blooms early to mid-season, reblooms, 3-4 branches, 18-24 bloom count, pod fertile, pollen fertile, dormant.
The pod-parent is (Midwest Majesty x Pink Super Spider)The pollen-parent is Lady Fingers
"What a fun Party Girl!"... is exactly what I said when this plant started
blooming it's first mature year! There was immediately no doubt who
I should include in the name... my friend Maureen Faber, of Michigan! The
girl is a real go-getter... she just never stops! This flower, as much
like her as I could possibly get, is mesmerizing shade of DEEP saturated lemon yellow... with a huge waxy green throat that extends well out onto all
it's segments. The overall effect is a cheek-smackin' "wake up" from the
garden! Oh yes... I think I found a good namesake for that wonderful
Indeed, this is NOT your "Grandma's Diploid Daylily"... with such rebloom,
and up to 5-way branching! Great scapes for exhibitions, winning blue ribbons in the "extra large" category all over the country. Bloom is different every time, and as large as 12". Fragrant, to boot! I snapped a shot while walking by a display area of this hottie in 2013... not the best pic, but you can at least get the "intensity" of her!
Great breeder for cool UF's as well... such as "Knickers in a Twist" (Owen,
2013), and "Pom Squad" (Owen, 2016).