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Daylily Little Fat Dazzler

By Lankart 1979

Daylily Little Fat Dazzler1This really is the true color of this darling miniature daylily. It is bright fuchsia and perfectly round and ruffled. The plant is truly miniature at only a foot tall, but for its size the flowers are fairly big at 3 inches. She is a semi-evergreen diploid and blooms early to mid-season.

$8.00
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Daylily Spin Dazzle

By Wilson 1983

Daylily Spindazzle (2)1A spider daylily that looks a little different almost every time each time it opens because of the way it twists and curls. This semi-evergreen diploid holds 6 inch flowers on top of tall 3 foot scapes that are strong enough to stand up without staking. The flower has a spider ratio of 4.4:1 and the color is difficult to explain starting from the center there is a wide yellow throat and the smaller petals are this same color. The large upper petals are slightly wider and gradually fade from apricot to orange to dark red.

Parentage:  (Sdlg. X FERRIS WHEEL)

$12.00

Daylily Final Touch

By Apps 1991

Final Touch is a late blooming (get it? Final Touch?), slightly fragrant dormant diploid. It is a bi-colored pink panther pink with the lower petals being lighter pink and it has a bright gold throat. It is winner of the Eugene S. Foster Award. Many years it re-blooms until frost.

$7.00
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Daylily Dewberry Candy

By Stamile

Daylily Dewberry Candy (2)1Another of the renowned “Candy” series; Dewberry is a mid-season extended blooming dormant tetraploid. It is a fragrant, cream colored 3″ flower with a dark purple eye and a gold throat. There is a very fine ruffled gold colored edge.

$8.00
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Daylily Bama Bound

By Webster 1986

Daylily Bama Bound1This rich red beauty has a bright yellow throat changing to green deep down and the stamens are also bright yellow. It has a nice ruffled edge, a velvety texture that shows purple hews in some light and very heavy substance. The 5″ slightly fragrant blooms start mid-season. A semi-evergreen tetraploid that adds a wow factor.

$12.00
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Daylily Bertie Ferris

By Winniford 1969

Daylily Bertie Ferris1Bertie is a cute melon colored miniature daylily with an interesting darker orange throat.  It starts early and blooms for an extended period. She is a dormant diploid with masses of 2” blooms.  It stands only about a foot and a half tall so it’s nice in pots or in the front of the border. She opens well on cold days but reportedly grows well in the south too; a Stout Silver Medal winner.

$6.00
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Daylily Itsy Bitsy Spider

By Bishop – 1990

This cute lemon yellow daylily has 3 1/3” unusual form. It blooms with narrow petals that are pinched and twisted, and a green throat. A dormant diploid; It blooms early. A small plant at 2 ½ feet it holds the blooms up above the foliage.

Parentage: Mignon × Suzie Wong

Image coming soon.  Here is a link to a good picture of this plant.

$5.00
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Daylily Flaming Sword

By Russell 1945

daylily flaming Sword1This “old standard” daylily is great for landscaping because it is a very fast grower and a good bloomer. It is a mid-season re-bloomer that is a dormant diploid. The 3″ red/orange flowers have a darker red eye-zone and a gold throat. You will get a larger clump with this plant; at least 5 fans.

$5.00

Daylily Stella De Oro

Daylily Stella de Oro

Daylily Stella de Oro

ht. 12″ – zone 3
Early mid-season, re-blooming, extended season, slightly fragrant.
She is a classic and still a great performer.
Bright yellow
dormant, diploid

We also have a clump price for this one.

$5.00

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Daylily Lullaby Baby

By Spalding – 1975

Daylily Lullaby Baby

Daylily Lullaby Baby

At 20 inches tall, this re-blooming miniature is a nice early bloomer for the front of the border. Also an extended bloomer, it just keeps going with pale pink/near white 3 inch flowers that are held above the foliage.  They are slightly fragrant with a ruffled edge, a diamond dusting and a green throat. A 1998 All-American Daylily Selection, this beautiful baby also holds awards. It won the Lexington All American Award, the Award of Merit and the Annie T. Giles Award for Best Small Flower.

$6.00

 

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