my favorite daylily. It was unavailable for a while and I am so happy to see it offered again. I know I will order more of this lovely daylily. I just love it!

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  2. Ipswich, MA

    To me, although it is a bit slow to propagate here in MA, this is a really beautiful flower and a truer, prettier pink than Barbara Mitchell, for example. I love the pinks, and this is my favorite.

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  3. Winston-Salem, NC

    I got this daylily in late spring of 2007 and it didn’t bloom the first season, but I gave it some miracle-gro and watered it regularly during a drought-stricken summer and got some nice healthy green foliage the first year. In summer of 2008, my efforts were rewarded with lovely clusters of rich cotton candy pink blooms that were evenly colored from the center of the flower to the edges. It also held it’s color well in the intense North Carolina heat and humidity. It’s definitely worth having; if it doesn’t bloom the first season, definitely don’t despair, because you will reap the rewards the next season and you won’t have any second thoughts about it!

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