Hemerocallis ‘Hint of Blue’ (Hint of Blue daylily)

Height: 22-25 inches
Spread: 12-18 inches
Light: Full to part sun
Soil: Average to poor soil is fine. Very drought tolerant once established.
Description: A Gage Carpenter hybrid, 1990. Strappy, grass-like foliage forms thick clumps over time. Flowers are grape-lavender with green throats and a thin white line down each petal. Fragrant! Blooms late spring – early summer. Reblooms sporadically throughout the summer/early fall. Trim back spent flower stalks and old foliage to promote fresh growth. An easy-going, high impact, low-maintenance plant.


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