A big, bold eye of plum-purple with a matching ruffled picotee edge stands out against the pale creamy lavender blushed petals. An AHS award winner.
Hemerocallis Gator Eye, a tetraploid, was selected for its abundant blossoms and hardiness in a variety of climates and soils. Drought tolerant once established. Each Hemerocallis flower unfolds for a day – thus the common name – only to be replaced the next day with a fresh, beautiful blossom, providing weeks of gorgeous color.