Hemerocallis ‘Zarahemla’

Plant Name: Hemerocallis ‘Zarahemla’

Virtues: Hemerocallis ‘Zarahemla’ is compact, 20 to 22 inches in height. Also, it has repeat blooms and performs well in multiple zones.

Bloom color: Pink-mauve with a magenta eye and thin veining.

Leaf/Foliage: Medium green, somewhat erect, semi-evergreen rust-resistant foliage.

Goes great with: Spirit ‘Apple Blossom’ cleome and Patriot ‘Dove Wings’ lantana.

Habit: Grows in a tidy mound.

Season: Blooms early to mid season and tends to re-bloom.

Suggested by: Jack and Jo Roberson of American Daylily and Perennials (http:// www.americandaylily.com).

Where does it come from: Bred by Jack Roberson and introduced by American Daylily.

Tips: Plant in the spring (USDA hardiness zones 3-6) and fall (zones 7-10).

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