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Cabbage Flower

Cabbage Flower

(Kirchhoff 1984) An award winning pastel lemon yellow double which has proved to be consistent in our garden. A real charmer, even to those (such as Andy!) who profess not to like doubles. Registered as extra early but blooms a bit later here.

Height: 17"(43cm). Flower: 4.5"(12cm)

DiploidEvergreenEarly season

Price: £5.50

Cameroons

Cameroons

(Munson 1984) This different and fascinating daylily is a rich claret purple colour complemented by a chalky pink eyezone and a yellow to green throat. The form is irregular and the sepals twist and curl attractively. Outstanding.

Height: 28"(70cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Evergreen Midseason

Price: £7

Canadian Border Patrol

Canadian Border Patrol

(Salter 1995) Ivory cream with a purple eyezone and edge. One of the best picotee edged daylilies.

Height: 28"(60cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £9.50

Candor

Candor

(Whatley 1988) A majestic, ruffled, creamy white of good substance with a large green throat. Strong, well branched scapes with many buds. One of the best near whites but rarely offered for sale.

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £6.50

Cantique

Cantique

(Bryant 1986) A fine, clear pink flower with a tiny green throat. A daylily that deserves wider recognition.

Height: 22"(56cm). Flower: 5.25"(14cm)

Diploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £4

Carlotta

Carlotta

(Millikan 1986) Round and ruffled cherry red and pink blend.

Height: 25"(62cm). Flower: 4.5"(11cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £5

Cartwheels

Cartwheels

(Fay 1956) Deep yellow flowers, the segments of which resemble the spokes of a wheel. Although the petals are relatively narrow, this historic cultivar represented a step towards the modern rounded form. Stout Medal winner 1966. AGM.

Height: 30"(76cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)approx.

Diploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £2.50

Catherine Neal

Catherine Neal

(Carpenter. J 1981) Stunning deep purple flowers of round and ruffled form. Not as late blooming here as registered but usually mid to late season.

Height: 30"(76cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

DiploidDormantLate season

Price: £4

Catherine Woodbery

Catherine Woodbery

(Childs 1967) One of the classic daylilies. An ethereal blend of lavender, pink and cream with a pale green throat. Delicate looking and graceful.

Height: 30"(76cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Diploid Dormant Midseason Late season

Price: £4

Caviar

Caviar

(Moldovan1984) An extremely dark maroon red or "black-red" with a small yellow green throat. Highly recommended where dark colours are required.

Height: 26"(65cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

TetraploidDormantMidseason

Price: £4

Celestial City

Celestial City

(Moldovan 1990) A beautiful pastel flower of ivory, blushed with pale lavender and edged white. Has a yellow green throat. Very pretty.

Height: 23"(58cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

TetraploidEvergreenEarly season

Price: £5

Chance Encounter

Chance Encounter

(Stamile 1994) An attractive and unusual shade of pink, registered as a raspberry rose blend. Petals are ruffled with a hint of a fine gold edge. Really stands out from the crowd.

Height: 25"(63cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Early season Midseason

Price: £9

Charles Johnston

Charles Johnston

(Gates 1983) Round, lightly ruffled, cherry red with a distinctive bluish cast and a yellow green throat. A daylily of the highest quality.

Height: 24"(61cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £4

Charlie Pierce Memorial

Charlie Pierce Memorial

(Pierce 1987) Large, round and ruffled mauve pink with a deeper almost purple eye and a green throat. A delightful and much sought after daylily. Really choice.

Height: 24"(60cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £5

Cherry Cheeks

Cherry Cheeks

(Peck 1968). A daylily that has stood the test of time. The deep cherry pink blooms always seem shiny and fresh. Black anthers contrast with a creamy throat to make a distinctive flower.

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason Late season

Price: £4

Cherry Eyed Pumpkin

Cherry Eyed Pumpkin

(Kirchhoff 1991) A pumpkin coloured flower with a red eye. Usually a rounded flower but sometimes gives triangular blooms here.

