Introduced: 1956
Height: 30"
Ploidy: Diploid
Habit: Dormant
Bloom time: Unknown
Bloom size: Unknown
Bloom type: Single
Not Fragrant

In the introduction year, A.B. Stout described it as:
" All of these clones have foliage that is dormant or semi-dormant, and all have proved fully hardy.
Four of these clones have small full-petaled flowers (figures 1, 2, and 3) mostly two to two and a half inches in spread. These clones differ in stature, in periods of bloom, and especially in the flower coloring.
The 'Candelabrum' daylily has scapes about thirty inches tall, and the flower pedicels are somewhat stiffly spreading. The throat of the flowers is golden-yellow, and there is a conspicuous mid-zone that is almost maroon in shade. Its margin is blended with the lighter but rich color of the outer portion of the petals. The period of bloom in the writer's garden has been in early June. "
( cited from: The Garden Journal, 1956, vol. 6, p. 9-11 )