All plants are double fans unless otherwise stated
Quantity Image Price Name Description
$ 0.00SPRING 2015 INTRODUCTIONS EVERYTHING WILL BE DOUBLE FANS OR BETTER.

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$ 100.00 ALL REVVED UP (Maryott 2015) 27 inches tall, 5 3/4 inch blooms, Early, middle, and rebloom. About 20 buds per scape. Evergreen and fertile tetraploid. Deep gold throat and deep orange petals with dark purple eyes. The eye extends onto the sepals also and the petals have a wire rim of purple. We have always loved orange and purple combinations. This is one of the most intense we've seen. Seedling No. K910N. Parentage: (TULLY MARS X (SDLG. x WHEEL OF TIME)).

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$ 100.00ARTESIAN SPRING (Maryott 2015) 29 inches tall, 5 3/4 inch blooms, Early, middle and rebloom. Evergreen and fertile tetraploid. What an interesting blend of coloring. The throat is deep green blending to yellow, then a peculiar watermarked blue-purple eye RHS 54C and light lavender petals RHS 48A with double edge of purple and yellow. This seedling is very fertile and transmits this watermarked blue eye to it's children. Seedling M477A. Parentage: (PURPLE MAZE X WHEEL OF TIME) X (SENSE OF WONDER X WHEEL OF TIME).

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$ 100.00CATCH A STAR (Maryott 2015) 30 inches tall, 5 3/4 inch blooms, EM bloom, Ev, fertile tetraploid. Open form but very symmetrical. Deep orange throat with thin red purple watermarked eye (RHS 182A) Petals and sepals are soft orange (RHS 26B) and it has a prominent double edge of purple and orange with some evidence of teeth. Sdlg. M494A. Parentage: (SUNDAY SANDALS X RODELINDA) X SPLENDIDA.

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$ 100.00ELEGANTE (Maryott 2015) 29 inches tall, 6 inch blooms, EMRe, Evergreen, fertile Tetraploid. Tiny orange throat with very large and dramatic red eye (RHS 46A). Petals are pale pink (RHS 49A) Form is very full and round with nice sepals and heavy ruffling. Very distinctive and not to be confused with any other cultivars. Sdlg. No. K2315A. Parentage: HOT SEAT X (SDLG. FRANCOIS VERHAERT).

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$ 100.00 GOING IN CIRCLES Maryott 2015) 36 inches tall, 6 inch blooms, EMRe, fertile tetraploid and evergreen. Fabulous circular almost perfect form. Opens flat and fully sunfast. Coloring is interesting blend of yellow, lavender, and red-purple. The purple is RHS 185B. The edge is tightly ruffled and banded in yellow. Many of you know that we are primarily interested in form and this cultivar can be a template for what we consider refinement. Sdlg. No. K1121N. Parentage: (WILD CHERRY ROUND UP X BELA SERA) x CALIFORNIA CLASSIC.

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$ 100.00HANALEI BAY (Maryott 2015) 24 inches tall, 6 inch blooms, EMRe, fertile tetraploid and evergreen. Everyone is making blue-purple eyes with beige pink petals. This one is exciting because of the beautiful form, nice bloom height, and very prominent wide blue-purple banding. The eye is RHS 187C and the petals are RHS 49A. This is a child of our own BUSY BEING BLUE with better height. Sdlg. No. L1139A. Parentage: SAILING AT DAWN X BUSY BEING BLUE.

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$ 100.00 INCANDESCENT (Maryott 2015) 22 inches tall, 5 1/2 inch blooms, EM, fertile tetraploiod and evergreen. Can you say "bright and gawdy?" Petals are deep gold (RHS 25A) and the eyes and wide banding are very dark maroon black (RHS 183A) The edging is a full 5/8 inch wide here. This one will not be missed. Sdlg. No. L778A. Parentage: (J1106A (G191B X G1408B) X WINNER'S TROPHY).

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$ 100.00KAUAI SUNRISE (Maryott 2015) 32 inches tall, 5 inch blooms, EMRe, fertile tetraploid and evergreen. Can I admit that I'm in love with this daylily! Why you ask? Because of the form and delicate coloring. Soft pink-orange (RHS 36A) ground with very subtle eye and edge (RHS 37A). Opens perfectly, lovely sepals, and usually has more than 20 buds per scape. How does one improve this beauty? Sdlg. L595A. Parentage: (SDLG. X WONDERS OF IT ALL) X (LEE PICKLES X WILD CHERRY ROUND UP).

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$ 150.00LOMA PRIETA (Maryott 2015) 41 inches tall, 6 1/4 inch blooms, EMRe, fertile tetraploid and evergreen. Is there any breeder on the planet that is not trying to make exciting pattern daylilies? To be frank, most have terrible form and irregular patterns. This beauty, named after our 1989 earthquake, is one of our best. Deep orange (RHS 24B) petals, red-purple (RHS 53C) eye with pronounced and dependable pattern. Pattern also extends onto the sepals and the flower opens nicely to display the pattern. You will love this one. Sdlg. M1118N. Parentage: (RING OF WONDER) X (THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS X TULLY MARS).


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