VICTORIAN PRINCESS

$9.99 each, 3 for $27.99

4.92 out of 5 based on 12 customer ratings
(12 customer reviews)
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6″ bloom, 22″ tall, Mid Season, Dormant

Wide ruffled petals are a deep rosy pink with a midrib. Sepals are a lighter rose pink, and a faint deep rose halo surrounds a chartreuse throat. This gorgeous pink daylily is not registered as reblooming, although we have seen it rebloom in our display garden.

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Foliage Types

Hybridizer

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Shipping Season

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Zone Range

3 to 9

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  1. Elegant

    lowelljames23 (verified owner)

    Gorgeous flower but also massive amounts of blooms, one of my absolute favorites

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  2. Pleasantly pleased with my Victorian Princess purchase

    Carol King (verified owner)

    I purchased 3 this spring for my new perrenial bed. While I have been much for pale pink flowers I was not disappointed! The pale pink with green throat really stood out. This pastel variety has won a permanent place in my zone 4 Wisconsin yard.

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  3. One person found this helpful

    Tall and lovely

    loganbagley (verified owner)

    This is a standout every summer since I purchased it! Multiple blooms every day and I love that I can get photographs of groups of blooms quite often. That beautiful green throat is gorgeous! And it stands out in the hot SC sun all day without wilting too! That is so important to me.

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  4. Just Lovely

    Tracy Rickard (verified owner)

    It is a beautiful blend of colors & a big flower that draw your attention

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  5. 4 out of 4 people found this helpful

    Pretty Pastels

    Jennifer Mcerlean (verified owner)

    One of my favorites. The light pink and white petals with yellow throat just really stand out in my garden. I live in Long Island zone 7 and it blooms all July. It intermingles with Persian Market planted next to it and they are so pretty together. It is way taller than the 22 inches in the description. It has so many blooms I can’t wait every morning to see it!

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  6. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful

    37-inch tall Victorian Princess

    Yvonne Overton (verified owner)

    My Victorian Princess is 15 inches taller than it’s ‘supposed’ to be. What a beauty!

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  7. One person found this helpful

    Victorian Princess

    Anita D. (verified owner)

    I received Victorian Princess this April as a bonus plant. Thank you so much! I love this daylily. By mid/late June, I had multiples of light lavender/pink blooms. The color goes very well with the other daylilies I had ordered (thanks again for taking that into consideration with my bonus plant). The blooms did not fade as the day went on. I live in zone 6a and Victorian Princess receives full sun. I highly recommend this daylily!

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  8. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    A top favorite

    H Morgan

    Purchased this potted for fall planting. First year bloomed very nicely – one of my top favorites. Second year blooming – 7 scapes and many blooms for several weeks! Is nearer 36″ – not so short.

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  9. One person found this helpful

    One of My Favorites This Year

    Angela Morgan (verified owner)

    This year my Victorian Princesses started blooming in the early part of July, and I was still getting a few blooms in mid-August. They’re a lovely color for me, both in the morning and in the afternoon even after they’ve faded a bit. But even with the change in color they hold up well and look nice in the afternoon. I’ve got them in a somewhat difficult part of my yard but even with the ravages of our New Hampshire winter they do quite well.

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  10. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful

    Why didn't I get this sooner??

    Yvonne Overton (verified owner)

    What is your hardiness zone? Zone 7

    Victorian Princess was new to me this spring, and it’s even more beautiful in person than it is in the photos I’ve been eyeing for several years. Short scapes, large flowers, and a pink/cream color combo that’s equally eye-catching up close or from a distance made me fall in love the first time it bloomed. Since it already has several flowers (in its first year!), I can’t wait to see it in Year Two.

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  11. Leesburg, FL

    This daylily has an amazing color blend. Gorgeous and huge blossoms. One of my favorites.

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  12. One person found this helpful

    Camillus, NY

    The first of my new lilies to bloom. We bought because of our daughter, Victoria, and have not been disappointed. It lives up to its regal name. I planted all in April and this opened the end of May. Absolutely gorgeous. The colors blend together in such subtle harmony that you have to stop and look closer to see the different pinks.

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  13. One person found this helpful

    Ridgely, TN

    Got this one last summer from Oakes and it has already started showing off this early in the season!! So pleased and the blooms are just beautiful! You won’t be disappointed with this one!

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  14. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful

    Galesburg, IL

    Victorian Princess is a gorgeous flower and has huge blooms. The stem is very sturdy and stands straight up. The blooms are a very soft rosy pink and creamy petals and have a light dusting of sugar on the petals, and doesn’t fade out. I would have given it a 10, but my Victorian Princess is very tall, 30+ inches, instead of 22. I have the flower is a couple of different places in my garden, both tall. Gorgeous, Gorgeous blooms!!!

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