An unregistered seedling from Linda Ball, obtained via Daylily.com, which she called simply her "Brite Polychrome"; yes, brite, not bright. Reckamp X Klehm genetics. Per Linda: "Tet seedling with total Reckamp x Klehm genetics. This one is the best of all of those crosses I've done. Immediate rebloom some years. A really nice plant all around! About 32", 5.5+" bloom, nice branching and bud count, fertile, nice edge that never hangs up after cool nights. Nice kids with bigger edges..." Listed as "mixed" foliage, so not sure if it's dormant or semi-evergreen, but it IS vigorous.