If you buy 2 flowers of the same name you will receive a third flower free.
Daylilies: A to C
Daylilies: D to F
Daylilies: G to I
Daylilies: J to L
Daylilies: M to O
Daylilies: P to R
Daylilies: S to U
Daylilies: V to Z
Individual who made the hand pollinated cross and
Selected this cultivar
Diploid (cells with 22 chromosomes) Tet
Tetraploid (cells with 44 chromosmes) Sgl
Single Flower Dbl
Double Flower Spider
Narrow petaled daylily Ht
Height to top of flower Time
EE, extra early;
EM, early mid-season;
MLa, late mid-season;
VLa, very late
Rebloom, can be once or many times Fl Size
Flower size (widest diameter of flower) Dor
Dormant, plant loses leaves in winter Sev
Semi-evergreen, some foliage above ground in winter Self
Petals & sepal are of a single color or shade of color Ev
Evergreen, plants remain green all winter if cold weather does not freeze it off Ext.
Extended bloom Fr.
Very fragrant Noc Nocturnal
AWARDS . . . American Hemerocallis Society
This is the Society’s first official stamp of approval beyond the local or regional level.
Award of Merit
Given to those cultivars that are not only distinctive and beautiful but have proven themselves good performers over a wide geographic area.
SSM – Stout Silver Medal
This is the Society’s highest honor.
Donn Fischer Memorial Award
Given annually for the most outstanding miniature cultivar.
Annie T. Giles Award
Given annually to the most outstanding small flowered daylily.
Given annually to recognize the daylily with the best unusual form.
Lenington All-American Award
Given to that cultivar known for its outstanding performance in the different AHS regions. The only varietal award made by the AHS Board of Directors.
Ida Munson Award
Given annually to the most outstanding double cultivar.
R. W. Munson Award
Given annually to the best patterned cultivar.
L. Ernest Plouf Award
Given annually to the most consistently fragrant, dormant daylily.
Don C. Stevens Award
Given annually to an outstanding eyed or banded daylily.
Harris Olson Spider Award
Given annually to the best spider or variant.
EFA – Eugene S. Foster Award
Given annually for the outstanding late-blooming cultivar.
Information is organized for each flower as follows:
Flower descriptions with Hybridizer, Year of Registration, Scape Height, Bloom Season, Bloom Diameter, Dominant Color, Pattern Color, Pattern, Foliage Habit, Ploidy, Form, Fragrant, Nocturnal, Extended Bloom and Awards.
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6298 Gold City Road, Franklin , Kentucky 42134
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