I have a varigated Hemerocallis that is four years old and this year some of the new fans are coming up solid white. (It is actually five years old this Spring.) This is the first year it has ever sent out solid white fans. They have always been varigated like the mother plant.
I have read where most varigateds turn back to solid green in time; but haven't read anything about them turning solid white. Has anyone else had them turn white?
It has never bloomed before, so don't know what color the blooms will be. It has grown to full size with fans large enough to bloom so I'm hoping it will bloom this year.
I would appreciate any information about this daylily anyone can offer.
It's very striking in my flower beds and get's a lot of attention from everyone who see's it.