|Oh goody. My new daylilies came the day before yesterday and I planted them yesterday. I got them from Paradise Garden. The were shipped from one of their suppliers, Oakes Daylilies. Both are located in Corryton, TN. I suspect they are owned by the same folks. The P.O. boxes are only one apart.I am completely satisfied. Each daylily had a minimum of 5 fans. One even had 10 if you count the new growth. They came with plenty of tubers and were in excellent shape. The were shipped within a week of placing my order. My credit card wasn’t charged until the order shipped. They even sent me a bonus daylily.The first (l to r, top to bottom) daylily is Mico. It’s a gold spider variant with 10 inch blooms 1I can hardly wait and a height of 44 inches. 2This will replace Chloe, a tall lavendar daylily that never got above 10 inches here in FlordiaThe second is White Temptation. This will be my first white daylily ever. It has 5 inch blooms on 32 inch tall scapes.
The third is Rosie Meyer. Red is my favorite daylily color. Rosie will join Baja, Red Volunteer, and Sultan’s Warrior, all reds. Rosie has 5 inch blooms on 32 inch tall scapes.
They also sent a bonus daylily. I was completely surprised. Chamonix is a rose pink daylily with 6 inch blooms on 30 inch scapes.
I’m as happy as a clam. 😀 😀 😀
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|1.||↑||I can hardly wait|
|2.||↑||This will replace Chloe, a tall lavendar daylily that never got above 10 inches here in Flordia|