Well, hello all my daylily friends!!! Let's get on with this week's photos. At the top of the page is Al's Gold Tower (Goldner). One of the tallest and best branched daylilies in my garden. What show stopper! Pictured right below it is John Shooter's Hand of Faith. It's a great diploid parent. Sets pods easily!
Pictured above is Marina Del Ray (Guy Pierce)
Pictured above is Mix and Match (Elizabeth Salter) Nice eye!
Pictured above is Sips of Sin (Dale Hensley) This one stops visitors in their tracks.
Pictured above is Tom Leonard (Vic Santa Lucia) What a vibrant gold! Well, that's it for this week.
The season is winding down and the digging of reject seedlings begins. Back breaking work!
Hello my friends. Let's get right to the post for the week. Pictured at the top of the page is Oklahoma Sand Burr from the Holleys in California. What a magnificent toothy daylily. Right below it is John Benz's Fang and Claw.
Pictured above here is Ruffled Strawberry Parfait, one awesome parent for toothy daylilies.
Picutred above here is a seedling of mine out of Gaudeamus. (Moldovan) I wish you could
see the branching and bud count. It's amazing. If you're using this daylily, expect great things.
That's it for this week. More great blooms to come.
It's been another busy week, so with nothing further enjoy the pictures. At the top of this page are a couple of shots in my front yard. The big yellow daylily is Goldner's Bouquet (Goldner/Pruden)
The photo above is of a daylily called Slip, hybridized by James Townsend.
The photo above is of Larry Grace's Dr. Stump. One of my favorites of the season.
The photo above is of Angelique Fringes from Roy Klehm.
Since teeth seem to be the them the photo above is of Wild Hair from Tom Polston. Hope you folks are having a nice daylily bloom season. The big conference was going on this weekend in Minneapolis. I hope everyone had a good time there.
My friends.....wow, has the past couple weeks been exhausting! ...And fun! I've been very busy, so with nothing further....let me show you some pictures. Of course above are shots in my front yard. The very top photo is of a Rose Kennedy seedling.
The photo above is of Marilyn Morss Johnson. Nice pattern.
Barcode has always been a very dependable patterned daylily for me. Pictured above.
I can't show Di Decaire's Four Beasts in one enough. I really enjoy it.
The last photo is a of a Dan Robarts seedling he is letting me guest. Very nice pattern. Hope you folks have a nice week.
Wow, it sure is close to peak bloom. When it gets like this I can spend hours just writing out cross tags for all my hybridizing. I'm sort of tired, so let's get on with the picture show. Above is my front yard.
The seedling above is one of mine out of Millennium Falcon.
This seedling above is one of mine out of Emerald Oasis.
This photo above is Di Decaire's Four Beasts in One. Love the pattern!
The photo above is Elizabeth Salter's Serenade in Spring. Excellent daylily.
The daylily above is Ted Petit's, In his Image. A very unique pattern. Have a good week folks!
Well, here we are at the end of the June and all the earlies are opening up. Some of the new arrivals are mixing in nicely. At the very top of the page is Judy Davisson's Mister Butters. Looking grand today! Right below it is Augie's Unique Beauty, hybridized by Augie Krupien. Introduced by Rich Howard in 2007. It is a tetraploid and fertile both ways. Very unique! Let's get on with the picture show below.
Pictured above is Di Decaire's I don't kid. Nice colors!
Pictured above is a future intro which I named for a good friend, Luanne Tarro.
It is out of Wonder of it all.
Pictured above is Luddy Lambertson's Blue Eyed Dragon. Nice teeth!
Finally pictured above is David Kirchhoff's Fabulous Frieda. What a great red! That's it for this installment. I think I spent a couple hours just making out cross tags. Happy gardening!
Well, my friends....we wait for many months for this time and it is just beginning. To my suprise the first seedling to bloom (which is pictured above) turned out to be pretty amazing! It is a seedling out of Gerda Brooker's Victorian Gardens Heavens Applause. Wow, what a pattern. It's petals do sort of canoe in a little, but that pattern is to die for. Also blooming below is Larry Grace's Dr. Stump. It has been very consistent and sits on top of a nice scape. The picture at the very bottom is of all the scapes popping up in my front yard. Hope you enjoyed the pics. More to come.
Well, it seems like folks would like to see more pictures, so here it is. At the very top is a beautiful yellow at Guy Pierce's. Right below it is the 2012 introduction, Moving Pictures. A favorite of mine.
Below that is another favorite Marina Del Ray. Great pattern!
Pictured above is Castle Rock.
Pictured above here is my favorite toothy, Spinefeld.
This picture above is a Dan Trimmer seedling he nicknamed "Big Lug." It was huge! 9 to 10" at least!
Pictured above is another Dan Trimmer red toothy seedling. Very nice color!
This picture above is Jane Trimmer's Dragonfly Tattoo. Nice pattern Jane!
Pictured above is Solar Blue Angel. Great size and pattern!
This picture is Dan's Breakfast with Santa. Another one of my favorites. Hope you enjoyed all the
pictures. We are getting closer to when I can show you pictures from my own garden. Scapes are starting to pop up. Best time of the year. Hope you are all having a good week!