|Daylily "Rosie Meyer"|
Rosie is a Diploid and has no fragrance. Having said all that, Rosie is a bit of a disappointment in my garden. She starts out with some deformities but soon corrects plus has a low bud count. She is billed as a vigorous grower but I think because she is an "evergreen", it never really gets off the ground as it should in my Zone 5. I'm guessing. I'm told that shouldn't make a difference; I do know evergreen daylilies never perform as nicely as semi-evergreens and dormants in my garden.
|Daylily "Eenie Allegro"|
Even as a misfit, it's a beautiful little lily on about 14 inch scapes. At times the foliage is taller than the scapes which will hide the flowers a bit. It has a large bud count making for an extended bloom season.
|Daylily "Hello Sunshine"|
Hello is termed mid-season plus extended plus reblooming. Buying daylilies that claim "continuous" or "extended" is a good thing.
This flower is a Dormant, Diural, Tetraploid and VERY fragrant. The point of fragrant on a bloom that lasts only one day is to pass by it on a walk, station it close to a porch/patio or pick and bring inside. Purchased at Oakes Daylilies and introduced by Stamile in 1992.