This is not just another Daylily. First, it’s been in gardens for years. Gardens in Europe. Prized for its’ late bloom time, small gentle flowers and engaging height. It’s a plant with character. You don’t plant this in masses, just place 3 to 4 in a group and drift 3 to 4 groups through your garden. Looks nice mixed with Parthenium integrifolium and Echinacea Magnus. In your garden, think more about composition of plants! It’s all about placement.