SPOTTED FEVER

$19.99 each, 3 for $54.99

4.60 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
(5 customer reviews)

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3 3/4″ bloom, 22″ tall, Mid Season, Semi-Evergreen

One of our own introductions, this variety has speckled lavender-rose blooms that vary from bloom to bloom – no two are alike!

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Hybridizer

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3 to 9

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3 reviews with a 5-star rating

  1. Unique and Pretty Colorful Combinaton!

    kidsfiveandunder (verified owner)

    Being partial to doubles anyway, I find this one striking and eye-catching. The pastel, cool colors blend well in the daylily garden. With it’s beautiful double petals with and frilled edging, this one looks much more expensive than it is. A favorite all-around!

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  2. dlesch (verified owner)

    I am becoming more and more a fan of the doubles but I was a little leery of the color combination on Spotted Fever. Planted it the first week of April 2021 and had a bloom on 1 June 2021. That’s right sports fans a bloom two months after planting and the bloom was not puny, it was huge for a double. The multicolor shades and ruffles in the bloom will stop you in your tracks. The only negative I have is the name, rename it PLEASE. Who names a flower this gorgeous Spotted Fever, anyway.

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  3. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful

    Huntley, IL

    I live about 45 minutes from the Wisconsin border, and have to say I was a little leery about spending so much for a daylily. I purchased in March of 2009 and was a little disappointed as it only had one bloom. However, this year (2010), it’s fantastic. I even separated it last fall and put it around the garden to see where it would do best. It’s doing great everywhere. Today is June 28, I have two blooms in full sun with loads of buds and in the other areas of the garden that don’t get full sun, there are plants with loads of buds. Am extremely happy. It looks exactly like the photo, maybe even a little better.

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