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower: 5.75"(13cm)

TetraploidSemi-evergreenEarly season

Price: £5

Chestnut Lane

Chestnut Lane

(Blyth 1981) An eyecatching daylily from Australia. Tall and stately, the flower is golden-brown with a rich chestnut eyezone and a gold throat.

Height: 36"(91cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Tetraploid Evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £4

Chicago Antique Tapestry

Chicago Antique Tapestry

(Marsh - Klehm 1985) One of the later "Chicagos", this refined rose pink flower has darker veining and a texture that imparts a slightly stippled effect. Very rare.

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower: 5.5" (14cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £5

Chicago Apache

Chicago Apache

(Marsh 1981) Ruffled, deep scarlet self. One of the most popular reds and a better performer than many more recent (and expensive ! ) introductions in this colour range. Also a very willing pod parent.

Height: 27"(69cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £4

Chicago Fire

Chicago Fire

(Marsh 1973) Fiery, orange –red flowers and an impressive flower production. Wonderful for the hot border!

Height: 34"(86cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £4

Chicago Knobby

Chicago Knobby

(Marsh 1974) Purple with a deeper centre with tightly ruffled petal edges.

Height: 22"(56cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £4

Chicago Picotee Memories

Chicago Picotee Memories

(Marsh-Klehm 1987) A creamy white flower with a vivid purple eyezone and matching picotee edge. Still one of the best eyed and edged daylilies for our climate.

Height: 30"(76cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Early season Midseason

Price: £5.50

Chicago Queen

Chicago Queen

(Marsh 1974) Mauve-purple flowers are produced in abundance on this fine garden plant. A favourite here.

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £4

Chicago Royal

Chicago Royal

(Marsh 1970) Very large flowers of rich plum purple. Taller than registered.

Height: 24"(61cm). Flower: 7"(18cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £3.50

Chicago Royal Robe

Chicago Royal Robe

(Marsh 1977) Reddish purple flower with a green throat. Still one of the most popular in this colour range.

Height: 25"(63.5cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Early season

Price: £3.50

Chicago Sugar Plum

Chicago Sugar Plum

(Marsh-Klehm 1980) Flowers of a striking lavender purple blend with greenish yellow throat and a deeper halo.

Height: 20"(51cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Early season Midseason

Price: £5

Chicago Sunrise

Chicago Sunrise

(Marsh 1969) Huge broad petalled flowers in bright egg-yolk yellow. Produces an exceptionally high number of blooms when established.

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Tetraploid Evergreen Midseason

Price: £3.50

China Bride

China Bride

(Guidry 1989) A study in pink, this bitone has rose pink petals and cream pink sepals. A beautiful daylily.

Height: 24"(61cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Diploid Evergreen Early season

Price: £5.50

Christmas Is

Christmas Is

(Yancey 1979) Brilliant scarlet flowers with a huge lime green throat. In our garden it tends to be shorter and slightly smaller than as registered. Much admired and in great demand.

Height: 26"(66cm). Flower: 4.5"(11cm)

Diploid Dormant Early season Midseason

Price: £4

Civil Law

Civil Law

(Millikan 1990) Ruffled flowers that are a blend of cream and greenish yellow.

Height: 26"(65cm). Flower: 4.5"(11cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £4

Comanche Eyes

Commanche Eyes

(Guidry 1985) Pink and cream bicolour with a rose eyezone and a yellow throat.

Height: 24"(61cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Diploid Evergreen Early season

Price: £5

Concord

Concord

(Kennedy 1985) This flower is a most attractive and unusual mauve purple colour, described as mulberry rose. The form is round, ruffled and recurved. Very rare.
*Although registered as evergreen, we have found it to be dormant here.

