Guadalajara


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Daylily description

The daylily Guadalajara was hybridized by Carpenter-J. in 2003. Guadalajara was hybridized by crossing (Desert Flame × Tet. Rose Red Ruffles). The color of Guadalajara can be described as very hot orange self. It is a Tetraploid. It has a Double 75% form. It has a bud count of 21. It blooms in (Midseason,Rebloom). It's flowers measure (5.5 in, (14 cm)). It has 4 branches. It has a normal scape height of (22 in, (56 cm)). It is Fragrant.

Daylily data

Hybridizer:Carpenter-J.
Year:2003
Color:very hot orange self
Ploidy:Tetraploid
Parentage:(Desert Flame × Tet. Rose Red Ruffles)
Form:Double 75%
Bud Count:21
Bloom Size:5.5 in, (14 cm)
Bloom Season:Midseason,Rebloom
Branches:4
Scape Height:22 in, (56 cm)
Foliage Type:Semi-Evergreen
Fragrance:Fragrant
Seedling #:02P31T