PICTURE
NAME
DESCRIPTION
E-M-L
HT

$

EACH

 
saharasands SAHARA SANDS Klehm '88. Dormant. Tetraploid. 6.5" light cream blend with green throat. It blooms late and continues blooming into cooler temperatures although blooms decrease in size. Gail is fond of this one! Lots of possibilities with companion plants.
L
28"
$15.50
 
sammyrussell SAMMY RUSSELL Russell '51. Dormant. Diploid. Deep reddish medium sized blooms on tall scapes. The history here is worthy of your garden.
L
30"
Display
 
sandraelizabeth SANDRA ELIZABETH D. Stevens 1983. Dormant. Tetraploid. 6" lemon yellow bloom that's just great for late summer color. This is a slow grower but once it clumps up the bloom works ever so well with Vermont's autumn color. VL 30" $19.00
scarletorbit SCARLET ORBIT L.L. Gates 1984. Evergreen--one of the very few we grow. Tetraploid. A 6" red self with chartreuse throat with petals that open flat. One of its parents is Charles Johston. It reblooms, taking a brief break the end of July here after an earlier bloom period and then it blooms on into early September. Can use along a path/walkway and into mid garden because of height and bloom offering. E-L 24" $15.50
scottishfantasy SCOTTISH FANTASY Moldovan '96. Semi evergreen. Tetraploid. Gail says it's difficult to describe the color but perhaps that's because there are 5 daylilies involved in the heritage. 5.5" blooms. The American Hemerocallis Society database describes it as "Rose pink blend with reddish rose halo and lemon to bright green throat. South Seas is one of the chief parents and who cannot like that one?.
M
28"
$15.50
 
selmarose SELMA ROSE

Yancy '86 Semi Evergreen. Diploid. 6" subtle rose shade with a silvery tone to it. Nice with lavenders or soft yellows. Fragrant. An early summer surprise!

 

E-M
26"
$15.50
 
siloamamazinggrace SILOAM AMAZING GRACE Henry '80. Dormant. Diploid. 5.5" heavily ruffled, slightly recurved beautiful shade of yellow with small green throat. We recommend this all the time as a house gift. Fragrant and long blooming.
E-M
24"
$15.50
 
siloambabytalk SILOAM BABY TALK Henry '82. Miniature pale, peachy pink with slightly darker washed eye, heavy veining and ruffled edge. A long bloomer and award winnner. Obviously it's another possibility for a shower gift..."baby" not "rain".
E-M
16"
Display
 
siloambuttonbox SILOAM BUTTON BOX Henry '76. Dormant. Diploid. 4.5" cream with maroon eye and green throat.
E-M
20"
Display
 
siloamdoubleclassic SILOAM DOUBLE CLASSIC

Henry '86. Dormant. Diploid. Rosy pink double bloom. Multiple award winner. Heavy bloomer.

E-M
22"
Display
siloamdreambaby SILOAM DREAM BABY Henry '80. Dormant. Diploid. Ruffled apricot with purple eyezone. Long blooming.
M
18"

Display

siloamnugget SILOAM NUGGET Henry '76. Brightly colored, almost luminescent in the morning, 5" orange blooms, cupped, with green throat. Showy and blooms again towards fall here. E-M 20"
$12.75
 
siloampaulwatts SILOAM PAUL WATTS Henry '88. 4.75" deep, velvety red, ruffled, with green throat. Continues to bloom late and has bloomed until Columbus Day here when heavy frosts say "No more!"
M-L
20"
Display
 
siloampeonydisplay SILOAM PEONY DISPLAY Henry '91. Dormant. Fragrant. Reblooming. Extended Bloom. A double bloom 4.5" soft peachy-apricot with soft yellow halo and green throat. One of the best of the Pauline Henry Siloams.
M
18"
$17.50
 
SILOAM PINK PETITE Henry '75. Dormant. Diploid. Very sweet 3" soft pink blooms with deep pink eye and green throat.
M
22"
Display
 
