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South Seas Daylily

South Seas Daylily

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Coral Reefs at HomeDaylily South Seas - Hemerocallis South Seas is a new Designer Daylily with a totally unique coral pink color.- This bright color gets our attention every time we see it in the garden - and no daylily quite compares to it.The pinkish coral 5- flowers have a deeper red-coral band above a small yellow-green throat. - Each heavily ruffled flower has a slight gold edge that becomes more prominent as the day progresses.South Seas is considered a -Designer- daylily because it has been selected as a highly performing plant with exceptional bloom performance - substantive - vibrantly colored flowers - complete winter hardiness in northern zones - and a vigorous habit.Daylilies are some of the easiest plants to grow and are a good choice for any gardener. They will grow in almost any soil and prefer full sun. - Use for mass plantings - edging - in borders or in mixed containers and tubs.- Planted together in large numbers - they quickly crowd out weeds and make a carefree and colorful ground cover. - Daylilies can survive many harsh conditions that other plants cannot including. polluted city environments - slopes - poor and dry soils - near pavement that is salted in winter - and under Black Walnut trees - not affected by juglone -.The well-branched scapes on this daylily are loaded with 30+ buds each for many weeks of enjoyment. - South Seas is a very good grower with stunning color - and all-around excellent daylily.* Large- 5- Coral- Booms* Grows Anywhere* Attracts Butterflies

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