Height: 30"(76cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Tetraploid Evergreen Midseason

Price: £6

Condilla

Condilla

(Grooms 1977) Impeccable double flowers of pure gold (that's the colour !) from this multiple award winner. If you like doubles this is a "must have". If you don't, this one may change your mind. L.A.A. winner 1991.

Height: 20"(51cm). Flower: 4.5"(12cm)

Diploid Dormant Early season Midseason

Price: £4.50

Cool Jazz

Cool Jazz

(Kirchhoff 1987) Pristine shell pink flowers with wide, ruffled petals. In hot weather, the sepals are a lighter cream pink.

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Tetraploid Evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £4

Country Melody

Country Melody

(Klehm 1987) A delightful rich rose pink flower with a soft yellow halo. The form is very round with neat ruffled edges to the petals.

Height: 30"(76cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

TetraploidDormantMidseason

Price: £4

Court Magician

Court Magician

(Munson 1987) A wide, ruffled flower of lavender-purple with a chalky cream eyezone and a yellow to green throat. The petals and sepals are outlined by a thin white edging.

Height: 26"(76cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £5.50

Dancing Shiva

Dancing Shiva

(Moldovan 1974) A medium pink flower with a green yellow throat. One of the first true pink tetraploids.

Height: 22"(56cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Early season

Price: £4

Dance Ballerina Dance

Dance Ballerina Dance

(Peck 1978) This famous daylily was a milestone in breeding round and ruffled flowers. Apricot pink with frills and ruffles. Overcrowding of buds may restrict flowers from opening fully so some thinning out may be helpful.

Height: 24"(61cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £4.50

Dan Tau

Dan Tau

(Smith 1981) Cream suffused with green which extends out from the throat. A beauty.

Height: 24"(61cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Early season

Price: £5

Daring Reflections

Daring Reflection

(Guidry 1986) Dark and mysterious wine - purple blend with a deeper shadow surrounding a lime green throat. The wide, ruffled blooms always open early and hold well throughout the day.

Height: 17"(43cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Diploid Dormant Early season Midseason

Price: £4.50

Darrell

Darrell

(Durio 1981) Beautiful big flower of light butter yellow with a green throat.

Height: 26"(65cm). Flower: 7"(18cm)

Tetraploid Evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £4.50

Delightsome

Delightsome

(Sikes 1986) Round and ruffled, clearest pink blooms of silky smooth texture. A friend of ours used to take a chair down the garden to enjoy this flower in comfort!

Height: 16"(41cm). Flower: 4.75"(12cm)

Diploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £5

Designer Gown

Designer Gown

(Sikes 1982) One of the popular "Designer" series, this pretty lavender-pink flower has a purple eye or halo and a yellow green throat. Ruffled and fairly triangular in form.

Height: 29"(74cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £4

Devonshire

Devonshire

(Munson 1987) One of our favourite daylilies. The warm ivory yellow to soft apricot flowers are BIG and enhanced by delicate gold wire edging. Excellent plant habits and often reblooms here.

Height: 30"(76cm). Flower: 7"(18cm)

Tetraploid Evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £6

Dorethe Louise

Dorethe Louise

(Peck 1976) Beautiful, wide, yellow green flower. Very floriferous and always attracts attention in the garden. Jan's best friend bought this one as a present after a visit to America and was much relieved that it proved to be such a rewarding plant.

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower: 6.75"(17cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £3.50

Do You Know Doris

Do You Know Doris

(Hansen, D. 2000) A soft coral pink flower in our garden, really pretty in the heat of summer. Although registered as early we have found it to flower in July.

Height: 22"(56cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Early season

Price: £6

Earth Fire

Earth Fire

(Hager 1989) A stunning deep copper orange flower of triangular shape. A good one for the hot border. A very rare daylily!

Height: 25"(63cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

TetraploidDormantEarly seasonMidseason

Price: £6

Ed Brown

Ed Brown

(Salter 1994) Stunning flowers of pale pink edged with heavy gold ruffling. Winner of 2006 Stout Medal. Not to be confused with "Edgar Brown"!

