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Daylily Pixie Parasol

By Hudson – 1955

Daylily Pixie Parasol

Pixie Parasol’ is a dainty miniature that sports masses of 2 ½” apricot flowers on semi-evergreen foliage. She re-blooms multiple times, and is ever so cute with its little green throat, and foliage that is only to 14” high. This “orange sherbet” color looks good enough to eat and you can. The substance is heavy so they are nice on the edge of a salad. This also helps them last into the night and sometimes even a second day.

$7.00

Daylily Ming Snow

By Moldovan – 1976

Daylily Ming Snow

Daylily Ming Snow

Ming Snow is a poly-chromatic pink/cream/peach in color. This daylily is quite exotic and soothing. The delicate beauty is enhanced by slightly ruffled edges that are dipped in the same sunny yellow as the throat which blends down to lime green. She is a 30” dormant tetraploid that performs well producing masses of 5” flowers. Bloom starts early mid-season with reliable re-bloom.

$8.00

Daylily Jim’s Pick

By Wild – 1971

I think Jim picked a beauty. This poly-chrome rose/pink/cream has a ruffled edge and a tangerine throat. The 34” tall scapes hold 6” flowers that start early and continue into the main bloom season. Jim is a dormant diploid that also has nice thick substance and raised cream mid-ribs.

$7.00

Daylily Forty Second Street

By Kirchhoff – 1991

Daylily Forty Second Street

Daylily Forty Second Street

Forty Second Street is a 5” double that will not be mistaken for anything else in your garden. The peachy cream blooms are shaped a little different each time, but always wonderfully ruffled and the contrast with the large rose eye zone and gold throat is beautiful. The plant reaches about 24” and is a mid-season re-bloomer that usually re-blooms in the late season. Though it is an evergreen diploid it has done well in our Wisconsin gardens.

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Daylily Evelyn Claar

By Kraus – 1949

This historic daylily can be difficult to find.  It is an early-mid season blooming dormant diploid that grows to 30, inches with a 5 inch flower that has narrow petals.  The petals are a gorgeous blended peachy-pink color with a rosy eye zone that is more blended, and not clearly defined and a gold throat. It was developed mid-century by University of Chicago botany professor Ezra Kraus. It is a vigorous plant with a heavy bud set.

$7.00
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Daylily Eenie Allegro

By Aden 1981

15″ tall with a 2.5″ bloom – zone 3.

A miniature mid-season bloomer with a heavy bud set and plenty of re-bloom, it’s also a quick multiplier.

Bi-color – Rose/Mauve alternating with Coral/Apricot and a Chartreuse throat. Dormant, diploid.

$6.00
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Daylily Desert Princess

By Oakes – 1987

Desert Princess is a miniature daylily growing to only 12 to 15 inches with 2 to 3 inch flowers.  It is a mid-season dormant diploid that blooms profusely.  The color is unusual and difficult to pick up with the camera.  It’s kind of a peachy-bronze-orange with a burgundy eye zone and a green throat; so cute.

$7.00
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Daylily Date Book

By Wild, 1971

Daylily Date Book

Daylily Date Book

24-30” tall with a 4.5” bloom – zone 3.

An early re-bloomer.

Peachy pink blended with peach then gold at the throat; accented with gold stamens.  Dormant, diploid.

$6.00

Daylily Brookwood Orange Drop

By Sharp – 1997

Daylily Brookwood Orange Drop

Daylily Brookwood Orange Drop

A cute miniature re-bloomer that starts early; this little melon-orange gem is about 20” tall with 3 inch slightly fragrant flowers.  It is a dormant diploid.

$8.00

Daylily Barbara Mitchell

By Pierce; 1985

Daylily Barbara Mitchell

Daylily Barbara Mitchell

This is a round daylily with perfect form and light ruffling.  It is 20” tall and hardy to zone 3. A mid-season bloomer with a 5” flower; it is a semi-evergreen diploid, that is peachy-pink with a chartreuse throat.

$8.00

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