Wild Horses Daylily

$49.99 each, 3 for $129.99

4.89 out of 5 based on 9 customer ratings
(9 customer reviews)

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*7″ bloom, 37″ tall, Early + rebloom, Evergreen

 

‘Wild Horses’ daylily is a customer favorite as well as a favorite of those of us here at Oakes Daylilies.  This striking daylily has large creamy-yellow blooms with a black-purple halo on tall scapes. This color color combination makes a stunning presence in the garden. Good rebloom means you’ll get to see these lovely blooms off and on throughout the season.

Watch a video about Wild Horses here

Click here to see all our reblooming daylilies

 

 


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Wild Horses Daylily Features:

‘Wild Horses’ daylily is a customer favorite as well as a favorite of those of us here at Oakes Daylilies.  This striking daylily has large creamy-yellow blooms with a black-purple halo on tall scapes. This color color combination makes a stunning presence in the garden.

Large blooms are 7″ and grow tall on scapes over 3′ in our East Tennessee garden. Good rebloom means you’ll get to see these lovely blooms off and on throughout the season.

An early season bloomer, we first begin to see the first blooms of the season around late May/early June. Thanks to good rebloom, it’s not unusual to still see blooms in July here in zone 7. If you are to our north, you’ll see it begin to bloom a few weeks after we do. If you are to our south, you’ll likely see it a couple weeks before us.

We think these big creamy blooms look outstanding when planted en masse, but they also look gorgeous when paired with other near white or dark daylilies. Stunning!

Wild Horses is an evergreen daylily. This means that those in planting zones 2-11 can enjoy it’s beauty.

Watch a video about Wild Horses here

Click here to see all our reblooming daylilies


Additional information

Awards

Award of Merit 2006; Early Season Bloom Award 2006

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Hybridizer

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Zone Range

3 to 9

HOW TO GROW DAYLILIES: Daylilies are very easy-to-grow. They like a lot of sun and they like a lot of water. For more information on how to care for daylilies, click here.
WHAT DAYLILIES CAN I GROW: Most of you can grow any of the daylilies we sell. If you live in an area with a sustained cold period like we do in East Tennessee, you can grow all the varieties. However, If you live in an area that doesn’t get freezing weather in the winter (like zones 9 and 10), dormant varieties won’t work for you; you’ll need to choose evergreen or semi-evergreen varieties.

BIG PLANTS! When it comes to daylily plants, bigger is better! All of the plants we ship will be three fans or larger — two or three times (or more) what you might receive from other companies. Larger plants get established faster and bloom more quickly!

FARM-FRESH TO YOU! All of your plants will be freshly dug when you order. The leaves are trimmed and the plants are washed and air-dried. Your daylilies will be out of the ground less than 48 hours before they’re headed your way.

BONUS DAYLILIES: We send free daylilies (we call them “bonus” daylilies) with every order. These daylilies are equal to about 20% of your order, you get to choose what you’d like at checkout.

ABOUT US: Oakes Daylilies is a family-owned daylily farm that’s been in business for three generations. Our daylilies grow in home gardens, city parks and botanical gardens across the nation– including Hawaii and Canada. We are known in the industry as Daylily Experts and grow over 1000 varieties of daylilies on nearly 70 acres in East Tennessee. But over 50 years ago, we started just like you—with one daylily in a home garden.

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  1. Beautiful, but temperamental

    Kim (verified owner)

    I really like Wild Horses when it blooms. It has gorgeous color, but it has been temperamental for me. The first year I had one bloom, two years no blooms. I moved it last year and it rewarded me with several blooms. I’m hoping it will be happier with 14-hour middle TN sun and will bloom prolifically next year since it finally seems to be taking off.

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