PICTURE

NAME

DESCRIPTION
E-M-L
HT
$ EACH
adorable tiger
ADORABLE TIGER Rasmussen '98. Tetraploid. 5" golden orange with a stand out sienna red eye and a yellow green throat, red ruffled edges. Fragrant. Dormant.
M
26"
$15.50

Limited at nursery

 

advanceparty
ADVANCE PARTY

Stamile '98. Ev. 6"-7" lavender pink with a pale pink eye and yellow throat. An early blooming rebloomer with some Barbara Mitchell heritage. Fragrant.

E-M
28" $15.50
 
alabama jubilee ALABAMA JUBILEE

Webster '88. Dormant. Tetraploid. An outstanding variety for its large, red-orange blooms with deeper red halo. Always popular here.

M
30" $15.50
 
aliceinwonderland
ALICE IN WONDERLAND

Wild '66. Lovely, soft, lemon-yellow blooms on strong scapes which follow the mid season bloomers here and last through Labor Day, sometimes a little longer. Flowers nicely along with Miss Amelia and So Lovely into early fall.

L
36"
$12.75
 
alnaspride
ALNA'S PRIDE
Barth '87. One of three Barth daylilies George brought back from the old Barth Farm in Alna, Maine. Quite a story involved in that day in 2001! This is a 7" golden bloom with a mahogany eye. It's fragrant, showy & very strong. It's a great grower and blooms for a long time. E-M 35" $15.50
 
alongtheway ALONG THE WAY D. Stevens '80. Dormant. Tetraploid. Peach pink, deep red eyezone, green throat, 6" bloom, thick scapes.
M-L
26" $15.50
 
alphacenrtauri ALPHA CENTAURI Hanson '91. 6" yellow bloom with green throat. Tetraploid Dormant Fragrant
M
32" $15.50
 
alwaysafternoon ALWAYS AFTERNOON Morss '87. SEv. 5.5" dusky rose with purple eye and green throat. Blooms early and then again and again on a thick scape. E-M 26" $15.50
 
annawarner ANNA WARNER Peck '71. Tet. Medium peachy pink. Strong grower. This always sells well. It's not bold, not splashy, but it works with about every companion color and it produces lots of blooms. Try it!
M
26"
$15.50
 
anzac ANZAC Parry '68. Medium velvety red with orange tone. Once again, old is good and this is a strong grower.
M-L
28" Display
apricot APRICOT

This is the first recorded hybrid daylily, exhibited in London by George Yeld in 1892 and awarded a Certificate of Merit the following year. One of the first to bloom here, with distinct blooms, cadmium yellow in color, forming in groups on the ends of the scapes, wrapped in an obvious sheath. Of interest to collectors and hybridizers.

 

E
34"
Display  
apricotsparkles APRICOT SPARKLES Darryl Apps 2000. Dormant. Diamond dusted soft medium apricot with ruffled edges, yellow-green throat. Like so many of Apps registrations, this is a heavy bloomer with good branching-- traits George looks for.
E
15" $15.50
 
arcticsnow ARCTIC SNOW Stamile '85 Tet. Cream with soft yellow cast, ruffled, with pink high-lights, green throat. Very good bud production over long period and a good grower.
E-M
27"
$15.50
 
atlantadebutante ATLANTA DEBUTANTE Petree '82 Tet. SEv. Large, 5.5" attractive, rosy-pink blooms with yellow-green eye. Very nice with soft peaches or yellows.
M
27"
$15.50
 
augustfrost AUGUST FROST Trimmer '95. Dormant tetraploid 6" creamy, very pale soft yellow bloom. Ruffled petals with deeper yellow edge. A tall, strong grower for late summer, back of border.
L
34"
$17.50
 
