Hemerocallis 'Burgundy Summerbird'

  King Collection

Daylily

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Daylily

Hemerocallis 'Burgundy Summerbird'

  King Collection

The latest introduction of Marc King (2020); nocturnally-opening, fragrant; one of the class of Spatulate Unusual Forms. EM-ML, Sunfast dark colour. Branched scapes with well-spaced blossoms. Benefits from spring feeding and regular watering during dry spells.

flowering : 6-7 brown red yellow Burgundy
height : 40-50 cm
where to plant : full sun ⋄ sunny ⋄

Available from July
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where to plant Hemerocallis 'Burgundy Summerbird'

  • height: 40-50 cm
  • flowering: June - July
  • color: brown red yellow Burgundy
  • leaf color: green
  • scent: scented
  • habit: wide
  • growth: fast
  • level: easy
  • light: full sun sunny
  • moisture: moist
  • soil texture: normal
  • organic matter: high
  • winter zone: 5 [-25°C]
  • density: 3 - 5

Hemerocallis 'Burgundy Summerbird' in the garden

  • Suggested planting locations and garden types: gravel garden groundcover along path small garden pot wild garden planters bedding border

botanical information about Hemerocallis 'Burgundy Summerbird'

  • Botanical name: Hemerocallis 'Burgundy Summerbird'
  • Species: Hemerocallis
  • family: Liliaceae
  • Other names: daglelie - Daylily
  • synonyms: Hemerocallis 'Brick Spoons'
  • Breeder: Marc King
  • origin: hybrid

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