Daylilly Display Garden  

The West Bend Labyrinth Garden is honored to be an American Hemerocallis Society Display Garden.

Hemerocallis is the scientific name for daylilies, derived from Greek words for “beauty” and “day.”  Each daylily flower is open for only one day.

Display Gardens were started as a way to expose the public to a wide variety of modern daylilies well suited for the area.  The Labyrinth Garden’s daylily collection is moving towards highlighting daylilies from regional hybridizers.  These flowers are more than pretty faces, they survive our winters!

‘Carrick Wildon’
Goldner, 1987​

scape height  34 in, (86 cm)

bloom size  7.5 in, (19 cm)

bloom season  Midseason-Late

 

ploidy  Tetraploid

foliage type  Dormant

bloom habit  Extended

 
Color: yellow red blend with orange tips and yellow throat