autumndaffodil AUTUMN DAFFODIL E. Kraus '49. An outstanding, late blooming, diploid, fragrant, lemon yellow daylily loaded with small blooms on 36" scapes. It goes on and on. Is a vigorous grower so can be left as supersized clumps in a couple years or divided into several 3-4-5 fan clumps. L 36" $17.50
autumngold AUTUMN GOLD This is the Olallie Autumn Gold not the Sutton Autumn Gold from 1952 that is Evergreen and blooms earlier. Olallie's AG is a strong producer, blooms just before Butterscoth Harvest here, and has great numbers of blooms that go on for weeks. We wish all daylilies would bloom like this.
L
26" $17.50
 
autumnminaret AUTUMN MINARET Stout 1951. A mid on into late season dormant, diploid, rebloomer that is both tall and fragrant. 3.5"-4.0" orange-yellow blooms with an intersting eye. Scapes can handle strong breezes. M-L 66" $19.50
autumnprince AUTUMN PRINCE

Stout '41. Dormant, fragrant and real late. Tall, wispy, smaller yellow blooms with a light burgundy overlay. A very nice natural look for fall gardens. We enjoy older daylilies and this is one of them. Want to know more? Read Daylilies by A.B. Stout, reprinted by Timber Press.

L
42"

 

$19.50

 
autumnred AUTUMN RED Nesmith '41. An old fashion, rusty red dormant that clumps quickly. Not for everyone but as example, there's a house in St Johnsbury where it has been used as a kept border around an entire front garden. Just imagine a 3 foot tall hedge of flowers in late August!
L
39"
$10.50
 
babymooncafe BABY MOON CAFE D. Trimmer 1998. Creamy yellow, dormant with a ruffled edge, diamond duster and a wine-purple eye on 3.5" blooms. Very high bud count. Fragrant. EM
22"
$15.50
baja BAJA Durio '74. 6" SEv, deep velvety red blooms with green throat. Excellent color, and a great producer. How did you miss this before? M-L 28" $15.50
 
bamabound BAMA BOUND Webster '86. Dormant, Semi-evergreen, fragant. Round, ruffled and recurved, deep red 5" velvety bloom, yellow band and green throat.
M
24"
$15.50
 
bamamusic BAMA MUSIC Registered by Hardy in 1965. Light pink with pale pink midribs. Delicate blooms on tall, slender scapes. In short order it clumps and multiple thin scapes provide a great garden backdrop, waving in summer breezes. A dormant.
M
36"
$15.50
 
barbaramitchell BARBARA MITCHELL Pierce '84. SEv. Soft peachy pink, ruffled, with lemon green throat, light ruffling. Stout Silver Medal 1992
M
30"
$15.50
 
barbarycorsair BARBARY CORSAIR

Hudson '80. Small 3" blooms. Striking deep plum with yellow throat on tall, slender scapes. George likes to use single scapes in Ikebana-like, one day only arrangements.

Terrific!

M-L
30"
Display  
beautifuledgings BEAUTIFUL EDGINGS Copenhaver 1989. Semi evergreen by old standards but a wonderful diploid daylily for sure. The 6"-7" blooms on mature plants are crepe paper thin, creamy yellow with touches of pink on ruffled edges with light green throats. This is a fragrant rebloomer that surprises with late September bloom. We lined these out during fall 2016 so plants will be readily available in 2017 but double fans, not more until later in the season. Always in demand. Multiple awards over the years.
M
34" $17.50
beautytobehold BEAUTY TO BEHOLD Sellers 1978. SEv. 6 1/2 inch lemon yellow, rounded blooms with chartreuse throat and ruffled edge. This is a long bloomer. George always points it out to people when he's on his "old is good" tour.
M
26"
$15.50
 
beckylynn BECKY LYNN Guidry '77. Large, 6", rosy pink bloom with yellow center, green throat. Good substance. George likes this one for front of border placement. Surprisingly to us, lots of folks pick it because of a family member with the same name. E-M 20" $15.50
 
belalugosi BELA LUGOSI Curt Hanson '95. SEv. 6" deep purple blooms with yellow center. The color holds well in full sun. Good bud count on strong scapes. Tetraploid.
M
33"
$15.50
 
bertiferris BERTIE FERRIS Winniford '69. 2.5" clear apricot-orange blooms that just go and go from early season on. Very popular. A dormant and good grower! Stout Silver Medal 1980.
E-L
20"
$12.75
 
