daylilies with brown, tan and copper flowers that are listed below are
in good supply. We have smaller numbers of many other brown, tan and
copper flowered daylilies. We ship healthy double-fan divisions or
clumps (4-5 fans), unless other-wise indicated. Occasionally, low stock
varieties and some new introductions will be shipped as single fans.
Our guarantee still applies.
used, in sequence:
- Flower size
Dormant (foliage goes totally brown in early winter)
Extra early blooming
- Late midseason
- 4-5 fans
- Semi-evergreen ( may retain a small portion of
green foliage during winter)
- Early blooming
M. - Honorable Mention
- Evergreen ( reacts the same as Semi-evergreen here in the
- Early midseason
C. - Junior Citation of American Hemerocallis Society
2001 introduction is a beguiling blackish purple with a near-black eye
and gold throat. The color changes through the day becoming
burnished with red copper highlights above the black eyezone.
Perhaps the Celtic wizard’s dark side came into play to help create this dark, nearly black-red flower. Truly, our most sunfast black-red we grow and in a perfect season to showcase its height and color in the waning days of many summer gardens. A 5 ⅛” dark flower with a darker velvety eyezone over a yellow-green throat that has a pleasing flower form and very good foliage. Special for color and season, this daylily is held high above the other perennials in the border and easy to match up against the contrasting ‘hot’ colors of August. Introduced by Tranquil Lake Nursery in 2006.
OUTRAGEOUS RAMONA (N. Barth) 32", D., M.L., 9" (T) $18.00
This eye-catching 9" flower is a bronze-banded bitone of yellow and light bronze with a strong yellow throat. Petals have light ruffling and a raised white midrib. This strong growing spider variant is a colorful addition to the late summer garden.