Alphabetical: U – Z
The asterisk next to the name refers to chromosome count. For more information on this topic
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Pale apricot with purple eye and edge. Semi-evergreen foliage.
Cream yellow self. Dormant habit. Fragrant. Double flowers on tall scapes.
Stunning red with black eye. Semi-evergreen foliage. Velvety and heavy texture. We crossed it with ‘Wild Horses’ and got what will be registered as ‘Saugeen Black Stallion’. Stunning.
Ivory yellow with purple eye. Evergreen foliage.
Black violet blend spider. Evergreen foliage. Some fragrance. Quite the presentation on tall spikes!
Plum lavender with a true lavender watermark and citron green throat. Holds well even in high winds. At 15.5″ wingspan,can’t miss this one on strong erect scapes. Evergreen foliage.
Lavender with yellow copper eye and gold edge. Semi-evergreen foliage. Nice watermark of a different colour than most daylilies.
Lemon yellow self. Very nice texture. Semi-evergreen foliage. Pretty much always the first one to open in the display beds.
Purple with large gold,yellow or orange edges and great substance. Became the mainstay of Stamile’s purple breeding program. Evergreen foliage.
Huge mauve lavender with a slight blue lavender eye and double edges of blue lavender and chartreuse. Registered with a high bud count (45). Evergreen foliage.
Saturated deep violet petals and sepals with a gigantic dark blue purple eye and edge and a white line. Evergreen foliage.
Narrowish red petals with yellow throat and white teeth. Evergreen foliage. Performs really well,with white teeth on most flowers.
Remarkably saturated orange with red eye above a great throat. Semi-evergreen foliage. Just received it last year so we’re not too sure about its reblooming capabilities here. To be updated.
Purple self of great vigour. What a great presence! A real favourite of ours. Evergreen foliage. Unusual form flowers,some with 12″ wingspan! Real early.
Deep royal/magenta with wide and bold lavender-blue watermark on the petals. Stunning throat. Semi-evergreen foliage.
Subtle patterned cream polychrome washed blue and violet eye and edge. Soft purple and gold on outer edge. Produces interesting patterned kids. Evergreen foliage.
WOOOOOOOOWWWWW! According to Stamile,’Water Drops’ has an eye that normally looks like stained glass. The eye itself varies considerably but always involves colors of blue,charcoal,fuchsia and lavender. The image shows an atypical bloom
Tangerine-pink blend,gold band and edge,light pink midribs. Dormant foliage.
Pale orange with etched purple eye and edge. That subtle combination works really well. The image simply does not do it justice. Evergreen foliage. Some fragrance.
Cream white with yellow edge. Semi-evergreen foliage. Fragrant.
Cream with REAL NAVY BLUE eye and fuschia patterned band. Evergreen foliage. Very fragrant. LONG BLOOMING SEASON. A favourite.
Clear pink on white base. Gives exceptional clarity of colour. Very fragrant. Stunning edge present every day. Evergreen foliage.
Pure white with very slight pink undertone. Was one of Stamile’s best frilled and fancy white. Evergreen foliage.
Near white self. Semi-evergreen foliage. Fragrant.
Pricing – unless otherwise stated plants are sold as double fans.