'Lakeside Delight' received its name because it is such a delight to have
a nice yellow plant that doesn't scald in the spring. The heavily
substanced, lightly ruffled leaves often appear to float much like a lily
pad on water. The plant performs well with more sun than some varieties.
Scapes with white flowers often appear twice one season. It sets pods both
times. It was registered in 1994. The leaves are ovate with a cordate
base. It has a semi-upright habit. The parentage is unknown.
Submitted by Mary Chastain