Bloom 5"; scape 37"; 4-5 way candleabra branching;very diamond dusted. Opens well on cold days. Very fertile.
Pod parent is a future for 2023, this bloom is 5", nice colors and veining.
So far, my favorite from this cross, love the clear colors and bicolor with patterns. 5"plus bloom.
5-1/2" bloom on nice plant. Great color on this one, bloom taken during a drought. Hoping the canoeing does not continue. Wonderful genetics for patterns.
Same flower as above on different day. Much better opening.
Sib to above seedling with entirely different look to it. Will track if the poly form continues. 6" bloom
This seems to be the most consistent cross in the 2022 seedling crop. All the seedlings stand on well branched scapes and the blooms have the most vivid 'blue' in the eyezone I have seen here. This one has a 7" bloom.
Sib to above, this is the smallest bloom at 5".
Almost 6", this is my favorite of this cross. Never had a bad day, opens well, nice scape! Probably the keeper!
Over 6" bloom with the CHIEF GOLDEN EAGLE branching, this is a nice one!
Nocturnal, 5" bloom. Love the colors and the pattern is consistent.
Blooming late in the season, this was a lovely surprise and a great cross combining my lines with Faulkner's. At 3-1/4", I will use this in my small flowered lines.
One of three HTYBR seedlings which bloomed in 2022. I used the hot pollen everywhere.
Plant is nice, and seems to be rock hardy! Will keep this one around for a while. 6" bloom.
This one stopped me in my tracks! Intense colors on a tall scape really shows this one off. Color holds well, and flower opens nicely in cool weather. The third HTYBR seedling cross to bloom in 2022.
The second of the HTYBR crosses to bloom, this one is from my MORNING LULLABY, which should provide a near perfectly branched scape to an exotic bloom. Pollen is infertile, but should be valuable for the scape in breeding.
5-1/2" bloom on tall scape, this is one unusual color and form. I don't usually 'do' this type of form, but really like this one. Shows well even though the 'brown' colored daylilies are not usually eye-catching.
5-1/2" bloom, this is a lovely pastel. It should improve as it matures with more ruffles and a larger flower. One of the most recent PURE VANILLA children.
A new one in my 'Teacup' lines, this one has a lovely cerulean blue eye, 2" bloom opens well, 18" scape with 3 branches on a tiny plant.
Sib to the previous seedling, this one is similar but has more petal patterns. Bloom is 2-1/2", tiny plant.
5-1/2" blooms on 23" scapes on first blooming seedling.
I don't think I have seen such CLEAN coloring on a daylily! The petals are nearly paper white with little pink infusion, and the dark eye is as clear a purple as you will find. Marked this one to keep, hope the scapes live up to the pod parent which has 5-6 way branched, 39" scapes.
LOVE this tiny guy! Colors are intense, and the bloom is very small. Plants rebloom and set pods readily.
This was a very strong cross, so I am sure a couple more siblings will be kept over as well.
Another sib I like, but a larger 3-1/2" bloom
Very small flower, consistently doubles. Nice color and form.
2" bloom with a 9" scape, smallest seedling to bloom in the Teacups this year. Nice colors with white picotee, pic does not do it justice.
Tet 36" scape. nicely branched. 6"+ bloom, lots of ruffling and edges.
4" bloom, 26" scape, very lovely and clear colors.
This is a gorgeous seedling from a nice cross for red tets. 5" blooms should expand once the plants get some size. I am sure there will be a few keepers from this cross. The best Vampire Academy cross I have bloomed.
Sib to above seedling, very similar in size.
Very tall, great color and nice branching. This seedling bloomed all summer on a first year plant. Color holds well in sun and rain.
Not what I expected from this cross, but I'll take it.
40" scape with nice branching, almost 6" bloom. The intense color is non-fading in sun and rain.
6" bloom with nice ruffling, small plant. Only one to bloom in the row in 2022, so am hoping for more beauties from this cross!
These seedlings bloomed for the first time in 2022 and will be allowed to bloom again in 2023 before being selected for further observation ahead of registration.
Included are some new crosses from previous selected seedlings which have produced progeny, and the quality of their progeny will determine whether or not the parents will be introduced.
In this group are my first seedlings from HERE'S TO YOU BILL ROBINSON to bloom. HYTBR has been particularly difficult to get to bloom, even when pampered, so I am excited to see what the seedlings look like and how they perform crossed into my very hardy lines.
Hope you enjoy looking at these seedlings, and please let me know what you think!