*MANGO CHUTNEY (Mason, M. 2006) tet Dor 26" M 6"
Mango Chutney Although the name implies a "seasoning" or perhaps an extra dab of something, this daylily is a workhorse in the garden. It begins blooming in mid-July, and carries through til the third week in August, thanks to a big bud count, and even some rebloom. Pastel apricot with a strawberry halo and a bubbly ruffled orange edge, 3-4 way branching and 25+ buds. Easily fertile both ways, and easy opening. (Summer Blush x Sherry Lane Carr)

MANGO CHUTNEY received an
A.H.S. Honorable Mention Award in 2010


Mango Chutney