I have made some crosses with various forms of Hemerocallis fulva. Shown here are the four offspring that have bloomed so far.
This is a side view of one plant from a H. fulva Hankow x 'Galadriel' cross. It maintains this bell shape.
This is a frontal view of the same flower. H. fulva Hankow x 'Galadriel.' I have not actually measured it, but would estimate the bloom to be right at or slightly under 5 inches. The scapes are around three feet tall. This plant reblooms.
H. fulva Hankow x 'Aztec Gold' This is maybe a 6 inch bloom. That is Guara behind it.
Shown are two blooms on the H. fulva Hankow x Aztec Gold plant. This one also reblooms. It gets about two feet tall.
This is H. fulva Hankow x 'Calypso.' It is around three and a half feet tall and the bloom is around four and a half inches. It is fragrant. This one has a young rebloom scape.
Here is a front look at the H. fulva Hankow x 'Calypso' flower. As mentioned, it smells good.
This is another plant from the H. fulva Hankow x 'Galadriel' cross. This is a large flower being around 7 inches and it stands near four feet tall. I don't know yet if it will rebloom. However, it has a proliferation which will be rooted once ready.
This is a front look at that second plant from H. fulva Hankow x 'Galadriel.' Notice that both the petals and sepals have yellow midribs. It almost has the 'star' look to it.