SILOAM ROYAL PRINCE Henry '84. Dormant. Diploid. 4" deep burgundy-plum with green throat and ruffles.
M
19"
Display
siloamshowgirl SILOAM SHOW GIRL Henry '81. Dormant. Diploid. 4.25" rounded red bloom with deeper red eye and green throat. Blooms a long time.
M
18"
Display
siloamspaceage SILOAM SPACE AGE Henry '71. Dormant. Diploid. 6" yellow blooms with green throat. Very showy and bright from a distance. M-L 25" Display  
silversprite SILVER SPRITE Munson '83. Evergreen. Tetraploid. 5" lavender-purple with creamy throat. Reblooms.
M
20"

Display

 
sinbadsailor SINBAD SAILOR Moldovan '80 Dormant. 6" silvery lavender-orchid with a creamy watermark center and light green throat. M-L 28"
$15.50
 
sirblackstem SIR BLACKSTEM Hager '88. Evergreen.Diploid. 2.5" orange-yellowy brown bicolor, bellshaped blooms with dark mahogany red scapes and buds. Popular in British Isles. Reblooms and holds up into September here. Of interest to hybridizers. E-M-L 24"
Display
 
sirmodred SIR MODRED Webster '90 Dormant. Tetraploid. 5.5" black red blooms with yellow throat. One of the nicest dark daylilies. Fragrant. Bama Bound is one of its parents. The registered name confuses me because sometimes it is spelled "Mordred" but it is registered as I have written it. King Arthur and Modred fought and neither did well. M 26"
$15.50
smugglersnotch SMUGGLERS NOTCH Olallie Daylilies. Not Registered. 5" soft yellow blooms, excellent bud count and branching for September color. 34" tall. George just divided these last fall so 2017 plants will be smaller until late July. Ask about fan size when ordering these.
L
34" $17.50
soft summer night SOFT SUMMER NIGHT Stamile '95. Dormant. Tetraploid. Fragrant. Rebloomer. 5" soft peachy pink bloom with rose-pink eye. Ruffled. George loves this one and has a couple rows down by the river that are 5 years old. Potted for sure, or maybe field dug. Ask George.
EM
25"
$17.50
solovely SO LOVELY Lenington '69. SEv. Pale yellow with slightly ruffled edge. A fragrant beauty, late to flower, August into September here and matches Miss Amelia for length of bloom. Lots of companion plant possibilities.
M-L
32"
$12.75
 
southseas SOUTH SEAS Moldovan '93. Dormant. Tetraploid. Rebloomer. 5.5" coral red with coral band and yellow green throat. Registered as "tangerine" coral. Fragrant and long blooming. "The" best coral. One of George's favorites! Chicago Apache is a parent.
M
30"
$15.50
 
spanish glow SPANISH GLOW Salter '88. SEv. Tetraploid. 5.5" ruffled, slightly recurved, velvety, peachy apricot, lots of buds, long bloom time, green throat. Strong! Extra large plants also available field dug. Rows down by the river, bottom left of main daylily field. Go see.
M-L
28"
$15.50
 
sparklingorange SPARKLING ORANGE Barth '73. Dormant. Tetraploid. 6" bright gold orange blooms. Fragrant. Nocturnal. Reblooms. From the farm at Alna, Maine. E-M 34"
$15.50
 
spellbinder SPELLBINDER S.H. Baker '73. Dormant. Diploid. 6" bright tangerine orange blooms on tall scapes. Fragrant. Striking! We sell a number of these and also Sparkling Orange because they are so brilliant even from a distance. M-L 34"
$15.50
 
spiderman SPIDER MAN Durio '82. Dormant. Tetraploid. 7.5" starshaped velvety red spider-like blooms with chartreuse yellow throat and large presentation. E-M 28"
Display
 