bethbarth BETH BARTH A large, 6.5" bloomed soft peach with pink ribs and a light yellow overlay. This is a vigorous grower that will surprise you by year two. Stock originally purchased in 2001 when George visited the old Barth Farm in Alna, Maine. M-L 36" $15.50
 
bigbird BIG BIRD
Griesbach-Klehm '81 Huge 7"-8" yellow blooms with cream edge tones. Remember Sesame Street? This is one of many in the series with bird names. They are all worth having. This one has a nice lemon fragrance too!
M-L
36"
$15.50
 
  BIG TIME HAPPY Apps-Blew 1993. 4" soft, slightly ruffled lemon yellow bloom with green throat. A dormant, diploid rebloomer that is fragrant too!
EE
18" $15.50
bitsy BITSY Warner '63. 2" yellow with slight ruffle on a strong but thin scape. Blooms early and straight into fall here. Good throughout most of the US.
E-L
18"
$15.50
 
blackeyedsusan BLACK EYED SUSAN Stevens '83. Dormant, Tetraploid Rebloomer. Goldy yellow 4.4" blooms with distinct maroon eye. High bud count.
M
28"
$15.50
 
blackthorne
BLACKTHORNE Trimmer '96. SE Tetraploid 4.5" light creamy yellow blooms with a touch of peach and a black-purple eye, chartreuse throat. M 28" $15.50
blueberrycandy BLUEBERRY CANDY Stamile '93. Fragrant creamy white ruffled 4" blooms with green throat and purple eye. Dormant Tet.
M
22"
$15.50
 
boldtiger BOLD TIGER Stamile '90. Dormant. 4.25" bright orange with bold red eye and yellow green throat. Recurved, ruffled, fragrant.
M
28"
$15.50
 
bonanza BONANZA Ferrick '54. Yellow bicolor with reddish brown center. Clumps quickly. This is a good plant to use mixed with various native daylilies when trying to quickly cover a large area such as a steep bank. Note the registration date. It's been with us for a while.
M
24"
$17.50
 
breathlessbeauty BREATHLESS BEAUTY Pittard '66. Evergreen. Deep burgundy with yellow throat. Thin petaled but a tall, showy standout after a slow start in spring. Remember: Evergreens in Vermont often need a little protection for best growth.
M
32"
Display
 
brightsunset BRIGHT SUNSET Rudolph '78. Dormant. 6" burnt orange blooms with a darker halo and yellow-green eye. Early blooming and very fragrant. When we first offered it we questioned ourselves but as soon as you see it clumped up you understand it has a place.
E
36" $15.50
 
buttercurls BUTTER CURLS Brother Reckamp '66. Dormant. Very pretty, fragrant, 4" pale creamy yellow with ruffled edges. A real delight that is up there on George's list.
E-M
28"
Display  
butteredpopcorn BUTTERED POPCORN Benzinger '71 Dormant, tetraploid, fragrant, rebloomer. A customer recommendation for those who like tall, 6" blooms and a goldy-yellow standout.
M
32"
$12.75
 
craefreepeach CAREFREE PEACH Klehm '88. Dormant. 3", petite, peachy-apricot blooms with ruffled edge, yellow green throat and a thin rose halo. Lots of blooms!
E-M
27"
$12.75
 
carolyncriswell CAROLYN CRISWELL Harris & Petree '77. 4.5" buff yellow with green throat, ruffled edge. Long blooming.
E-M
22"
$12.75
 
catherineneal CATHERINE NEAL Carpenter '81. SEv 6" velvety, deep purple bloom with green throat. Alex picked this one out for us in 2003 and it's been a great seller since.
M-L
36"
$15.50
 
catherinewoodbery CATHERINE WOODBERY Childs '67. 6" light lavender-orchid with yellow throat. Late summer classic!
M-L
36" $15.50
 
