|'Ruby My Dear': Red with a yellow throat, late, 28 inches (Craig and Mary Barnes, 2011)|
|'Augie Lombard': Red blend, very late, 31 inches (Bell, 1991)|
|'Caroline No': Red-orange with a red band above a yellow-green throat, late, 36 inches (Craig and Mary Barnes 2008)|
|'Challenger': Warm brick red with gold midribs, late midseason to late, 72 inches (Stout, 1949); Mary Barnes noted that it was blooming beautifully in an area with half sun|
|'Poinsettia': Orange-red spider, mid-season to late, 36 inches (Stout, 1953)|
'Princess Irene' is a great orange (see my previous post), and it was in bloom at Slate Hill Farm last weekend, too.
Old House Gardens is selling two other beautiful late daylilies, 'August Pioneer' and 'Black Friar.' Have you seen them?
Good luck! I think I may go back and buy a 'Challenger' this weekend. It really stood out to me. I'll also be on the lookout for more fiery orange daylilies for you . . .