spidermiracle SPIDER MIRACLE Henricks '86. Dormant. Diploid. 8.5", large and spider-like creamy yellow with subtle lime green center extending onto petals. This is an unusual form spider. More yellow than George's late day picture.
M
32"
$15.50
spiritual corridor SPIRITUAL CORRIDOR Hanson '92. Semi Evergreen. Fragrant. 6" lavender rose bloom with large, creamy-yellow eye and picotee edge.
EM
25"
$15.50
starling STARLING Griesbach-Klehm '81. Dormant. Tetraploid. Another in the series named after birds we know. A deep chocolate red with green-yellow throat. Many more garden possibilities with companion plants than the birds that show up here in late winter, hungry and cleaning out the suet and feeders. E-M 28"
$15.50
 
steeple jackie
STEEPLE JACKIE Saxton '99. Dormant. Diploid. 5 foot tall, heavy branching, tons of 3.5" soft yellow blooms inc. yellow throat. And fragrant too! George loves any daylily that is tall!
Late
5 feet $17.50
 
stelladoro STELLA D'ORO Jablonski '72. Miniature yellow-gold with green heart. Reblooms. You've seen this plant by the millions planted in masses within city landscapes. That's because it's dependable and blooms without much attention. It gets a little taller by year 2-3 than many catalogs list. Try with any of the many perennial salvias as the reds, blues and purples are a nice contrast. P.S. Stella d'Oro + Suzie Wong = Happy Returns. E-L 18"
$10.50
 
  STELLA SUPREME 3" soft lemon yellow blooms with green throat and mild citrus fragrance.
E-M
18"
$12.75
STEPHANIE RETURNS Apps-Blew 2006. Dormant. Diploid. Deep rose-mauve bitone, rose eye, green-yellow throat and rose veining. Special for its high bud count, fragrance and early presentation that really pleases. And...it keeps blooming!
E
28" $15.50
stolen treasure
STOLEN TREASURE

Dougherty '97 Dormant. Diploid. 6.5" pink bitone with cream color border, green throat. Plant in slight shade for darker pink as in picture.

 

E-M 26" $15.50
strawberrycandy STRAWBERRY CANDY Stamile '90. SEv. Tetraploid. 4" berry pink blend with rosy red eyezone and a golden green throat. Ruffled petals and long blooming. One of the most popular of Stamile's various "candy" series. E-M 26"
$12.75
 
streaker STREAKER McKinney '75. SEv.Diploid. 4.5" cream-pink blend with dark mauve eye and yellow green throat. Reblooms. E-M 20"
Display
 
struttersball STRUTTERS BALL Moldovan '84. Dormant. Tetraploid. Deep purple with silvery edge, white watermark and yellow throat. George is always surprised he doesn't see more SB in Vermont gardens. A real attention grabber once it clumps up.
M
28"
$15.50
 
  SUMMER BLUSH Trimmer 1995. Dormant. Tetraploid. Creamy pink with light red eyezone and green throat. Fragrant.
M
30"
$15.50
summerwine SUMMER WINE Wild '74. Dormant. Diploid. 4.5" rosy-burgundy with green-yellow throat. Contrasts well with light shades, Simple but always popular here.
M
28" Display  
sundaygloves SUNDAY GLOVES LeBegue & Rogers '85. Dormant. Diploid. Really graceful 5" creamy white ruffled bloom with a pale yellow eye. E-M 27"
$15.50
New for 2015
SUN DRIED TOMATOES Klehm '95. Dormant. Tetraploid. 6" bloom, tomato red blend with golden-green throat. Recurved petals with pie crust ruffles. Holds red in sun. M-L 32" $17.50
superhonor1 SUPER HONOR Dove '86. Dormant. Diploid. Fragrant. Extended Bloom. 6" beautiful ruffled purple bloom with lemon-lime throat and dark purple band.
ML
25"
$15.50
susanelizabeth SUSAN ELIZABETH Barth '82. Dormant. Tetraploid. Huge 7.5" striking deep yellow blooms with slight gold tone. Very showy from a distance, clumps quickly and is happy in Vermont's climate. Originally grown in Alna, Maine. If you like this one, try Alnas Pride, Sparkling Orange or Beth Barth. Blooms into late August here with some bloom around Labor Day. E-M 28"
$17.50
 
