(Rice, J + A, 2014)
34” tall and 6” flowers, 2-3 branches with 15-18 buds, midseason.
Butter yellow selfand a sculpted cristate with ~ 60% of the flowers having extra material on the petals.
All sexual parts remain intact in contrast to a double daylily where the extra material is formed from anthers and/or the pistol.
Petals are rimmed with fine sawtooth fringing.
The sepals are noticeably longer than the petals.
Pollen fertile, makes some pods.
Dormant, nocturnal, fragrant, tetraploid.
This flower works extra overtime to impress you with lots of ruffling and fringes.