An elegant and heavy bloomer that deserves a prime spot in your garden. In midsummer, you'll enjoy an abundance of large, trumpet-shaped, creamy yellow flowers with extravagantly ruffed edges and lemon-yellow throats. Its grassy foliage adds beautiful texture to the perennial border. Hemerocallis 'Marquee Moon'
Planting InstructionsDig a hole large enough to accommodate the roots without bending them. Work soil in and around the roots with fingers, firm well and water thoroughly.
Winter CareMulch the first winter to prevent heaving of plants from the ground due to alternate freezing and thawing weather.
Flower FormLarge, single trumpet-shaped flowers edged with extravagant ruffling.
Foliage TypeGrass-like, long, linear, green. Foliage dies back in winter and stays dormant until spring.
Soil RequirementAdaptable to many well-drained soil conditions.
PruningRemove spent flower stems to keep plants attractive. Remove old foliage in late fall to keep the area clean. After flowering.
Unique CharactersticsA very heavy bloomer with extravagantly ruffled edges. Bold creamy yellow flowers with elegant ruffles are punctuated with lemon yellow throats. Grassy foliage adds beautiful texture to perennial borders.