suziewong SUZIE WONG Kennedy '62. Dormant. Diploid. Early blooming with lots and lots of 4" pale yellow bloom. Fragrant. A parent of the popular "Happy Returns". Gail likes this one!
E
24"
$12.75
 
sweet tart SWEET TART Bennett '97 Dormant. Diploid. A beautiful peach shade with a small gold throat. Ruffled edges, diamond dusted 5" blooms. Very popular!
M-L
26"
$15.50
 
tetrinasdaughter TETRINAS DAUGHTER Fay '71. Semi evergreen. Tetraploid. 5" yellow blooms on strong, thick 48" scapes. Nocturnal. Fragrant. Instrumental in one of the world's taller daylilies, Notify Ground Control. One of George's absolute favorites. There are a number planted on the left of the entrance to the daylily display garden. Look down from the parking area and you might well notice them. Large clumps also available from garden by hosta display garden.
M
48"
$17.50
 
texassunlight TEXAS SUNLIGHT J. Lewis '81. Dormant. Diploid. Small 2.75" rounded golden yellow-orange blooms, tall growing, with lots of buds. An award winner which will compete well with Miss Amelia for height, bloom time and bud count.
M
28"
Display
 
thejurysout THE JURY'S OUT Apps 2000. Dormant. Diploid. In typical Apps fashion, a daylily with good branching, lots of 4" blooms. Trumpet shaped blooms on long scapes--often exeeding 60 buds after a couple-three years. Reblooms. Vigorous grower that will surprise even from year one. Yes, later blooming.
Late
33"

 

$17.50

 
  TIGER EYE HAGER Hagerstrom-Wadekamper 1987. Dormant. Tetraploid. Tan polychrome with brown eyezone and gold-green throat. 8" blooms are an attention getter. George goes for this one because he likes Decatur Bullseye too. This is a vigorous grower, registered at 36" tall but growing taller if watered and well fed. Don't let it clump heavily or the bud count will decrease quickly.
M
40"
$17.50
tigerkitten TIGER KITTEN G. Stamile '89 Dormant. Tetraploid. One great little daylily, says Gail! 3" bloom, rounded, recurved. A strong, "good" orange with a large dark red eye. Shorter plant but the bloom count makes it appear much larger. Walk down to see them in the growing field. M-L 22"
$15.50
Tigerling TIGERLING Stamile '89. Dormant. Tetraploid. 3.75" bloom, light orange with bright red eyezone, green throat. Fragrant. Blooms again.
M
25"
$15.50
  TIGER SWIRL Rasmussen 2000. A large, showy 7" gold bloom with a deep red eyezone and a yellow green throat. Good scape height and fragrant too.
M
32"
$17.50
toddmonroe TODD MONROE Sholar '74. Dormant. Diploid. 3.25" bitone of cream/buff with bright fuchsia red eyezone and green throat. E-M 22"
Display
tuscawillatigress TUSCAWILA TIGRESS Hansen '88. Semi evergreen. Tetraploid. 7.25" bright orange with dark orange eyezone and chartreuse throat. Nocturnal. Add to your orange collection. Stoliniferous. E-M 25"
$15.50
valleymonster VALLEY MONSTER Powell '84. Dormant. Tetraploid. Huge 9" spidery medium gold blooms with cinnamon edges, green throat. Nocturnal and fragrant. Long bloom period. M-L 34
$21.00
 
verabiaglow1 VERA BIAGLOW Moldovan '94. Dormant. Tetraploid. Extended bloom period. 5" rosy pink bloom with yellow center. Blooms through August here and into early September.
ML
28"
$15.50
waysidegreenlamp WAYSIDE GREENLAMP Marsh-Klehm . Dormant. Tetraploid. A beautiful daylily, difficult to describe in words. A peach blend with rose highlights, ivory midribs and a lemon yellow blended throat. The pastel mix makes you stop and look. Not well documented or widely available but worth adding to your collection.
L
32"
$15.50
 
