By Wilson 1983
A spider daylily that looks a little different almost every time each time it opens because of the way it twists and curls. This semi-evergreen diploid holds 6 inch flowers on top of tall 3 foot scapes that are strong enough to stand up without staking. The flower has a spider ratio of 4.4:1 and the color is difficult to explain starting from the center there is a wide yellow throat and the smaller petals are this same color. The large upper petals are slightly wider and gradually fade from apricot to orange to dark red.
Parentage: (Sdlg. X FERRIS WHEEL)$12.00