cedarwaxwing CEDAR WAXWING Griesbach-Klehm '79. Dormant. 6" rosy pink blend on strong scapes with many blooms. Always popular, blooming into Labor Day here, often with Cherry Cheeks as a companion. This is another in the series named after birds. We have waxwings nesting in the sugar maples by our house every summer.
M-L
34" $17.50
 
challenger CHALLENGER Stout 1949. George is collecting taller and historic daylilies. Ask him about his strategy. This one is +5 feet tall, medium to dusky brick red with a yellow throat.
M-L
60" $15.50
 
charlesjohnson CHARLES JOHNSTON Gates '81 5" cherry red, fragrant, with green throat. Brilliant in late afternoon.
M
24"
$15.50
 

cherokeestar

CHEROKEE STAR Santa Lucia '95 Cerise red self w/yellow/green throat. 6" bloom. Dormant. tetraploid. M-L 34" $15.50
 
cherrycheeks CHERRY CHEEKS Peck '68. 6" rosy blend with yellow green throat. Velvety. Strong scapes produce and produce until just after Labor Day here. One of Gail's favorites!
M-L
30" $15.50
 
chicagoapachee CHICAGO APACHE Marsh '81. 5" velvety scarlet red with lime green throat and ruffled edge. Blooms into early September here at the nursery but a little later on the hill at 1500 feet. Always popular!
M-L
27"
$15.50
 
chicagoarnieschoice

CHICAGO ARNIES CHOICE

Marsh-Klehm '81. Dormant. Tet. 5.5" light purple with plum halo, green throat. Nice look! Popular.
M
28"
$15.50
 
chicagoblackout CHICAGO BLACKOUT Marsh-Klehm '80 SEv.6" black- red self with a green throat.
M
30" $15.50
 
chicagofire CHICAGO FIRE Marsh '73. Deep, rusty red 6" bloom with yellow-green throat and obvious pale- cream ribs on the outer petals. SEV Tetraploid.
M
34"
$15.50
chicagogoldcoast CHICAGO GOLD COAST Marsh '75. Large 6" gold--stands out from a distance, great placed mid garden where you can enjoy it in the early evening light.
M
28" $15.50
 
chicagoheirloom CHICAGO HEIRLOOM Marsh & Klehm '80. Dormant Tet. 5" creamy lavender blend with darker eye and yellow throat. Pairs well with Chicago Arnies Choice.
M
22" Display  
chicagoknockout CHICAGO KNOCKOUT Marsh-Klehm '80. Tet. 6 inch, deep velvety red petals. Outstanding! One of Gail's favorites!
M
25"
$15.50
 
chicagopeach CHICAGO PEACH Marsh '74. SEv. Tet. A very long blooming peachy-pink. 6" bloom.
M
24"
$15.50
chicagopicoteelace CHICAGO PICOTEE LACE Marsh-Klehm '80 5.5" Victorian shade of creamy light rose with darker eye zone. Ruffled.
M-L
24"

$15.50

 
chicagoprincess CHICAGO PRINCESS Marsh '76. SEv Tet. 5.75" Gail describes this one as a medium purple-rose--very nice shade, especially next to Chicago Picotee Lace.
M
26" $15.50

chicagorainbow CHICAGO RAINBOW Marsh-Klehm '80. Dormant. 6" dark pink with rose blend. Difficult to describe --not your typical "over the rainbow" rainbow--but a nice combination!
E-M
25" Display  
chicagorosy CHICAGO ROSY Marsh '74 SEv Tet. Tall, vigorous, rugged plant with large, 6.5" blooms, medium red with slight orange hue and yellow to green throat. Chicago Cardinal heritage is listed.
M
36" $15.50
chicagosilver CHICAGO SILVER Marsh '73. 6.5" purple, ruffled with a silvery edge and creamy green throat. The edge will clearly catch your eye.
M
30" Display
chicagostar CHICAGO STAR Marsh '70. A very showy 8" goldy yellow bloom that lasts a long time, is visible from long distances. One of Gail's favorites. A semi evergreen.
M
26" $15.50
 
