This daylily is named to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Eastern Shore Garden Club in Nova Scotia. The flower on this daylily is very nice but the plant habit is fantastic. Most of the flower scapes have 6-7 way branching and over 25 buds on each scape. That makes for a big bouquet of very big flowers on the established clumps. It begins blooming in the mid-season and continues blooming for 4-6 weeks making for a long period of blooms. It is registered as a semi-evergreen but has been a hardy plant in my garden even during harsher winters. The light wine eye and edge show up well against the dusty rose petals. The petal edges exhibit crimping and to a lesser extent it is evident on the sepals too. It is a cross between my 2018 introduction 'Quasar Caught Dining' and 'Clarification'. This daylily is not available for sale as all extra plants will go to the Eastern Shore Garden Club members to grow.
- 35 inches