Apricot Daylily (Hemerocallis) A heirloom Daylily hybridized in 1893. Has yellow-orange flowers.
|Plant Type||Perennials Hardy|
|Flowers||orange-yellow medium with markings, bitone, or polychrome, early. Stout describes it as cadmium yellow|
|Dimensions||30-32 inches tall|
|Cultivar Origin||A cross between flava × H. middendorffii by George Yield 1893|
|Misc Facts||One of the first hybrid Daylily that there is a definite record. Has a dormant life cycle.|
|Author's Notes||Refer to Daylily ABCs for additional cultural information on Daylilies.|
|Notes & Reference||#118-Daylilies (AB Stout), #246-American Hemerocallis Society|