I got this plant long ago from an auction at the Green Bay Botanical Garden. I’m not sure if it was hybridized in a program at the garden or if it was hybridized by one of the “Bad Buds” (Bad=Bay Area Daylily). The seedling number that came with the plant is #0970.
She is 30 inches tall with 5 inch near white blooms. They lean towards a very light pink with a light yellow throat. Light ruffling completes them.
This is the result of one of my first attempts at hybridizing. The seedling used as the pod parents was from a gift of my second group of seedlings from a friend LG.
The 5 inch flower is rose to lavender with a darker halo and some mottling and streaking that differs from flower to flower. The petals have a very heavy yellow pie crust ruffled edge while the sepals do not. The edge is the same color as the golden throat.
The plant is a 24 inch tall dormant tetraploid.
Parentage: (Borders on Bordeaux x (Truly Angelic x Shores of Time)
An unusual form that has wide spatulate and crispate petals that can curve back and twist slightly. These 7.5 inch lavender pink blooms have a wide, blended, light yellow star burst eyesore and throat and the yellow cream extends up the mid ribs and down along the edges. The blooms are coming in the mid to late season and are fragrant and diamond dusted.
A 32 inch tall dormant diploid that also reblooms.
The beauty of this color is difficult to capture both on film and with words. I guess the name describes it; chestnut brown with a standout Burgundy eye zone and a glowing golden throat and stamens. The flowers are 5.5 inches, round and ruffled. It is also fragrant and blooms into the night.
The plant is a dormant tetraploid and is a sturdy, well branched 30 inches tall.
This is one of my favorites.The silvery lavender spiders seem to curl into the most interesting forms. The spider ratio is 4.40:1. The petals are defiantly darker than the sepals, and the edges and mid ribs are cream colored with varying degrees of ruffling and a few teeth. There is also a darker blended halo and a green throat.
A dormant diploid, It is taller for me than the 25 inches that it is supposed to be, but the sturdy scapes hold up tons of 7.5 inch flowers.