As a mature clump this plant stands out in the garden. It has a large 5.75" flower on 2-3 way branching with a good bud count of 15. The flower is a lemon yellow self with a wine eye and a green yellow throat. There are touches of a narrow wine edge on the petals as well as a delicate crimped edge. It is easily pod and pollen fertile and is a very hardy dormant, recovering well from early fall division. (El Desperado x Dragon Flight) This daylily is named to honour my good friend and past present of the Nova Scotia Association of Garden Cubs, Don Butler, for his contribution promoting landscape gardening in Nova Scotia. $16DF (Double Fan).
- 30 inches
- Dormant (deciduous)