Light orange with a maroon band above a chartreuse to yellow throat.
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With exceptional tree-like branching, you might mistake this tree-herder for a real tree! The flower may look old-fashioned, but under that deceptively simple exterior lurks some incredible genes. With pollen parent Solaris Symmetry providing a bevy of modern color and pattern flower genes, as well as amazing plant traits, then combining with the amazing plant traits of pod parent Ancient Elf, Ancient Ent is a potent and advanced breeder that is fertile both ways, as well as a gorgeous and reliable display in the garden.
But the flower too is gorgeous, looking much like some of the original A. B. Stout introductions, such as 'Linda'. The foliage is the type often referred to as "hard dormant" by daylily growers, with all the foliage dying back after the first freeze, forming a resting bud and then staying down until fairly late in the spring, and not reemerging to be frozen off again in every warm spell throughout the winter. Both parents also show this behavior. The foliage is dark green and attractive, with nice wide leaves, looking more like the foliage of pollen parent Solaris Symmetry. Ancient Ent will also pass these dormancy traits and the attractive plant traits to a high percentage of its offspring.