The daylily Peach Sangria was hybridized by Salter in 2015. Peach Sangria was hybridized by crossing (unknown × unknown). The color of Peach Sangria can be described as bright orange sherbet with a small orange rose eye and a serrated yellow gold edge, mostly double, but also occasionally throws single bloom in the early season, well branched scapes. It is a Tetraploid. It has a Double 75% form. It blooms in (Midseason,Rebloom). It's flowers measure (6 in, (15 cm) ). It has a normal scape height of (32 in, (81 cm) ).
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