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Image of GLADYS CARMAN GLADYS CARMAN
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(B. Holley) TET H415B [Miss Calculated X (Shores of Time x Goddess of Joy)] 
29" EM M Re SEv. 6 ¼" 3-way branching, 26 buds
 
This elegant 6 ¼" extremely ruffled clear pink flower with a white edge and citron green throat has an additional bonus ~~ fragrance. The flowers open perfectly despite the 1" ruffling.
 
The flower was selected by our delightful garden visitor, Gladys Carman, to carry her namesake. The first time we met, she and her husband, George Carman, drove up in a little Volkswagen beetle and stuffed it to the brim with daylilies. Fertile both ways.
 
Image of GLOWING QUASAR GLOWING QUASAR
$95.00

(Rice-JA, 2010) 38" TET 6.5" MLa, DOR - Intense orange rose with yellow gold toothy edge.

Image of GODDESS DIVINE GODDESS DIVINE
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Petit, T. 2009 - 25" Mid Sev. 6" - delicate clear medium lavender pink.  The petals are ruffled and surrounded by a crimped gold edge.  The ruffled gold edges also decorate and highlight the petaloids, which makes the flower glow.  The flowers of Goddess Divine provide a soft, peaceful spot in the garden.  Reminiscent of a prom dress, these lovely pink flowers sparkle in the sunlight.

Image of GOD SAVE THE QUEEN GOD SAVE THE QUEEN
$65.00

(Morss, 2005) 30" TET 7" E, Ev, RE - Medium amethyst with midnight purple eye and purple outlined yellow gold filagree edge elaborately embellished with talons and sparkles of diamond and amethyst above yellow to green throat. 3-4 way branching, 26 buds. ((Moon Feather × Martina Verhaert) × Scott Bennett)

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Roberts, N. 2003 - 44" DIP Mid SEv 8" RE UFO - Raspberry with red eye above green throat.

Image of GRACE PIERCE GRACE PIERCE
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(Pierce-Trimmer, 2000) 26" DIP 6" E, EV, RE, FRA - Lavender pink self above green throat

DONATED BY CLAIRE McILVAIN

Image of GRAY-CROWNED CRANE GRAY-CROWNED CRANE
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(Ludlow Lambertson 2013) - 29" TET 6" Semi-evergreen Early Season Reblooms - GRAY-CROWNED CRANE has purple petals and medium purple sepals. GRAY-CROWNED CRANE has an enormous magical gray eye and edge with an outer crinkly cream edge and bright green throat , 3-way branching, 20 buds and is fertile both ways. Great kids!  (Blue Hippo X Blue-gray Tanager)

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(Dan Trimmer 2013) 37" Tet 5 3/4"  E. Re. Ev.- deeply ruffled ivory cream. It is a vigorous growing, very tall, magnificent garden subject. Three laterals and a terminal Y (5 way branching) yield about 28 buds per scape. Pod fertile

Image of GREEN ARROW GREEN ARROW
$100.00

(Gossard, 2008)  46" DIP 8" M, DOR, RE, FRA, UF-Cascade - Greenish yellow self, UF-cascade, More pod fertile and makes more proliferations than Green Inferno, better rebloomer, but is lighter color by afternoon.

DONATED BY TRACY MUNDY

 

 

Image of GREEN PYTHON GREEN PYTHON
$100.00

(Gossard, J. 2011) 38" DIP 8.5" M, DOR, EMO, RE, FRA, UF-Crispate-Cascade - Flower color is a chartreuse green with a very green throat. Spider ratio is 6.3 to 1. A very good parent for green hybridizing. Fertile both ways.(Emerald Lady x Green Inferno)

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(Gossard 2013) – 34”Diploid 9" Mid, Dor, UFO-cascade, RE - green with a very green throat. An F2 cross of my two best greens, 'Green Arrow' and 'Green Inferno'. A super good parent for hybridizing green UFO spider Daylilies. 10-15% greener than parents.  3-4 way branching 16-22 buds.  (Green Arrow) x (Green Inferno)  Fertile both ways.

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Petit 2008 - Sev. 7-8” fl. 30” sc. M 25-30 buds. These monster-size flowers make other gold edged lavenders look like miniatures.  The color varies between a dark lavender and light purple, accented by a deep green throat surrounded by a lighter watermark.  The gold edge is deeply ruffled, and the flowers are presented on tall, well branched scapes.  A great garden show-piece and an important breeder for size in the purple to lavender lines.