chicagosunrise CHICAGO SUNRISE Marsh '69. SEv. Huge, gold, heavy bloomer on strong scapes. Catches your eye, especially at late evening.
M
28" $15.50
 
chorusline CHORUS LINE David Kirchhoff '81. Evergreen. A heavy bloomer with 3.5" medium rose pink, round blooms, yellow halo and green throat. Very fragrant! E-L 20" $15.50
christmasis CHRISTMAS IS Yancy '79. Dormant. Deep red 4.5" bloom with large, lime green throat. Vigorous so clumps quickly.
M
26"
Display  
christmasribbon CHRISTMAS RIBBON Stamile '91. Dormant. Tetraploid. Eye-catching 9" open bloom. Red with yellow throat M-L 34" $15.50
 
citrina CITRINA A species. Originated in China and often used in hybridizing. Fragrant, pale yellow, nocturnal flowering, quick to clump up. Gail loves this one. The thin scapes, 48" tall, will catch your attention.
M-L
48" $15.50
 
clasycast CLASSY CAST Brooks '93. Semi evergreen. Tet. 5"bloom, coral rose blend w/yellow-green throat
E-M
38" Limited  
classy lassie CLASSY LASSIE Lenington '79. 4.5" cream blooms with a slight hint of yellow-pink, and a chartreuse throat. A semi evergreen diploid.
M
20"
Display  
  COLLIER E.C. Brown 1993. 6" polychrome blooms of blended pink, gold, cream and yellow surrounding a green throat. This semi evergreen tetraploid stands 28-32" tall EM 28" $15.50
condilla

 

CONDILLA

 

Grooms '77. Dormant. A 4.5" deep gold double. For those who enjoy the doubles. Always asked for! E-M 20" $15.50
 
corky CORKY Fischer '59. Dormant. 3" pale yellow, almost on the light green side, similar to the tiny male goldfinch bird prevalent in New Englnd. M 34" Limited  
corrytonpink CORRYTON PINK Kirby '81. Large 6.5" blooms, a nice blend of medium pink. Dormant. Tet. Extended bloom period. Would look great with Russian Sage or Walker's Low Catmint.
E-M
34" $15.50
cosmopolitan COSMOPOLITAN G. Stamile '89. 2.5" tiny dark rose-red blooms. Thin, dark foliage. Very sweet and long blooming. In demand for border plantings.
E-M
18" $15.50
 
countryclub COUNTRY CLUB Wild '74. 6" diamond dusted, soft peachy pink bloom with slight lavender edge and green throat. Dormant.
M
20"
$15.50
 
countryfairwinds COUNTRY FAIR WINDS Klehm. 6" creamy peach with yellow and pink tones, ruffled soft gold edge.
M
25" $15.50
 
countryuncle COUNTRY UNCLE Klehm '88. Dormant. 6" peachy rose bloom with slight ruffled edge and yellow throat. M-L 30" $15.50
 
cream drop CREAM DROP Brother Reckamp '72. Dormant. Small, delicate, soft creamy yellow bloom with green-yellow throat. Long blooming. Good with blues.
M
18" Display
creepycrawler CREEPY CRAWLER Hite '73. Dormant. Tet. Fragrant. 6" golden yellow bloom, chartreuse throat, toothed edges. E-M 30" Display  
crimsonshadows CRIMSON SHADOWS Klehm '87. Dormant. Striking, 5" dark red blooms with darker eye. A winner that blooms late here.
M-L
25"
Display
crystallinepink CRYSTALLINE PINK Stamile '91. 5" medium pink blooms, green throat, extended bloom period. High bud count with multiple, concurrent, overlapping blooms noticeable here. M-L 28" $15.50
 
custardcandy CUSTARD CANDY Stamile '89. Dormant. Rounded and ruffled creamy bloom w/soft burgundy eye, green throat. This subtle beauty has a beautiful gold picotee edge. Nice!
E-M
25" $15.50
 
cuteascanbe CUTE AS CAN BE G. Stamile 2000. SEv. 2" petite, double, medium rosy bloom with darker tones within.
M
12" Display