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((Reed, 2008) 26" DIP 5", Mid, Dor - Lavender self above huge white cream throat.

Auctioned in 2012.

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 (Webster, 1989) - 28" TET 8", EM, Dormant, Fragrant -  Purple self with gold throat.  DONATED BY DAVID METZGER.

Auctioned in 2012.

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Carpenter, J. 2009 – 23” Mid EV 5” RE – The heritage of this cultivar is easily identified by the patterned eye with its etchings on both petals and sepals. TEXAS KALEIDOSCOPE is very powerful for passing that trait to its seedlings. COLORFUL ETCHINGS has a buff yellow-crème base color with beautifully etched eyes that appear on both the petals and sepals. The eye color is a blend of both lavender and wine color with a deeper wine color etching around petals and sepals. The deeper etched edge of the eye on the petals is accented with deeper fine lines of wine color that radiate downward into the beautiful green throat. COLORFUL ETCHINGS has a deeper wine edging with some additional lavender edging with it that extends about half way out on the petals. Repeating scapes have two-way branching with fifteen buds. Pollen fertile and pod difficult.

Auctioned in 2011.

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 (Joiner, 2007) 28" TET 6" Mid, Ev, Fragrant, DBL - Coral pink with peach watermark. (sdlg × Tet. Peggy Bass) - DONATED BY CAROL & DAVE SARGINGER.

Auctioned in 2012.

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(Petit 2013)  Tet Sev. 7 - 8"  33" . One of our "King Kong" series of giant flowers on very tall scapes. The flowers are a cream melon self with pink highlights. At the center of the flower is a large, green throat. The petal edges carry a crimped ruffling surrounded by a wire gold edge. The massive size and height of these flowers make them a real show off in the garden.

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(Ludlow Lambertson 2012) - 27" TET 5" Sev E Re - COMPLEX COMPLEXITIES is a very special reverse bicolor with amber cream petals and muted rose sepals. The multi-patterned eye is fuchsia and cream and can have different looks every day. Green throat. 3-way branching, 20 buds. Fertile both ways. (Victorian Gardens Heavens Applause X Seedling)

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Petit 2009 - 27" Mid Sev. 6.5 - 7" DOUBLE -  Coronation Dream is by far an extremely sophisticated and commanding DOUBLE flower. The blooms are a soft baby ribbon pink, with both the petals and sepals surrounded by a pronounced gold edge.  The flowers are extremely large, especially for a double flower.  Both consistently and fully double, and are on tall, very sturdy scapes, a very powerful display of massive pom-pom blooms. 

Auctioned in 2011.

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Stamile 2008 - 28" TET EMid Ev. 6” RE - a beautifully formed bright rose pink with a large watermark and gold edge. Bright clear color on tall well branched scapes, color that is so bright and so clear that it radiates across the garden. Fertile both ways and a great parent for both white edges and gold edges.

Auctioned in 2011.

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Carpenter J. 2008 - 27” DIP Mid 6.5-Ev RE - flat-faced, lavender self with a wonderful stenciled eye above green throat, but there's much more to it than that simple little description. Take a look at the pictures.  The flower is consistently good, and very fertile both ways.

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(Doorakian, 2004) 27" 5"M, Dormant, Dip  Lavender with ruffled light pink edge

DONATED BY CLAIRE MC ILVAIN

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(Trimmer, 2007) 25" TET 5.25" EM, Rebloom, Evergreen,  Rose lavender with darker eye above green throat

DONATED BY CAROL & DAVE SARGINGER

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(Kirchhoff 2008) 22” – 26” TET 5-6" EE, Re, Ex, Fr, Ev, DBL 99% - Pink is the hallmark of this pastel, coral, peach pink of exceptionally wide proportioned and exquisitely formed Double blossoms! Petaloid form, outer petals tend to roll back as the temperature rises into the nineties. The scapes are strongly recurrent, with 3 way branching. Reblooms up to 3 sets in Kentucky! Fertile both ways. 99.9% Double.

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 (Dan Trimmer 2014) Tet 35" M Ev. 6 1/4" Almost lost in the last row in the back of the garden CRIMSON REFLECTIONS came into it's own when garden visitors kept asking about that "tall pink one back there with the big dark red eye and edge."

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(Stamile, 1991) 25" TET 5", M, DOR - Baby ribbon pink with green throat. (Tet. Cleo Barnwell × (Chicago Candy Cane × Tetra Yesterday Memories))  DONATED BY THE DITTMAN'S.

Auctioned in 2012.

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(Gossard, James)  2013 introduction - Tetraploid 36" Early Midseason  Dormant emo fr 10" 4-5 way branching  18-26 buds. Fertile both ways. Rebloomer - Flowers of Cyberhawk are maroon purple with patterned eye zone of oranges and browns and a green throat. . A good parent for patterned UFO spiders. (Velvet Ribbons ) x (Heavenly Thunderbird x Tetra Purple Many Faces)

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(Holley - Bettencourt 2014) TET 29” M Re Ev. 6 ½ ” This sibling to IT’S A WOW is a deep purple set off with a blue violet eye that begs to be seen. The violet blue is carried along the edges of the petals and gives way to bright white sharks teeth on both the petals and the sepals. The beauty of this cultivar is set off by the green throat. The sharks teeth that fully surround this amazing daylily are reminiscent of the ruffles of a dancehall girl’s costume

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Smith. F 2006 - 28" TET SEv 5.5" DANCING RAINBOW is a beautiful combination of mauve and pink with a delightful bluish-patterned eye and matching edge. Fertile both ways.

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 (Dan Trimmer 2014) Tet  29" EE Ev. 6 3/4" Magical blooms occur from the first flowers to the last rebloom, when the faces are transformed into paler lavender base colors with almost all eye and double edge.

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(Burkey, 1998) 40" DIP 8" M, Rebloom, Dormant, Spider Ratio 4.80:1,  Light yellow self with green throat. (Jersey Spider × Arachne) DONATED BY DAVID METZGER.

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(Eller-N., 2008) - 30" TET 6", E, SEv, RE, Fragrant, DBL 95% - Apple red with heavily ruffled edge tipped in cream. Fertile both ways. (Treva In Red × Tet. Amanda's Little Red Shoes)

Auctioned in 2012.

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(Gossard, James)  2013 introduction - (Forbidden Territory) x (Malcolm David Brooker, Senior) - Tetraploid 36" Late Midseason  Dormant emo fr 5.5" 4 way branching  22-24 buds. Fertile both ways. Rebloomer Bicolor - Flowers are stippled red with darker red eye zone and greenish teeth and green throat. It’s a very interesting flower because of the green teeth and stippling. (Forbidden Territory) x (Malcolm David Brooker, Senior)

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Roberts, N.  1995 - 38" EM SEv DIP 8" RE - Greenish pink diamond dusted UF; crispate/spatulate.

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 (Dan Hansen 2012) EV 34" M 5.25" , Tet Fuchsia rose with caramel orange edge and throat. 

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