This grower is sure of this plant identification.
Unusual form with slender recurved greyed lavender/purple flowers, distinctive darker purple eyezone and midribs, yellow/green blurred throat, extremely unusual and attractive colouring,blooms prolifically over a long period, fast increaser.
Breeder Margo Reed 1997, semi evergreen, 2ft 2inch, 51/2inch flowers.
Rarely seen for sale daylily by one of my favourite hybridisers :-)
Hemerocallis genus (Day lily). These are perennials and some are semi-evergreen or evergreen. There are about 14 species but many thousands of cultivars have been produced. They are grown for their showy, often fragrant flowers which bloom in a vibrant range of colours. The individual blooms will only last for a day, which makes it vital to dead-head them regularly to extend flowering. Fully hardy. Does best in full sun and fertile, moist soil. Slug and snail control is essential in early spring when the young foliage first appears.