The daylily Bandit Bay was hybridized by Salter-E.H. in 2009. Bandit Bay was hybridized by crossing (unknown × unknown). The color of Bandit Bay can be described as bright golden with a dark triangular raisin plum eye and a slight edge, above a small olive green heart . It is a Tetraploid. It blooms in (Early-Midseason,Rebloom). It's flowers measure (2.75 in, (7 cm)). It has a normal scape height of (19 in, (48 cm)).