Hemerocallis ‘Elizabeth Salter’

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USDA Hardiness zone: Zn4b -20º to -25ºF

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Hemerocallis ‘Elizabeth Salter’

Billed as a re-blooming Day lily it really does. Huge, opulent coral pink flowers to 4″ across open for weeks in midsummer. Compact growing cultivar to 30″ tall and forming a clump as wide. Amazingly soft flower color. Very showy in bloom. Huge flowers rise just above the foliage. I’ve had some re-bloom at the end of summer in rich, well drained soil with regular summer water. Drought adapted though and little water will likely not result in re-bloom. Semi-evergreen variety. Easy, long lived spectacular day lily for borders, general landscapes. The flowers are sweet and edible.

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