Rosalie's Smile (Morss, 2010) was quite a find. We bought it because it is late blooming and we really found a gem. It is a semi-evergreen tetraploid with 32 inch scapes with 4 branches and 29 buds. It flowers are 5 inches and are described in the American Hemerocallis Society database as butter yellow with a bold plum eye and edge above a green throat. To our eyes, the color is soft melon. The melon with the plum eye makes for a striking flower. The database says it is a rebloomer, but we have not observed that in our garden.