Boundless Beauty has a couple of negatives, but let me quickly follow that up by saying I can work with both of them, because I LOVE this daylily!
First, it didn't tolerate 100% sun the best. By afternoon on very hot, humid days the flowers were a bit wilted. So I solved that problem by giving this stunner one of my rare part-shade spots. With morning sun and afternoon shade, it was so much happier. Boundless Beauty is a hardy grower in Wisconsin and didn't miss a beat when I transplanted it.
Second, the flowers have so many super large ruffles (or 'chicken-fat' as it's sometimes referred to) that occasionally a bloom can 'hang up.' In daylily talk that means as the flower tries to open in the morning, it gets tangled up in itself and may only partially bloom; or it can tear as it tries to open. But even if there happens to be one bloom that hangs up, you can rest assured there will be several others that look absolutely perfect. Despite these two hiccups, Boundless Beauty is still a keeper - that's how spectacular it is!