Thankfully, I have a few clumps of late season daylilies scattered around the garden, but their days are definitely numbered with only a few buds left to open … a reminder that the garden will soon be making its transition from being a summer garden to an autumn garden.
I think that this variety might be called “Autumn Accent”, but I am not positive about the appellation. Does anyone know “Autumn Accent” well enough to confirm or refute this? Thank you for any help. Have a lovely day!
Nice picture no matter what daylily it is. There are so many named varieties it gets difficult to keep track. Here is a link to the AHS description.
and the color and size can vary with different locations or weather.
Thank you for the info, John. I’ve been looking on-line and some of the photos tagged “Autumn Accent” look like my daylilies, others don’t at all.
Daylily identification is often iffy. Mostly because of too much information and not all of it being consistent. Then again there is the local variation in the plant. Sometimes there is no sure answer.
… plus with so very many varieties, there are quite a few there are very similar.
Your flower is lovely – gorgeous deep colors!