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £9

Edna Spalding

Edna Spalding

(Spalding 1962) Pale pink with a yellow green throat. A very clear colour and still very popular.

Height: 24"(61cm). Flower: 4.5"(11cm)

Diploid Dormant Early season

Price: £3.50

El Desperado

El Desperado

(Stamile 1991) Mustard yellow with wine-purple eye and partial edge. This highly acclaimed daylily has won awards in both the U.S.A. and Europe.

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower: 4.25"(11cm)

TetraploidDormantEarly seasonMidseason

Price: £5

Elaine Farrant

Elaine Farrant

(Wyers. J 2006) Another of Jan’s introductions, raised and selected on the Isle of Wight. The flower is peachy pink in colour with lighter midribs and a yellow to green throat. Slightly triangular in form, making a change from round and ruffled. The scapes are well branched. Named for a special friend. A cross of Elaine Strutt and Ming Porcelain.

Height: 39"(99cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £5.50

Elizabeth Salter

Elizabeth Salter

(Salter. J 1992) One of the most popular daylilies of recent times. The exquisite ruffling on these melon pink blooms extend right into the throat. Winner of the Stout medal in 2000.

Height: 22"(56cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £5.50

Emperor's Choice

Emperor's Choice

(Benz 1991) A lemon yellow flower which is very ruffed and recurved. The petals are very wide on this mesmerizingly beautiful flower.

Height: 24"(61cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

TetraploidDormantMidseasonLate season

Price: £6

Entransette

Entransette

(Blyth 1981) A tall and stately daylily from Australia. Gives a wonderful show of plum wine flowers. Pictured on the cover of Graeme Grosvenor's book "Growing Daylilies".

Height: 36"(91cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Early season

Price: £5

Ever So Ruffled

Ever So Ruffled

(Stamile 1983) Deep yellow, green throated flowers of round and ruffled form. Superb.

Height: 22"(56cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £4.50

Exotic Love

Exotic Love

(Stevens – Seawright 1987) Golden yellow with a bold maroon eyezone. A partial picotee edge is apparent in hot weather.

Height: 30"(76cm). Flower: 4.5"(11cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £4

Fairy Charm

Fairy Charm

(Jablonski 1978) A wonderfully formed, full, round and ruffled flower. Although registered as a cream pink blend, in our cooler climate the colour is a soft creamy yellow. Flowers open well in all weather conditions.

Height: 26"(66cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Diploid Dormant Early season Midseason

Price: £4

Fairy Tale Pink

Fairy Tale Pink

(Pierce 1980) Perhaps more fairy tale than pink, this is never the less an extremely beautiful flower. In this country the colour is more melon with a pink blush, which becomes more pronounced in hot weather. The form is rounded with much ruffling. Although registered as semi-evergreen, it is dormant in this country. Awarded the Stout Medal in 1990.

Height: 24"(61cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £4

Femme Fatale

Femme Fatale

(Talbott 1985) Creamy broad petals with a radiating & showy purple eyezone and a green throat. Possibly the first time offered in the U.K.

Height: 21"(53cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

DiploidSemi-evergreenEarly season

Price: £5

First Knight

First Knight

(Salter 1995) This beautiful creamy yellow flower is round and ruffled with a gold edge and a green throat. Immediately replanted after it was divided & potted early last year; could not be without it. A very choice daylily and fragrant here on warm sunny days.

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

TetraploidSemi-evergreenEarly seasonMidseason

Price: £8.50

French Pavillion

French Pavillion

(Munson 1983) Rose pink with a faint chalky pink eyezone and a small yellow green throat. The petals are rounded and lightly ruffled.

Height: 26"(66cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

TetraploidEvergreenMidseason

Price: £4.50

Floyd Cove

Floyd Cove

(Stamile 1987) Rich yellow, green throated flowers with very wide and overlapping petals. Circular in form. A special daylily which stands out even in this crowded colour class.

