unraveling in the dirt -
twisting our green thumbs.
This is a tale of two H. 'Bella Sera' clumps. One clump bought four years ago and raised in Michigan and the other raised in Illinois for the same amount of time. Now they both live in the same garden. They were both transplanted from their original homes in August of 2011 and planted in one of my new beds in early September. Both clumps contain at least four fans and are guaranteed true-to-name. I planted the two small clumps about 8" apart and kept the crowns and root systems intact.
That was four months ago.
Those are the details you will need to help with this mystery. You'll also need this photo and the following definition of foliage habit...
H. 'Bella Sera' is registered as an evergreen daylily, which, by definition means: