Hemerocallis 'Stoke Poges'

A stalwart of the perennial border, Stoke Poges continuously flowers between June and July.

The delicately fragrant apricot-pink 4.5" flowers are dramatically offset by the darker red eye, and the lighter shaded creamy-pink midribs and sepals give Stoke Poges an almost starry look.

The flowers stand 24" above the foliage, which will die down in winter. This daylily should be divided every 2 to 3 years to maintain good flower production.