Trahlyta is a bit of chameleon. The colour of the outer petals seems to be dependent on temperature. During cool weather the colour is grey-violet, and plum-purple at higher temperatures. The chevroned eyezone seems to be a constant dark plum-purple. In hot summers an orangish watermark can sometimes be detected between the eyezone and throat colours.
This very fragrant daylily flowers in mid-season on 30" scapes, above evergreen foliage.