SELMA LONGLEGS

$14.99 each, 3 for $39.99

5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

Only 9 left in stock

9″ bloom, 34″ tall, Early-Mid Season, Dormant

Light tangerine brushed cinnamon spidery blooms with orange throat.

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  1. One person found this helpful

    Proliferating!

    DalriadaOne (verified owner)

    I love the huge blooms and the cinnamon brushed color of Selma Longlegs! As an added bonus mine is proliferating which means MORE Selma Longlegs. The more the merrier! I love the explosion of color. This one will look great with most any color.

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  2. Huge Spider Beautiful Orange Staying Power

    Patricia Bartlett (verified owner)

    Selma Long Legs has two requirements. She should be planted either high on a hill with space around and down, or in the middle of a group of smaller daylilies. I have her right behind “Dreamcatcher” and though both are huge, both hold their own. For the price, she is a sure winner, everyone will talk about her. Selma Long Legs has a kind of orange that is velvety and smooth, and since the size of the blooms are enormous, you cannot help but see her a long way away. Again, be careful where you plant her so that she doesn’t dwarf your other daylilies or flowers. She will be the flower that you see. I have had her for two years and she has grown a few new shoots each year. Selma is one of my favorites.

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  3. One person found this helpful

    Selma Long Legs: The biggest daylily I own

    Patricia Bartlett (verified owner)

    Selma Long Legs dominates everything around her. She is the biggest daylily I own with long star bloom edges. She is tall, so tall that I’m stunned that the scapes do not fall over. She also has so many blooms that though she started blooming the end of June, she still has lots more to go. I would make sure that you put her high up or in the middle of a circle or square because she will take over your area and you will miss shorter smaller daylilies or flowers. I have her as high up as I can and she is the first thing you see even though she is not red. You simply cannot help it. I have Spider Man and Ruby Spider near her. Red Ribbons cannot match her so I will need to move her and move Exotic Star at some point because Selma simply says, “Hey, I’m the best thing there is around.”

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  4. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    Better than an orange sherbet!

    Diane Gibson (verified owner)

    No picture can show how stunning this flower is in person. At a little over one year in the ground, it’s producing huge, substantial, twisted and pretty fabulous flowers. They open nice and stay that way until late. We had two nasty hail storms which damaged leaves and bruised buds; causing some lilies to bloom deformed or spotted. Although her leaves are spotted, the flowers are perfect. Big value for such a great lily. Zone 5.

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