Hemerocallis 'Purple D'Oro'

Lavender-purple blooms with a yellow throat on 24" stems. It is a very reliable re-bloomer with its first flush in early summer repeating through late summer.
Item #
4145
Keywords
DAYLILY, PURPLE D'ORO
Zone
3

Hemerocallis 'Purple D'Oro'


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Lavender-purple blooms with a yellow throat on 24" stems. It is a very reliable re-bloomer with its first flush in early summer repeating through late summer.

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