Red and Yellow Daylily Black Eyed Susan | Bare Root Hemerocallis Plant
his vibrant daylily may remind you of elementary school pencils; the petals are that same shade of golden yellow, but are accented with orange throats and bold maroon markings. A high bud count and strong reblooming behavior win Black Eyed Susan high praise and the exceptionally long blooming period, even in northern gardens, is what wins fans across the country. Tetraploid Black Eyed Susan was bred by Don Stevens, a respected member of the daylily breeders elite group and the namesake of the American Hemerocallis (daylily) Society's Stevens Award for eyed or color banded daylilies.
Plant Daylily Black Eyed Susan with the velvety red Daylily Bama Bound for a dramatic appeal all summer long!
Plant so top of root mass is level with the soil surface
Once sprouted, daylilies need 1" of rain/irrigation per week.
Full sun to partial shade
Daylily Black Eyed SusanBotanical Name:
Hemerocallis Black Eyed SusanExposure:
Full sun to light shadeHardiness:
Yellow petals with a bold wine red eyezoneBloom Season:
Mid to late summer, rebloomsBulb/Plant Size:
2-3 fan plantsNumber: