'Bela Lugosi' Day Lily Plant
The dusky purple petals of 'Bela Lugosi' arise from lime-green throats whose color bleeds eerily into a greenish gold center. It seems to suit this Daylily's namesake, the Hungarian actor best known for his role as Count Dracula. Thanks to a vigorous habit, good bud count on well-branched stalks, and a dark flower color that lasts well in sun, this tetraploid, mid-season bloomer has garnered awards from the American Hemerocallis Society. The slightly ruffled flowers measure about 6in across. Semi-evergreen foliage.
One of the hardiest plants for your landscape or garden you'll ever find, plant these beauties in full sun for full enjoyment of their unique foliage and blooms. Tolerant to many insects, diseases, extremely wet ground, and drought conditions, perennial Daylilies reward you with both a spring and fall season of blooms! Enjoy the "spider plant" unique looking foliage before and after the day lily completes its' blooming cycle!