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Hemerocallis ‘Mary Todd’   

An award-winning variety that should be in every garden. 6”, ruffled, golden yellow tetraploid flowers appear early to mid-season on 26" robust stems. 

    Common Name:Daylily
    Hardiness Zones:3-9
    Deer Resistant:No
Growing Tips: Easily adaptable to various growing conditions.

About Hemerocallis: Daylilies do well as companion plants in the garden. They are outstanding for mass planting or alone as an accent. Dwarf varieties are perfect for rock gardens, the front of the border and containers. Tall varieties work well mid to back of the border and in most garden settings. Available in an endless selection of colors, patterns, shapes, heights and blooms, there's one to fit most gardens. Attracts butterflies.