Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Patterned daylilies from the summer of 2016



                       Di DeCaire seedling (photo courtesy of Di DeCaire)


    Guy Pierce Venetian Pools seedling (photo courtesy of Guy and Karen Pierce)

     Since the season is winding down, I thought it would be a great opportunity to share some photos of patterned daylilies and seedlings from my daylily friends from across the country.  I love hybridizing patterned daylilies more than any other type of daylily and these pictures represent what I would call advances in the world of patterned daylilies.  Hope you enjoy the picture show.
(All photos are the property of each hybridizer and use without prior consent is prohibited.)


             Guy Pierce Bowtie seedling (photo courtesy of Guy and Karen Pierce)


              Karol Emmerich seedling #9115 (photo courtesy of Karol Emmerich)

            Karol Emmerich seedling #20110 (photo courtesy of Karol Emmerich)

            Heidi Douglas Whale Tails seedling (photo courtesy of Heidi Douglas)
       
            Subhana Ansari seedling #E462B (photo courtesy of Subhana Ansari)


                Di DeCaire Cherry Bliss seedling (photo courtesy of Di DeCaire)


            Ticklish (DeCaire) with Hungy Hungry Hippo (Gossard) Paul K. Lewis photo


                Di DeCaire Ticklish seedling (photo courtesy of Di DeCaire)

               Fantastic Barbara Watts (Jeff Salter) photo by Paul K. Lewis

            Soloman's Sunrise (Ansari 2017) photo courtesy of Kirsten Hatfield

              Soloman's Sunrise (Ansari 2017) photo courtesy of Subhana Ansari


              Mike Derrow Whale Tails seedling (photo courtesy of Mike Derrow)


                      Totem and Taboo (Di DeCaire) photo by Paul K. Lewis


                          Tattoo (Dan Hansen) photo by Paul K. Lewis


                                           Paul K. Lewis seedling



                                 Paul K. Lewis Waves of Joy seedling.


                       Di DeCaire seedling (photo courtesy of Di DeCaire)



       Zyzzified and Four Beasts in One (Di DeCaire) photo courtesy of Di DeCaire.



Wow! That was an amazing showing of patterned daylilies.  You can see there are so many nice advances in world of patterns.  Next installment I hope to feature speckles, spots, and stripes. Stay tuned. Special thanks to all the hybridizers who shared their photos.