Garden.org - https://garden.org/plants/view/809505/Daylily-Hemerocallis-Adena-Idas-Gem/
AHS - https://www.daylilies.org/DaylilyDB/detail.php?id=195345
Hybridizer's Notes from https://adena156c.wixsite.com/adenahems
ADENA IDA'S GEM – diploid - (Ida Mae Norris x Adena Diamond Dan), height 30 in., bloom 6 in., season M, Semi-Evergreen, Rebloom, 25 buds, 4 branches, Wide, flat blooms with luminous pink petals and a yellow green throat, marked with a large vibrant scarlet eye and complete picotee edge This plant begins blooming in late June and continues into late August on medium height scapes with arching blue-green foliage underneath. With good crowing conditions and adequate water, it reblooms easily, always producing 2 rounds of scapes in my zone 6 garden. It is marginally pod fertile here the pollen is extremely fertile. This has been my frequently used pollen over the last 4 seasons and it’s producing some wonderful seedlings.
Folks, words and photos really can't describe how good I feel this daylily is...it's a beautiful combination of the best qualities of both parents and puts on a great show for almost 3 months due to the superb scape and rebloom which starts just as or immediately after blooms on the first scape are finished. This one gets my highest recommendation for garden value and is a great breeding tool, too (though can be tough to get pods).