Hemerocallis 'Alabama Jubilee'
7" striking, deep fluorescent red-orange bloom has a brighter red halo and greenish throat. Sturdy scapes over pest-resistant foliage are loaded with buds. Blooms hold up in heat and humidity. Fragrant. Tetraploid. Early to midseason.
Plants prefer full sun to light shade and fertile, moist, well-drained soils, but they will tolerate both drier and wetter soils.
Individual blooms last for a single day, but lots of buds keep them blooming for an extended period.
Characteristics & Attributes
Homeowner Growing & Maintenance Tips
Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Tolerant of coastal conditions and clay soil. Cut back after blooming to within 3"-6" of the ground for better foliage and to encourage reblooming. Divide every three to four years to maintain vigor.