Daylily: Friends with Benefits*

Hybridizer: Owen, P.
Year of Intro: 2010
Ploidy: Diploid
Bloom Size: 8.00 in.
Scape Height: 32.00 in.
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Basic Attributes:

blooms late-season, 4 branches, 24 bloom count, pod fertile, pollen fertile, dormant.

The pod-parent is Starlight Galaxy
The pollen-parent is (Concorde Nelson x Pink Super Spider)


Large, "open form" flowers are indeed my personal faves in the garden... they really offer good "foundation" when gazing from afar. This particular flower really fills this duty, with a VERY large green waxy throat... which repeats so perfectly on the sepals. The hot deep pink color of the flower is clean and fresh looking, especially during the late season. The overall look is quite balanced... and stately... in the garden! Being a very late bloomer... it adds a LOT of great structural color, at a time when most others have finished up for the year. Great too, is that with great branching (lateral branches even bifurcate/split!)... you're assured a long-lasting show!

Great parent, too... evident with "Chromatose" (Owen, 2016)!

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