Image of HANDWRITING  ON THE WALL HANDWRITING ON THE WALL
$50.00

(Karol Emmerich 2007) 24" TET 6.0" Mid season, SEv, Re, Fra - Dusty pink with wine lavender eye and edge trimmed with ivory gold filigree above yellow to light olive throat. (Intelligent Design × Destined to See)

Image of HAWKWOMAN HAWKWOMAN
$100.00

(Gossard, J. 2011) 30" TET 11.5" M, DOR, EMO, RE, V-FRA, Spider ratio is 4.12 to 1, Cascade - Lavender pink, with bitone sepals and green throat. Flowers are patterned with double arrow heads of lighter and darker pink.  Very good flower for producing huge patterned UFO's and true spiders. (Time to Fly x tetra Skinwalker)

Image of HEAT LIGHTNING HEAT LIGHTNING
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Reed, M. 1994 - 40" DIP Mid Dor 6" RE - Deep dark purple with velvety black pencil mark above yellow to green throat.

Image of HEAVENLY PINK FANG HEAVENLY PINK FANG
$30.00

(Gossard, 2004) 24" TET  5" MLa, DOR, RE, FRA - Pink with yellow tooth edge above green throat

DONATED BY RICHARD AND JAYNE DITTMAN

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(Gossard 2013) – 39” Dip 9” Mid, Dor, UFO-cascade, RE, Fra, emo - very dark red flowers and a very dark eye zone. Throat is greener than shown in Jamie’s photo. Good parent for hybridizing for red flowers with black eyes. 3-4 way branching 18-22 buds.  (Royal Curls) x (Heavenly Spider Monkey)  Fertile both ways.

Image of HIDDEN GEM HIDDEN GEM
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(Elizabeth O. Shooter,  2010).   38" M Reb Frag Fert Noc Ext Sev. (Trahlyta x Marietta Dreamer). 7" - 2" - 1 ¼". Diploid. Distinctive chevron eye pattern with a burst of a chartreuse throat. Petals and sepals give a reverse bi-tone effect. Petals are a lighter reddish grape with stippling and streaking. Sepals show contrast with a sharper deeper color. Four-way branching, 28 buds.

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(Elizabeth O.Shooter,  2009).   46" ML Reb Frag Noc Ext Dor. 12" - 1 ½" - 1 ¼". Tetraploid. This deep reddish purple resembles a hitching post for the old mules in times gone by. It is very tall and regal with heavy substance with a waxy sheen. Hitching Post has a vibrant green throat spilling onto the petals and sepals. Form is open with some twisting. Four-way branching, 23 buds. 

Image of HORNS AND THORNS HORNS AND THORNS
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(Ludlow Lambertson 2013) - 32" TET 7+" Evergreen Mid Season Reblooms - HORNS AND THORNS has medium purple petals and sepals, a purple eye and edge, purple and white teeth and a very green throat. HORNS AND THORNS is a very large 7 plus inch bloom with a unique quality in that the early teeth are lavender purple (see 2nd photo on website) and later turn a combination of white and purple, 3-way branching, 25 buds. Easily fertile both ways.  (God Save the Queen X Seedling)

Image of HORSING AROUND HORSING AROUND
$39.00

(Rice, J & A 2011) 44" TET 5.5” M-MLa, DOR - Pale rose with light yellow edges on all segments and teeth on the petals. An unusually tall, toothy daylily. Fertile both ways.

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(Gossard, James)  2013 introduction - (Megatron) x (Bali Watercolor) - Tetraploid 41" Early Midseason  Dormant emo fr 12- 14" 3-4 way branching  18-22 buds. Fertile both ways. Rebloomer  UFO cascade - Flowers are wine purple with a big green throat. Named from a Ben 10 cartoon. It was his biggest and baddest alien. Name fits perfectly! Should grow well in all zones.  A super hybridizing and garden plant. - (Megatron) x (Bali Watercolor)

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(Gossard, James)  2013 introduction - Tetraploid 39"  Midseason  Dormant emo fr 12" 4-5 way branching  22-28 buds. Fertile both ways. Rebloomer -  UFO Crispate-cascade - Flowers are wine purple with very green throat. My first introduction out of 'Humungousaur' and not the last. 'Huntress' has super color, branching, and bud count. Very nice for such a large flower. (Webster's Purple Wonder) x (Humungousaur)

Image of HYBRIDIZER'S TRUFFLE HYBRIDIZER'S TRUFFLE
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(Kirchhoff 2008) 36” TET 4.75" M, EV, RE, DBL 98% - Medium orchid ivory lavender bitone with strong lilac watermark eye above yellow to green throat.

 

Image of HYMN TO HER HYMN TO HER
$39.00

(Rice-JA, 2010) 35" TET 5.5" LA, DOR - Light pink with pink halo above green throat. (unknown sdlg × unknown sdlg) 

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