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)
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 sturdy dormant tetraploid is a fast grower and has beautiful foliage growing to about 2 feet tall.
The flowers also have heavy substance and are abundant and held above the foliage but not too tall. This is why they are considered “extended bloom” which means the flowers last all night and into the next day. The 5.5 inch blooms are golden yellow with a red picotee edge and eye zone and a green throat. Perfect form; round with a little pie crust edge, rounds out the package.
This award winning mid season bloomer is a dormant tetraploid.
This really cute, cream colored to butter yellow miniature has a thin, well defined wine colored eye and a green throat. Every flower is perfectly round with ruffled, recurved petals. And check her out in the sun or moon light to see beautiful diamond dusting.
The plant is 22 inches tall with lots of 3 inch blooms over a long period. The bud count is 40 on 5 branches. She starts early and is a dormant tetraploid which is unusual for one so small.
Parentage: (Custard Candy × Tet. Siloam Tom Howard)
The dusky purple petals of ‘Bela Lugosi’ arise from a lime-green throat whose color bleeds into a greenish gold center. It seems to suit this Daylily’s namesake, the Hungarian actor best known for his role as Count Dracula.
Thanks to a vigorous habit, good bud count on well-branched stalks and a dark flower color that lasts well in sun, this tetraploid, mid-season bloomer has garnered awards from the American Hemerocallis Society. The slightly ruffled flowers measure about 6 inches across.
Semi-evergreen foliage never has any problems in my WI garden.
This early, midseason bloomer has an unmistakable pattern and is slightly fragrant.
It is near white with a bluish hue. The large eye zone has a dark purple border that fades to lavender closer to the chartreuse throat. There is a cream colored stripe on the mid rib and a dark purple picotee edge.
She is an Evergreen tetraploid that does fine in my zone 4 garden.
This daylily is an unregistered seedling hybridized by a friend, MJT. It is 28 inches tall with 5 inch blooms. Naturally, the color is pink panther pink and there is a cranberry eye zone and matching picotee edge above a chartreuse throat. This lovely is an evergreen tetraploid with good branching. It is pod fertile. The plant is sturdy and holds up it’s heavy bud load well.
Parentage: (Korth 14-7 X Calling All Angels). Korth 14-7 parents are (Cherry Valentine X Gertrude’s Melody)