PICTURE

NAME

DESCRIPTION
E-M-L
HT
$ EACH
 
happyreturns HAPPY RETURNS Apps '86. Small, fragrant lemon yellow. Consistent bloomer through the season. Excellent landscape plant, good for borders, along paths. FYI HR's parents include Suzie Wong and Stella d'Oro.
M-L
18"
$12.75
 
hesperus HESPERUS H.P. Sass '40. Dormant. Large, striking 5" medium yellow blooms with long petals on very tall scapes. 1950 award winner-- 2 years after George was born--do the math. It's one of his favorites!
M-L
48"
$17.50
 
highlandlord HIGHLAND LORD R.W. Munson '83. SEv Tetraploid. Red wine double with touch of yellow in the center, and very nice edge. Special! Does not always double all blooms here. M-L
22"

$15.50

Limited

 
holiday song
HOLIDAY SONG Rasmussen '95. Dormant. Tetraploid. 4.5" pink coral-red blend with red wine-scarlet eyezone and orange throat.
M
22" $15.50
houdini HOUDINI Moldovan '69. Rose violet blend with cream eyezone, green throat. 5" bloom. Magical? M-L
24"

$15.50

 
New for 2015
HUCKLEBERRY CANDY Stamile '98. Dormant. Tetraploid. Fragrant, 4.5" blooms, 20 buds/3 branches per, cream with blue eye and green throat. Exotic Candy is a parent.
EM
20" $15.50
hushlittlebaby HUSH LITTLE BABY Sikes '92. Dormant. 5" rose pink, velvety looking blend, yellow and green throat. Perfect to welcome a new baby. Large plants available for digging too. Ask. M-L
22"
$15.50
 
hyperion HYPERION Mead '25. Very fragrant, pale lemon yellow, thin bloom. Frequently seen near Vermont barns and farmhouses. A number of imposters out there so look carefully. M-L
42"
$17.50
 
imperiallemon IMPERIAL LEMON Harris & Benz '85 SEv. Tetraploid. Large 7" lemon yellow blooms on tall, thick scapes. Everything about this is big including the root system which takes a good knife to split and break up. George does not like the way a rain storm will brown up the ruffled edges of the blooms in short order, detracting quickly from the "big and beautiful". Large specimen in the display garden lower right of path.
M
36"
Display  
indian paintbrush INDIAN PAINTBRUSH Greisbach-Khlem '79 Dormant. Tetraploid. Red bitone, 5" bloom. Not an easy shade to describe in words but a great color to add to blues, purples and bright yellows. As for the wild flower by the same name, use caution if you have allergy issues because some people go into shock at the touch of one of those little flowers.
M
30"
$15.50
 
infinity INFINITY Yancey 1980. An elegant, double dormant that is coral with a tangerine throat. Tall multiple scapes with 5" blooms continue from about the third week of July into mid September here. The color works with about any color but the blues of delphiniums and platycodons and the folaige of Dark Towers Penstemon are garden standouts!
EL
34 $17.50
inwood INWOOD Stamile 2000. Dormant. Tetraploid. Rebloomer Fragrant. 6.5" soft peachy/apricot bloom with distinct plum purple eye and ruffled edge of same purple.
M
25"
$15.50
 
irishelf IRISH ELF Hudson '78 Evergreen. Diploid. Lemon yellow blooms with lime throat on wispy stems. Reblooms. Clumps quickly. E-M
24"
$12.75
 
islandsanddollar ISLAND SAND DOLLAR Klehm '90. 6" creamy pastel blend with ruffled edge, strong scapes, fragrant. Good grower that continues on into September. M-L
36"

Limited

$15.50

 
jamesmarsh JAMES MARSH Marsh '78. Dormant. Tetraploid. Fragrant. Excellent scarlet red that almost glistens, yellow green throat.
M
28"
$12.75
 
janicebrown JANICE BROWN E. Brown '86. Dormant. SEv. 4" rounded pink blooms with large rosy-pink eye, chartreuse throat. Has been used extensively in breeding programs. A popular award winner!
M
22"
$15.50
 
jedifreespirit JEDI FREE SPIRIT Wedgeworth '87. SEv. Diploid. Fragrant. 5.5" pink bitone. This is more pink than peachy which sounds confusing but trust Gail on this. And try not to ask George to explain the apricot-peach-pink continuum or you will be the second one confused.
M
25"
Display  
jen melon JEN MELON Oakes '88. 5.5" gold, fragrant, with green throat. Striking from a distance. Good bloomer over a long period. Renamed "Starstruck" by the mass marketers. This irritates Alex. He is adament: "People have to follow registrations as submitted." M-L
28"
$15.50
 
jerseyspider JERSEY SPIDER Grovatt '73. Dormant.Diploid. Vibrant 8" goldy-yellow bloom with green throat. Blooms again. Takes time but tall!! M-L
46"
$15.50
 
