Now that it's dark, some time to catch up on the 2013 daylily bloom.
I keep a patch of the common "ditch lilies" in the yard to remember where all these highfalutin hybrids came from. The origins or modern markings a edges are all there. It just took many years of hybridizing to isolate and exaggerate them.
Here are some of the results blooming at Diamond Rise now:
|Cabbae Flower (Kirchhoff-D., 1984)|
height 17", bloom 4.62", season EE, Rebloom, Evergreen,, Fragrant, Double , Pastel lemon yellow self with green throat. (Twin Crown × Nagasaki)
|Labeled "Early Rose" - Incorrect|
|'Itsy Bitsy Spider' (Bishop-H., 1990)|
height 35", bloom 3.5", season E, Dormant, Diploid, Unusual Form Crispate, Lemon yellow spider self with green throat. (Mignon × Suzie Wong)
|'Kindly Light' (Bechtold, 1950)|
height 29", season M, Dormant, Diploid, Spider Ratio 7.70:1, GYL1: Green yellow light self.
|'Little Zinger' (Lankart, 1979)|
height 16", bloom 2.66", season EM, Semi-Evergreen, Diploid, Red self with very green throat
|'Schickel Fritz' (Kirchhoff-D., 1996)|
height 16", bloom 5", season EM, Rebloom, Dormant, Diploid, Double , Near white self with green throat. (Chardonnay × (Nagasaki × Siloam Double Classic))
|'Siloam Double Classic' (Henry-P., 1985)|
height 16", bloom 5", season EM, Dormant, Diploid, Double, Bright pink self with green throat.
|Zettek Seedling 04-K-2|
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