Plant Patent #18,538. American Perennial Diva, Stephanie Cohen, has been given the honor of having this delightful little daylily named after her. A hardy, everblooming beauty, it's uniquely colored, boasting a bicolor blend of peachy pink, ruffled petals with a thin, purple eye, a dazzling yellow throat, and deep rose-purple sepals. It needs no maintenance to bloom almost continuously from early summer into fall.
'Stephanie's Return' is a short, sweet daylily that stands only 14-16" high, with a width of 14-16," making it a great choice for most any location. Bred by Dr. Darrel Apps.
Like all Daylilies, 'Stephanie's Return' is extremely easy to grow. Find a location with plenty of sunshine and good soil drainage, and the battle is nearly won! It slowly spreads over time, asking only to be divided every few years.
Impervious to heat, humidity, drought, cold, deer, poor soil, and most pests and diseases, Hemerocallis are among the most adaptable of all perennials. They make fine companions to Narcissus, the strap-like foliage concealing the dying Daffodil foliage, and also combine beautifully with Tall Bearded Iris, which bloom just before them, in most climates. Zones 4-8.