By Kraus – 1949

This historic daylily can be difficult to find.  It is an early-mid season blooming dormant diploid that grows to 30, inches with a 5 inch flower that has narrow petals.  The petals are a gorgeous blended peachy-pink color with a rosy eye zone that is more blended, and not clearly defined and a gold throat. It was developed mid-century by University of Chicago botany professor Ezra Kraus. It is a vigorous plant with a heavy bud set.