Alphabetical: A – B
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Purple-red with small red watermark. Sends nice and healthy growths. Semi-evergreen. Floriferous.
Near-white self. Elegant grass-like semi-evergreen foliage.
Across the Road*
Bright red self UFO towering over all neighbouring plants. In high demand every year. Dormant habit.
Across the Universe*
Ivory infused pink polychrome. Great parent as it imparts size and shape. Some flowers are well over 7 inches. Evergreen foliage.
Ada May Musick*
Light pink lavender with pale blue eye and inner edge and cream outer edge. A great flower. Semi-evergreen foliage. Nice branching and quick grower.
Orchid with plum violet eye and edge. The recurved petals give it a distinctive and elegant presentation. A lovely flower. Strong eye for breeding. Evergreen foliage. Excellent growth rate. Top-10 plants!
White with pink and gold edge. Semi-evergreen. Slightly fragrant.
Cascading spider yellow with maroon red eyezone. Really bold contrast,a great standout. Evergreen with some fragrance. Opens and hold well,even in high winds.
Fluorescent red-orange with brighter red halo. Huge flowers with some fragrance. Dormant habit. Quite the show-stopper.
Yellow cream with burgundy eye. These well-branched scapes carry long-lasting flowers. Evergreen foliage.
WOW! This large lavender-pink flower with frilled chartreuse edge commands major attention! Because of its low scape,perfect for front of bed. Semi-evergreen. One of the first tightly frilled daylily on the market.
Alexander's Ragtime Band*
Glittering yellow-gold melon with pink blend. For us,blooms constantly from July well into September. Fragrant flowers on evergreen plants. Doubles up on pretty much all flowers.
Cream lavender with multicolored eyezone and green throat. Evergreen. Some frangrance. Pale pink.
All About Eve*
Peach-pink with rose halo and watermark. Doubles up pretty much on all flowers. Quite a showpiece!
All American Chief*
Red self with yellow gold throat. In very high demand,and you’ll see why in the gardens. Dormant habit. Stout Medal Winner in 2008. Extra Large Diameter Award in 2006.
Mauve with buff edge and purple eye with green throat. Long-lasting flowers on semi-evergreen plant. Very floriferous. Winner of prestigious awards. Sends scapes after scapes after scapes. Some years,we’ve had triple spikes,back to bac... Read More
America's Most Wanted*
The name says it all! A pretty golden cream yellow with ruffled segments. Nice branching habit. Evergreen foliage. Sent nice and healthy growths in our previous zone 4a gardens. Long-lasting flowers. Some scuplting.
Orchid pink blends with near-white midribds. Since it produces rather big flowers on slender scapes,it should be propped up to prevent scapes from tipping over. Dormant habit.
Vibrant yellow orange with peach and gold edge. Very thick substance. Semi-evergreen foliage. Some interesting sculpting.
This one has punch! Orange with red eye and edge. In the Spring,usually the second flower to open up in the field. A great dormant and parent. Fragrant flowers.
Crispate,red rose with red eye above yellow green throat. Semi-evergreen foliage.
Mauve lavender with yellow watermark. Evergreen foliage. Simply STUNNING! Flawless,everyday. Another personal favourite. Still can’t keep up with demand! In very limited quantities.
Ivory white with sculptured texture. Makes huge lush green-blue fans and sturdy spikes. Over 30 buds. Dormant foliage.
Pricing – unless otherwise stated plants are sold as double fans.