Double Trouble


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Daylily description

The daylily Double Trouble was hybridized by Webster in 1986. Double Trouble was hybridized by crossing (Red Tide × Chicago Fire). The color of Double Trouble can be described as dark bright red self with green chartreuse throat. It is a Tetraploid. It has a Double form. It blooms in (Midseason). It's flowers measure (4 in, (10 cm) ). It has a normal scape height of (24 in, (61 cm) ). It is Fragrant.

Daylily data

Hybridizer: Webster
Year: 1986
Color: dark bright red self with green chartreuse throat
Ploidy: Tetraploid
Parentage: (Red Tide × Chicago Fire)
Form: Double
Bloom Size: 4 in, (10 cm)
Bloom Season: Midseason
Scape Height: 24 in, (61 cm)
Foliage Type: Dormant
Fragrance: Fragrant
Seedling #: T DOU-R 5506

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