Hemerocallis North Wind Drifter (Daylily)

Hemerocallis North Wind Drifter - (Schaben, 2001) - A big and tall lavender pink beauty with contrasting white edge. Bloom diameter 8.5". Scape height 44". Diploid. Mid season boom. Unusual form crispate. Dormant foliage. Family: Liliaceae  

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Hemerocallis North Wind Drifter (Daylily) 1

Author : Frank Richards
Photo # : 33598
Online since: September 28th 2019


File size : 6.45 MB
Width : 3600 Pixels
Height : 3113 Pixels
Price : USD 50,00 $


File size : 617 KB
Width : 1000 Pixels
Height : 865 Pixels
Price : USD 20,00 $

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