Judith flowers

14 Feb

In the deep midwinter, visions of gardens dance in my head.   And there is Judith!

Hemerocallis “Judith” (1977)

from Oakes Daylilies

Hydridizer Harris (1977)
Bloom Period:  June-July
Shipping Season:  March-October
Sun Exposure:  Sun
Soil Type:  Any with care
Height:  26.0 in.
Bloom Size:  5.5 in.
Highest Award:  All-American Daylily Selection
Zone Range:  3 to 9

  • May 15, 2010 StarStarStarStarStarStarStarStarStarStar 10
    St Ignace, MI — I love this plant. Judith is impressive both with the number of blooms produced and with the way she multiplies each year. Great addition to any garden.
  • February 11, 2009 StarStarStarStarStarStarStarStarStarStar 10
    Fairfield, WA — Judith is truly a Lady. She’s not a “wallflower”. She struts her stuff and makes you pay attention. I really enjoyed her profusion of perfect pink petals.
  • April 16, 2004 StarStarStarStarStarStarStarStarStarStar 10
    Laurens, SC — I planted six of these daylilies last year because I fell in love with the beautiful pink blooms, and my first name is Judith. This daylily does well in the soil here, as well as in the lower part of SC. I gave one of these daylilies to my dad, whose garden soil is much more sandy than in this area. I highly recommend this daylily to everyone who enjoys large, lovely vivid pink blooms in their gardens!
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