This is an extremely stable dwarf daylily. The striking green and white striped leaves are best produced under shade conditions. The leaves will produce more of a green and yellow contrast when in full sun. The clear golden-yellow cluster of flowers appear on very short stems through the summer. This may be planted in mass for a vivid display of color, or mixed into a diverse perennial border. Each lily-like flower opens up for only one day, hence the common name.
We’ve got these at Falling Water Gardens in one gallon pots for $15.