joylenenicole JOYLENE NICOLE Spaulding & Guillory '84. Evergreen. Large 6" deep rose blend with slight peach tone, ruffled edge, slight recurve. A very attractive bloom on a shorter, front-of-the-garden type plant. M-L
14"
$15.50
 
joansenior JOAN SENIOR Durio '77. One of the few evergreen daylilies we sell. Large, slightly recurved and ribbed, cream blooms. Slower to start each spring here in Vermont. Plant in full sun, good soil.
M
26"
$15.50
 
junglebeauty JUNGLE BEAUTY Apps '90. Dormant. Diploid. 5.5" black-red with a yellow throat and black veining. Handles sun very well for being dark petaled. George says it looks better clumped up--much better contrast. Think of 2-3 together.
M
30"

$15.50

Limited in 2017

 
  JUST PLUM HAPPY          
kwanso H. fulva 'Kwanso' Kwanso is one of the double flowering daylilies first noted in Japan in 1712 but having a long prior history including in America during colonial times. The double, orangey-red blooms are obvious although exhibiting a shorter than average bloom time of less than a full day. They are a vigorous grower which displeases some but in the correct location, especially one with damp soil, they provide interest and a historical presence. George has grown the variegated Kwanso flore-pleno but his luck has it always reverting to green leaved in 3-4 years.
M
38"
$15.50
 
ladyfingers LADY FINGERS Peck-Parry '67. Dormant. An interesting spider like, 6" bloom, medium yellow with green throat. Tall slender scapes add to its graceful appearance.
M
38"
$15.50
 
ladylucille LADY LUCILLE This is the unregistered Oakes daylily, not the 2012 registration by Warrell. It's an intense, deep, bright red-orange but best of all it begins to bloom in August here and goes into early September. The 6" blooms stand out from afar against dark green foliage.
ML
26"
$15.50
 
ladyscarlet LADY SCARLET Still interested in the hybridizer's name if anyone can help. Evergreen. Fragrant. Rebloomer. 6" ruffled red blooms with bright yellow throat. Seems close, maybe the same as Scarlet Orbit. M-L
22"
Display
LAST MAN STANDING Benz 2000. It's late, it has 5 way branching and lots and lots of buds, it's fragrant, it blooms again. 4.5" rosy-red bitone blooms with green throats. Available potted or freshly dug.
Late
26"
$17.50
 
latepink LATE PINK We're still looking for the name of the hybridizer on this one too. This is a rose pink for the last of August and into September here. It has strong, thick scapes and the pink is solid. Just what you want for that Labor Day time frame of color. On George's list of best daylilies.
L
30"
Display  
stardust LAVENDER STARDUST J. Carpenter '91 Dormant. Diploid. Beautiful 5.5" ruffled lavender bloom that sparkles. Soft green throat with a yellow halo color that's best in morning sun. M-L
26"
$15.50
leebeaorangecrush LEEBEA ORANGE CRUSH Gates '78. SEv. An All America Winner. 6" orange blooms with red eye, fragrant and striking! George hates to see the last bud on this one. Very nice! E-M
20"
$12.75
 
lemonlily LEMON LILY A species daylily for early season color. Often spotted by roadsides and New England cellar holes, this fragrant daylily is one of the slowest growers. That's the part interested gardeners don't know about so we try to remind everyone what to expect. E-M
24"
$17.50
 
lemonlollypop LEMON LOLLYPOP Simpson '85. Fragrant, nocturnal bloomer with 2.75" lemon yellow blooms almost all summer, taking just a short break mid-season. Clumps fast. E-L
24"
$12.75
 
leprechaunswealth LEPRECHAUN'S WEALTH Hudson '74. Petite, 2.75" round orange-apricot blooms with lots of texture and ruffled edge. Semi-evergreen E-M
16"
Display
liltinglavender LILTING LAVENDER Childs '73. Dormant, fragrant. A striking 8" spider like lilac bloom with large yellow center and green throat. An eye catcher and good bloomer. M-L
30"
$21.00
 
limefrost LIME FROST Stamile '90.Dormant. Tetraploid. Outstanding, fragrant, 5.5" creamy white blend with green throat. It sparkles! Combine with two of our late favorites, Pastel Pink and Late Pink for a real attention grabber! Late
28"
$17.50
 
  LITTLE GRAPETTE          
littlemissy LITTLE MISSY Cruse '75. Light purple-red blend with slight white edges and yellow throat. Takes a while to clump but then makes an eye catcher with lots of blooms.
M
28"
Display  
littlepuimpkinface LITTLE PUMPKIN FACE Klehm. Dormant. 2" round, petite, goldy-yellow bloom with maroon eye. Lots of blooms.
M
20"
$12.75
 
littlewinecup LITTLE WINE CUP Carter-Powell '70. 2-3" wine red with small green throat.
E
20"
Display
lullabybaby LULLABY BABY

W. Spaulding '75. Semi Evergreen. Diploid. Fragrant. 3.5" very light, soft pink with green throat. Another for the "new baby" gift list.

