(Lambertson, 2006)

  • height 30in (76cm)
  • bloom 6.5in (16.5cm)
  • season M
  • Rebloom
  • Semi-Evergreen
  • Tetraploid
  • 24 buds
  • 4 branches

Light cream amber with soft rose eye and edge outlined with gold teeth and tenacles above green throat. (sdlg × Flying Saucer Blues)

More details

By buying this product you can collect up to 15 loyalty points. Your cart will total 15 loyalty points that can be converted into a voucher usable on your next purchase of $3.00.

Add to wishlist

Data sheet

Bloom SeasonMiddle
Foliage HabitSemi-Evergreen
RebloomYes per hybridizer

More info

BED OF NAILS is a wild, oddly different toothy and tentacled daylily. This flower looks different in its presentation every day from looking triangular and almost formal to appearing wild, floppy, twisted and turned. BED OF NAILS is very large, starting out at over 7" and settling down to 6.5". The light cream amber petals and sepals are accented with a soft rose eye & edge with wild white to gold spikes, horns, teeth and tentacles. 4-way branching and 24 buds. Fertile both ways. Wild and weird kids! 

Per Hybridizer


Path: > > BED OF NAILS Daylily