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
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. Fragrant. A 2001
introduction from Tranquil Lake Nursery.
Very large yellow bitone with faint
yellow-brown dusting on edge of petals with green throat.
Among the finest large early yellows. Excellent substance and
spider-like form make this a top quality daylily.