Bama Bound Daylily

OK, so by now I don't have to tell you how much I love daylilies, right? Without a doubt, I think that daylilies are the perfect perennial. But, some of the darker colored daylilies can have a little (tiny) flaw ... they tend to fade in the sun and by the end of the day (or sometimes earlier, if the sun is really intense) they might not look as vibrant and bright as they did in the morning.

Hemerocallis 'Bama Bound' is a dark daylily that doesn't fade from the sun as much as other dark daylilies can. It is a striking deep red daylily that tends to keep it's color all day. Morning to night, Bama Bound is a beautiful, dark flower that will add tons of drama to your garden.

Bama Bound has dark red (almost purple) velvety petals with a bright yellow throat and ruffled edges. It is sun fast and gets to be about 24 inches tall with a spread of 18-24 inches. Bama Bound is a fragrant daylily and easily attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. This daylily blooms in mid summer with 5 inch flowers and is hardy in zones 3-9.

Here are a few photos of Bama Bound in my gardens...

Hemerocallis Bama Bound

Dark Red Daylily - Bama Bound

Daylilies in the Garden - Bama Bound

Bright Red Daylilies

Bama Bound Daylilies Growing in Garden

Jul 13 2013
Posted in: Daylilies, Flowers

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