A picture of a Day Lily 'Crimson Pirate'

Day Lily 'Crimson Pirate'

Hemerocallis 'Crimson Pirate'

Also known as

Daylily 'Crimson Pirate', Midseason Daylily

Photo by Roosie (All rights reserved)

Full Sun
Moderate watering
Frost Hardy

7a

USDA zone

-18°C

Minimum temperature

Expected size

Height
Spread

1m

Max

60cm

50cm

Min

10cm

5 years to reach maturity

Flowering

  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

More images of Day Lily 'Crimson Pirate'

Some red Hemerocallis 'Crimson Pirate' flowers and green foliage
Some bright red and orange Hemerocallis 'Crimson Pirate' flowers growing in a garden
Some bright red and orange Hemerocallis 'Crimson Pirate' flowers growing in a garden

Day Lily 'Crimson Pirate' Overview

Hemerocallis 'Crimson Pirate' is a deciduous perennial cultivar that grows to approximately 30cm high, producing bicoloured red-orange flowers similar in appearance to those of lilies, with petals arranged in multiples of three. These are around 10cm wide with red petals and yellow throats, they do not tend to last longer than 24 hours, hence the common name daylily. Foliage is straight in shape and arches gracefully. This cultivar grows with a clumping habit, spreading through the use of underground rhizomes, it has a maximum spread of around 50cm. Grows well in full or partial sunshine, in moist, well-draining soil. This plant is considered fairly easy to grow, withstanding mild heat stress through good drought tolerance, it can grow in most climates but needs regular watering in the summer for the foliage to look its best. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies.

Common problems with Day Lily 'Crimson Pirate'

How to propagate Day Lily 'Crimson Pirate'

Division

Division in autumn or spring.

Seed

Cultivators raised from seed will not come true to type, species may come true if grown in isolation from other daylilies.

Special features of Day Lily 'Crimson Pirate'

Attractive flowers

Attracts butterflies

Attracts birds

Drought resistant

Other uses of Day Lily 'Crimson Pirate'

Grown for their flowers.