waysidekingroyale WAYSIDE KING ROYALE Klehm & Elsey '87 Dormant. Tetraploid. 7" deep, deep purple with green throat. Fragrant. Outstanding! Vigorous grower.
M
36"
$15.50
 
wedding band
WEDDING BAND Stamile '87. Semi Evergreen. Tetraploid. 5.5" cream-white edged pale yellow with green throat. We have been growing these in an old garden at the house and finally remembered to bring them to the flower farm.
M
26" $15.50
 
westernsandstone WESTERN SANDSTONE Klehm '95 Dormant. Tetraploid. 5.5" ruffled blooms. Sandstone blend of tan, peach and soft yellow with a green throat. A heavy bloomer.
M-L
42" $15.50
 
  WHEN MY SWEETHEART RETURNS Apps 2000. Dormant. Diploid. 4" ruffled, soft peachy-yellow blooms with rose colored eye and a lemon throat. 30 buds, 4 way branching. Janice Brown is a parent--note the eye.
M
24" $17.50
whiteformal WHITE FORMAL Lenington '65. SEv. Diploid. 5.5" very soft, creamy white with slight pale yellow tone and small green throat. (More cream colored than George's picture here)
M
30"
Display
 
whitetemptation WHITE TEMPTATION Sellers '76. SEv. Diploid. 5" creamy white blooms with ruffled edge and yellow green throat. Amend soil well for best bloom.
M
32"
$15.50
 
windsorcastle WINDSOR CASTLE D.F. Hall '66. Dormant. Diploid. 5" very pretty shade of medium rose-peach with melon throat. Reblooms.
M
32"
Display
 
wineberrycandy WINEBERRY CANDY Stamile '90. Dormant. Tetraploid. Medium lavender pink, ruffled and rounded blooms, green throat. An award winner that keeps blooming and blooming here. Fragrant. M-L 24"
$12.75
 
WINNING WAYS Wild '63. Dormant. Diploid. 6" soft yellow blooms with light green tone and a small green throat. E-M 36"
Display
 
witchhazel WITCH HAZEL Griesbach-Klehm '79 Dormant. Tetraploid. 7" Rust orange-cinnamon gold blend with lighter mid ribs, ruffled edges, green throat. George goes for this one. Not commonly seen. Real good strength. M-L 34"
$17.50
 
woodduck WOOD DUCK Griesbach & Klehm '79. Dormant. Tetraploid. A really nice older daylily from what George calls "The Bird Collection". This 5.5" pink blend bloom has a yellow eye and slightly darker pink halo, and prominent rib. Nice with White Temptation. Collect with Cedar Waxwing, Ruby Throat, Big Bird, Starling, Mallard.
M
28"
Limited
Availability in 2017.
woodside romance WOODSIDE ROMANCE Apps '95. Dormant. Diploid. Fragrant. 5" rounded, ruffled, rose pink blooms, diamond dusted with lots of buds for long bloom period.
M
27"
$15.50
woodsideruby1 WOODSIDE RUBY Apps '89 SEv. Diploid 4.5" deep ruby red bloom with green throat on a tall scape. Lots of potential!
M
34"

Display

 

Available again in 2016.
yellowbouquet YELLOW BOUQUET Webster '83. Dormant. Diploid. Double, light yellow 3" blooms which go on and on producing. EE-L 18"
Display
yellowlollypop1 YELLOW LOLLIPOP Crochet '80. Dormant. Diploid. 2.25" deep yellow that really produces all season long. Gail always includes it in gardens planted at schools so there is guaranteed color into September when school has just started. E-M 18"
$12.75
 
yellowmammoth YELLOW MAMMOTH Powell '84. Dormant. Tetraploid. Nocturnal bloomer. Very fragrant. An outstanding 10" lemon yellow spider with green throat. For the collector. Reblooms. M-L 36"
$21.00