What's not to like about this daylily? It's most definitely on my 'Top 10 List.' One-hundred+ degrees? Schnickel Fritz looks beautiful. Fifty degrees? Yep, looks great. It consistently blooms double and always wide open no matter what the weather conditions are. It's such a clean, pure, ethereal near-white with just a touch of peach and lemony-green. It's small in stature (24" tall) which makes it perfect for the front of the border. This dormant has blooms that are 5" in diameter. Schnickel Fritz is planted in a very prominent location at my house where I see it from my dining room window, rain or shine.
A perfect Wisconsin daylily -- a "gotta-have!"
FYI - The word "schnickel fritz" is a term of endearment of uncertain Germanic origin. It means something akin to 'rascal', 'scamp', or 'little chatterbox'. The word is usually used with children, but can also be used between others who are close with each other.