WILD HORSES

$39.99 each, 3 for $99.99

4.80 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
(5 customer reviews)
SKU: 4266

*7″ bloom, 37″ tall, Early + rebloom, Evergreen

It’s easy to see why this variety is a customer favorite! Large creamy-yellow blooms with a black-purple halo on tall scapes, ‘Wild Horses’ is one daylily you don’t want to let get away!

 

Bloom Patterns

Eyezone

Color

Pastel

Bloom Size

7″

Height

37″

Bloom Season

Early Season, Rebloom

Foliage Types

Evergreen

Hybridizer

Trimmer (1999)

Awards

Award of Merit 2006; Early Season Bloom Award 2006

More information (?)
Shipping Season March-October
Sun Exposure

Sun

Soil Type

Any with care

Bloom Period

June-July

Zone Range

3 to 9

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  1. Rated 4 out of 5
    Beautiful, but temperamental

    Kim (verified owner)

    I really like Wild Horses when it blooms. It has gorgeous color, but it has been temperamental for me. The first year I had one bloom, two years no blooms. I moved it last year and it rewarded me with several blooms. I’m hoping it will be happier with 14-hour middle TN sun and will bloom prolifically next year since it finally seems to be taking off.

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  2. Rated 5 out of 5
    Wild, Indeed!

    Elyce (Peterson) Cripps (verified owner)

    This was my first year with Wild Horses blooming and I love it! Such a unique daylily with tall, strong scapes! The eye zone is dark and lovely and you can really see one of it’s parents (tet. Cleopatra) clearly in this kid! IT also is a workhorse! This season in multiplied from about 5 fans to about 8. It’s forming a great clump! Love it!

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  3. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful

    Rated 5 out of 5
    Beautiful

    Frankie

    I bought my Wild Horses from another source before I found Oakes, so not sure if it’s acceptable to post a review or not. But these are such beautiful flowers, I’m going to take the risk.

    I planted the Wild Horses in spring of 2017. They were not nearly the size and quality of plants that I’ve received since from Oakes, but they lived. I cut off the few scapes they put out that spring because I wanted to give the plants a chance get established. In spring of 2018, I was rewarded with a multitude of scapes, buds and a few flowers….before the deer found them. They pretty well demolished the plants, but they have come back. I’m ready for the deer this year.

    These are big, gorgeous plants and flowers. Mine looked just like the photo here. I have very bad soil in that flower bed, but am hopeful the work I did in it last summer will show up in more blooms….and I have ordered all of my other daylilies from Oakes. The difference in the plants I’ve received from them and the other supplier is like night and day.

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  4. 8 out of 8 people found this helpful

    Rated 5 out of 5

    Yamei (verified owner)

    What is your hardiness zone? Zone 8

    It was planted in the flower bed 2 years ago. Many flowers and buds on tall stems it shows each year. This year it has 45 flowers on 6 stems. Flowers in My zone 8 garden are more beautiful and graceful then these pictures. It’s a champion in my daylily garden. Blooms in early spring for more than 3 weeks. Haven’t seen any rebloom yet, but still rank it the highest for the performance it does each year. It’s my favorite daylily always.

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  5. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful

    Rated 5 out of 5

    Omaha, NE

    This is a very rich cream with the dark purple throat. There are 18 buds to each stem and 5 stems to each plant. Even though we had a very severe winter, they were one of the first ones to come up. It’s the eye catching bloom for the yard that I was trying to find. The tall stems make it a standout over the others in the yard.

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