6" bloom on first bloom, 4-way branching
very fertile both ways
5" bloom, 32" scape
Sib to above seedling
Exquisite veining over most of the bloom
Incredibly clear pale blue eyezone!
Very beautiful, pristine bloom
color appears as in picture
8" bloom with huge green throat
nice watermark pattern from A WORLD AWAY
Close to brown tones
Hoping it will throw brownish patterns
4" bloom, used with small flowered lines
very pretty color with white picotee edges
MINI 2" double bloom with lovely color
used the pollen quite a bit in my emerging tiny daylily lines
Cute little 3" white
Hard to find white daylilies this size, most are bright yellow.
Very heavy blooming plant and consistent pattern on the 6" blooms.
Wonderful consistent pattern on nice scapes. Used the pollen quite a bit. 6" or better blooms.
7" plus bloom, opens well with pattern consistently.
Spooky looking 5-3/4" bloom which opens well on 3-4 way branched scapes. Fertile both ways
Beautiful LUXURIOUS seedling with the wonderful plant habit of ALL THAT MATTERS. The edges are thick and glisten in the sun (not apparent on this rolled back bloom)
I have been working this PINK ICEBERG line bred cross for several years. This daylily combines the best of all the grandparents! Huge 7" plus flowers on 4' scapes are stunning in the garden. The colors are much more clean and pure than the picture, which was taken on a cloudy day. Have seedlings from it which should bloom soon.
6" blooms are held on 28" scapes. Used the pollen quite a bit from this one, which is an outcross for my lines.
Beautiful 6-1/2" blooms are fringed and toothed with a glistening bright gold edge. Blooms have very heavy substance which holds well in inclement weather. Scapes are tall and well branched. One of the best of this cross!
8" bloom on a 40" scapes with 4-way branching. Besides that, the bloom is stunning, and the plant reblooms. One of the best lavenders I have bred!
This is the best toothy I have bloomed here in the last few years. The parentage combines some stellar toothy parents for dark colors, so I am excited about using it in the future.
Following page is a representation of the selected seedlings from both the diploid and tetraploid crops. Some special daylilies are shown here, and comments are appreciated!