Introduced: 1941
Height: 45"
Ploidy: Diploid
Habit: Semi Evergreen
Bloom time: Early Mid, Extended, Rebloom
Bloom size: Unknown
Bloom type: Single
Not Fragrant

In the introduction year, A.B. Stout described it as:
" In the flowers, which have a spread of about 4 inches, there is a broad conspicuous midzone of garnet-brown in each petal and a lesser one in each sepal; the outer half of the face of the flower is golden cadmium with tinges of red-fulvous which are slightly stronger in the sepals. Thus the pattern is strongly banded but different in tones from both the Mikado and Buckeye Daylilies. The scapes rise to 45 inches and are rather short-branching with flowers somewhat clustered. The season of bloom is mostly in late June. The plant is nearly evergreen but suffers only slightly from winter injury. "
( cited from: Journal of the New York Botanical Garden, 1941, vol. 42, p. 10-17 )