Height: 21"(53cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £5

Fooled Me

Fooled Me

(Hein 1990) Golden yellow with a deep red eyezone. It produces a picotee edge to the flowers in hot weather. Stout Medal winner in 2005.

Height: 24"(61cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Early season Midseason

Price: £5

Fragrant Pastel Cheers

Fragrant Pastel Cheers

(Klehm 1990) A cream and yellow blend with a yellow to green throat. The ruffled petal edges are touched with gold. Claimed to be very fragrant but apparently not in our climate.

Height: 38"(96cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £4.50

Frans Hals

Frans Hals

(Flory 1955) A hot bicolour in rust-red with yellow-orange sepals in an open star shaped form. A classic daylily that has remained popular.

Height: 24"(61cm). Flower: 4.5"(11cm)

Diploid Dormant Midseason Late season

Price: £3.50

French Connection

French Connection

(Lytton 1999) This flower is a blend of lavender and plum purple with a yellow to green throat. Raised in Britain and a good reliable performer.

Height: 27"(69cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £5

French Porcelain

French Porcelain

(Munson 1976) Smoky lilac lavender with a wine plum eyezone and a cream yellow throat.

Height: 30"(76cm). Flower: 7"(17cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £4.50

Frills and Furbelows

Frills and Furbelows

(Lytton 2005) A beautifully ruffled apricot blend with a gold edge and a green throat. Very floriferous. First time ever sold and a part of the proceeds goes to charity.

Height: 26"(66cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £9.50

Frosted Encore

Frosted Encore

(Guidry 1989) Lavender flower with a purple eyezone and green throat.

Height: 22"(56cm). Flower: 6.5"(16.5cm)

Diploid Evergreen Early season

Price: £4.50

Frosty White

Frosty White

(Guidry 1978) Creamy, near white with a green throat in the typical Guidry round and ruffled style.

Height: 20"(51cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Diploid Evergreen Early season

Price: £4

Gentle Country Breeze

Gentle Country Breeze

(Klehm 1988) Pale, soft pink flowers with a gold green throat.

Height: 23"(59cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

TetraploidDormantMidseasonLate season

Price: £4.50

Gentle Rose

Gentle Rose

(Stamile 1989) A large, medium pink flower which is darker at the edges and has a light green throat. It differs from the usual round and ruffled form as the petals and sepals are well separated. A vigorous grower.

Height: 22"(56cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Early season Midseason

Price: £5

Gentle Shepherd

Gentle Shepherd

(Yancey 1982) Long renowned as being the whitest of the "near white" daylilies, it comes close to pure white when it has been warmed by the sun for a while. This beauty is enhanced by a cool green throat.

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £4.50

Golden Prize

Golden Prize

(Peck 1968) Wide, bright gold, crepe textures flowers.

Height: 26"(66cm). Flower: 7"(18cm)

TetraploidDormantLate season

Price: £3.50

Golden Scroll

Golden Scroll

(Guidry 1983) Gorgeous, heavily ruffled, tangerine and gold blend with a green throat. Recurved, diamond dusted and immaculately formed.

Height: 19"(48cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Diploid Dormant Early season

Price: £4.50

Gold Fever

Gold Fever

(Lytton 2003) Another winner from Eve Lytton that we have been privileged to trial in the British climate. Needless to say it passed with flying colours! This is a ruffled gold flower with a pink overlay, diamond dusting and a gold edge.
Half of the purchase price will be donated to charity. Few only.

Height: 26"(66cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £12

Gothic Window

Gothic Window

(Hanson, C. 1990) Violet purple blend with a chartreuse throat.

