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Saturday, September 10, 2011

In the Mood for Multiples....

White Noise, I do like pinks:

From the AHS Daylily Database:

White Noise (Trimmer, 2004)
height 30", bloom 6", season EM, Rebloom, Evergreen, Tetraploid, Fragrant, 20 buds, 3 branches, Pink self above pale green throat. (Ed Brown × Tet. Grace Pierce)

New this year and sent as a bonus by hybridizer Paul Owen, Faber Sabre:

Blooming in the pot ghetto...imagine what it will do once planted and given some time to

From the AHS Daylily Database:

Faber Sabre (Owen-P., 2009)
height 28", bloom 7.75", season EM, Rebloom, Semi-Evergreen, Diploid, Fragrant, 24 buds, 4 branches, Bright lemon yellow self above huge green throat. ((Midwest Majesty × Pink Super Spider) × Lady Fingers)

Another bonus....however, this one has been here for a while....and has earned its spot, Scintillating Suzette:

From the AHS Daylily Database:

Scintillating Suzette (Lawler, 2006)
height 30", bloom 6", season M, Rebloom, Dormant, Tetraploid, Fragrant, 15 buds, 3 branches, Light pink with raspberry eye and ruffled gold edge above green throat. (Proud Mary × Wisest of Wizards)

I keep having thoughts of moving this one out as it has a primo spot...then, I see a picture like this or notice, as I did the other day, that it is putting up yet another rebloom scape....sigh. I'm having trouble making the hard cuts (no!)...

Love Spills Over:

From the AHS Daylily Database:

Love Spills Over (Bell-T., 2005) height 26", bloom 6.5", season EM, Rebloom, Evergreen, Tetraploid, Very Fragrant, 25 buds, 4 branches, Lavender pink with lemon watermark and yellow edge above green lemon throat. (unknown × unknown)

Another one I frequently put on the chopping block (but is somehow still here...), Ferengi Gold:

Ferengi Gold (Petit, 1994)
height 19", bloom 5.5", season EM, Dormant, Tetraploid, Flesh pink to yellow polychrome with yellow eyezone above green throat. (Betty Warren Woods × (Emerald Dawn × Betty Warren Woods))


No rain today...*grin*. Attended a daylily meeting today in Maryland and heard about some pretty terrible damage from all the rain up there. We were lucky in my area. And, for maybe the first time, no new daylilies came home with me. Progress! (Okay, I did sort of indicate that I would purchase one from a friend....but, I don't have it...yet.)

I am proud to say that I will soon (after the first of the year) be a board member on one of the daylily clubs I belong to. Ha. I'm looking forward to it, I think. So, I will be making treks north of me a bit more frequently.

Still expecting a few more daylilies for fall delivery....I have no idea where they are going, but somehow, these things work out. And, hopefully, these cooler days will continue and I can get out and get some much needed yard work completed.



Sue Ellen said...

Such beautiful daylilies... No wonder that you have a hard time parting with any of these.

Sue Ellen

Shady Gardener said...

My goodness you have lovely daylilies!!
Should you have to part with some... please contact me!!

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