LADY GEORGIA
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Additional Information
Bloom PeriodJune-July
Shipping SeasonMarch-October
Sun ExposureSun
Soil TypeAny with care
Height30.0 in.
Bloom Size5.0 in.
Zone Range3 to 9

LADY GEORGIA

* 5" bloom, 30" tall, Early-Mid Season, Semi-Evergreen

Masses of peach - a prolific bloomer with excellent dark green foliage.
Price $5.95 each, 3 for $15.95, 6 for $29.95
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  • July 29, 2013 StarStarStarStarStarStarStarStarStarStar 10
    centralia, IL — This lily is OUTSTANDING!!! Its been in my garden for a couple years now, always full of blooms. Its a hardy and drought tolerant. Southern Illinois had a horrible drought in 2012 I had to carry water to everything if I waned it to live. This lily even in those conditions put on a beautiful show...made me happy to carry water to it every day. This year its like that never happened just gorgeous bloomed for an entire month.
  • June 6, 2013 StarStarStarStarStarStarStarStarStarStar 10
    Plano, TX — I have taken masses of pictures of my Lady Georgias, and pictures just don't do her justice. I have a mass planting in between our back yard fence and driveway, and every time I drive down our alley and see her in full bloom, it brings me joy. The orange sherbet/creamsicle color is just beautiful. Highly recommend.
  • June 6, 2012 StarStarStarStarStarStarStarStarStarStar 10
    Asheville, NC — On a scale of 1-10, I give Lady Georgia a twelve 'n a half. I'm not sure how many types of daylily I have, but it's a whole bunch -- best guess, between 40 and 50 -- so although I can't say Lady Georgia is my favorite (I don't have a clear-cut favorite) I can say it ranks wayyyy up there. (Incidentally, the photos on Oakes site don't do Lady Georgia full justice, no offense to the photographer). And when I say "favorite," I don't mean just the flower, I mean overall quality and hardiness -- quality of foliage, strength and height of scapes, bud count, how fast it spreads and, of course, the flower as well.
  • July 29, 2011 StarStarStarStarStarStarStarStarStarStar 10
    Watertown, MA — Gorgeousl! Tons and tons of big, beautiful flowers the color of cantaloupe. These are one of my absolute favorites!
  • June 21, 2010 StarStarStarStarStarStarStarStarStar 9
    New Tazewell, TN — This is my second year with Lady Georgia, and she is lovlier this year than last. The blooms are just like the ones pictured with many many blooms on each scape. Wonderful bloomer!
  • February 9, 2009 StarStarStarStarStarStarStarStarStarStar 10
    ST. CLAIR SHORES, MI — This wonderful daylily bloomed for me in 2008 and I was just proud to have her in my garden. She gets partial shade but proud she stands and says "LOOK AT ME I AM BEAUTIFUL". This daylily is a workhorse and beautiful to boot! When she finally stopped blooming I was sad but now I look forward to spring 2009. I will see her emerge again. TP
  • July 16, 2008 StarStarStarStarStarStarStarStarStarStar 10
    bristol, TN — Absolutely wonderful! Stops me in my tracks everytime I walk in the garden. Very big and cheerful looking ! I ran out of room last fall when my order arrived and ended up sticking it in a spot near my peach tree.A big NO NO for some varieties. But it doesn,t care about the partial shade; it's blooming away happily anyway!
  • January 17, 2008 StarStarStarStarStarStarStarStarStarStar 10
    Goodlettsville, TN — How can you go wrong with this gorgeous bloom at such a great price! Many blooms and so beautiful and bright. Received another as a gift at the daylily festival last year and now have it in a bed on the other side of the garden. Love this very rewarding daylily.
  • June 3, 2006 StarStarStarStarStarStarStarStarStarStar 10
    The Villages, FL — I planted some of these last year at our old house. We moved in March and now every time I drive by, I see that they are gorgeous! They are so lush and sturdy! We have had very little rain this spring and the new homeowners are away, so the garden gets little care. I want some for my new garden!

    Judy Bonn