(Rice, A + J, 2008)
Named after John Rice’s sister, KATHERINE MARIN has been an exceptional daylily from the moment it first bloomed. This large, pristine flower has a beautifully ruffled form. The petals have a distinctive cherry pink coloring with wide, creamy-gold edges. The 6 inch flowers are borne on strong 33 inch scapes having 3 to 4 branches. Each branch has 5 to 7 buds. KATHERINE MARIN is a vigorous plant which has consistently proven hardy through all of our harsh Kentucky winters and droughty summers. SEV. Tet.