E-M-L
21"
$15.50
 
lustyleland LUSTY LELAND Peck '70. 6.5" strong, velvety, red with green throat. This is a popular red that really stands out.
M
28"
Display
New Here. MAGIC AMETHYST Stamile 1996. Dormant. Tetraploid. An amethyst-purple blend with yellow-green throat. Vigorous grower, good bud count. Light fragrance. EM 28" $15.50
majestic hue
MAJESTIC HUE Blaney '94. Dormant. Tetraploid. 5.5" bloom. Blush lavender with light green throat.
M
30" $15.50
 
  MAJESTIC MOVE          
mallard MALLARD Griesbach & Klehm '79. Dormant Tetraploid. 6" bloom. Red. Another from the bird series that George likes. Will field dig from lower garden. Ask.
M
26"
15.50
 
mardi gras parade MARDI GRAS PARADE Kroll '92. Dormant. Diploid. Sweet 3.75" lavender-rose blooms with a wine colored eye and green throat. E-M
24"
$15.50
mariska MARISKA Moldovan '84. Dormant. Tetraploid. 6.5" beautiful pink blend with orchid tones, lemon green throat. Reblooms mid season on.
M
28"

Limited.

$15.50

 
marque moon MARQUE MOON Trimmer '99 Dormant. Tetraploid. Creamy white with gold edge and green throat. 5.25" blooms, fragrant, on 28" plant. We have gallon pots & also have some larger plants for field digging. M-L
28"
$15.50
maunaloa MAUNA LOA Roberts '79. Dormant. Tetraploid. Lightly ruffled amber orange blend, large 5" blooms and green throat.
M
25"
$15.50
 
  MIDNIGHT RAIDER          
mightychestnut MIGHTY CHESTNUT Blanney '94 Dormant. Tetraploid. 5.5" chestnut brown with a burgundy eye and orange throat. Cross from two old favorites: Chicago Apache and Black Eyed Susan. M-L
30"
$15.50
minipearl MINI PEARL Jablonski '82. Peachy-pink with yellow green throat, noticeably shiny, dark green leaves. Blooms for a long period and clumps quickly. Mixes well with softer colors and is a great contrast with blues and violets. M-L
18"
$15.50
 
missamelia MISS AMELIA Still cannot locate the name of the hybridizer on this one. This is a delicate, 3.5" pale yellow bloom on a 30" scape. It starts in July here and blooms into October. It is prolific and has great companion plant possibilities. I hope a good hybridizer someplace is making use of all the good points in this seldom mentioned daylily. E-M
30"
$15.50
 
misstinkerbell MISS TINKERBELL Dormant. Light peachy pink 4" blooms with rose eye. A very nice border plant. Rebloomer.
M
18"
Display  
missvictoria MISS VICTORIA Semi evergreen. 4" bright yellow bloom, fragrant & vigorous.When we put the daylilies to bed around Columbus Day, this one is still blooming! E-L
24"
Display
missouribeauty MISSOURI BEAUTY Wild '75. Tall, free flowing light lemon yellow. Nice with blues and pinks.
M
34"
$12.75
 
modern design MODERN DESIGN Rasmussen '89 Dormant. Tetraploid. Rebloomer. 4" light apricot bloom with a very dark plum eyezone & green throat. Plum colored picotee edge of petals and near center. This one blooms from July until several hard frosts. Vermont hardy for sure!!
M
24"
$15.50
monterrey jack
MONTERREY JACK Trimmer '96. Cream yellow w/wine red eye and green troat. Dormant. Tetraploid. 24" plant but 5.5" diameter bloom. Stand out!
E
24"
$15.50
mosesfire MOSES FIRE Joiner 1998. Dormant. Tetraploid. 6" double red bloom with a touch of gold on the edge and green throat. Reblooms. Noticeable bloom size variation through season here. M-L 24" $15.50
mymelindawalters1 MY MELINDA Warner '84. Dormant Tetraploid Extended bloom. 4" rosy pink with pale pink midribs. Small, golden yellow band near the center of rounded petals.
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24"
Display
myreggaetiger MY REGGAE TIGER Heemskert '06. Dormant. 5.5" full orange blooms with yellow tone over and wine eye zone. One of the best oranges according to Gail's eye. Think about a garden of just orange daylilies!
M
30"
Display
mysweetrose1 MY SWEET ROSE Kroll '92. Dormant. Fragrant. Extended Bloom Period. 5.5" very nice shade of rose w/subtle cream midribs down center of petals. Ruffled edges.
M
26"
Display  

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