Height: 26"(66cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £6

Grace and Favour

Grace and Favour

(Lytton 1999) A lustrous, dark burgundy-red flower with a darker halo surrounding the green throat. The form is full, rounded and ruffled. This distinctive, British bred daylily is a top class performer. 2002 winner of the Newbold Vase, awarded by the BHHS for best new European raised introduction.

Height: 25"(64cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £7

Graceful Eye

Graceful Eye

(Spalding 1987) A beautiful rose lavender flower with a purple halo and green throat. An excellent performer once established.

Height: 21"(54cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Diploid Evergreen Early season

Price: £5

Graceland

Graceland

(Morss 1987) A smooth pastel blend of lavender and cream pink with a darker halo and yellow green throat. Lovely.

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

TetraploidEvergreenEarly season

Price: £5

Grand Masterpiece

Grand Masterpiece

(Dove 1984) Deep dark red purple, round and ruffled, with a green throat.

Height: 21"(54cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Diploid Dormant Early season Midseason

Price: £4.50

Grape Velvet

Grape Velvet

A deep, rich grape purple flower with a green throat. Super colour.

Height: 24"(61cm). Flower: 4.5"(11cm)

DiploidDormantMidseason

Price: £4

Green Eyed Lady

Green Eyed Lady

(Millikan 1985) Medium sized, round, ruffled, lemon yellow flower with a green throat. Vigorous and floriferous, it makes a splendid display. Rare and hard to obtain.

Height: 24"(61cm). Flower: 4.5"(13cm)

Diploid Dormant Early season Midseason

Price: £4

Green Puff

Green Puff

(Spalding 1977) Registered as canary yellow, this flower has a greenish cast and a green throat to match. The form is round and lightly ruffled.

Height: 15"(38cm). Flower: 5.25"(14cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £4

Groovy Green

Groovy Green

(Lankart 1979) Chartreuse self with a green throat. One of the greenest daylilies we have seen. Rare.

Height: 24"(61cm). Flower: 5.5"(15cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £4.50

Hail Mary

Hail Mary

(Moldovan 1984) A most impressive deep pink with silver highlights, a darker halo and a yellow green throat. Strong sturdy plants.

Height: 24"(61cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Early Season

Price: £6.50

Harvest Hue

Harvest Hue

(Millikan 1986) A glowing blend of coppery red autumnal tints with a rose red eyezone and a green throat. A good late flowering daylily.

Height: 23"(58cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Late season

Price: £5.50

Heady Wine

Heady Wine

(Peck 1982) Cream with a wine red eyezone.

Height: 22"(56cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £4

Heirloom Lace

Heirloom Lace

(Wild 1963) Fragrant, soft buttery yellow flowers. Will tolerate afternoon shade.

Height: 32"(81cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

DiploidDormantMidseason

Price: £3

Helle Berlinerin

Helle Berlinerin

(Tamberg 1981) Pale melon cream flowers with a deeper orange-yellow throat. Like all of the plants we have from this breeder it is a really good performer. Outstanding!

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

TetraploidDormantMidseason

Price: £5

Hey There

Hey There

(Peck 1972) Large crimson red with a velvety finish and a yellow green throat. Lightly ruffled petals recurve slightly and are edged in white.

Height: 27"(69cm). Flower: 6.5"(16cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £4

Highland Lord

Highland Lord

(Munson 1983) Although widely regarded as one of the finest red doubles, in this country it tends to remain single most of the time. Even so it is an excellent garden plant producing an abundance of deep red, lemon-throated blooms.

Height: 22"(56cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Midseason Late season

Price: £4.50

Homeward Bound

Homeward Bound

(Spalding 1976) Very large flowers of light peach with a green throat.

Height: 17"(43cm). Flower: 8"(20cm)

Diploid Evergreen Midseason Late season

Price: £4.50

Hymn

Hymn

(Dunbar 1983) Round, well ruffled, apricot melon blooms. We have not seen many cultivars from this hybridiser but those we have do well here.

Height: 24"(61cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Tetraploid Evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £5

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