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Icy Lemon

Icy Lemon

(Brooks B 1990) A greenish yellow self with a green throat. Gently ruffled petals with slightly lighter midribs. Very beautiful, floriferous and quite vigorous here, flowering on and on. Highly recommended.

Height: 34"(86cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

TetraploidSemi-evergreenEarly seasonMidseason

Price: £5.50

Ida Duke Miles

Ida Duke Miles

(Webster 1984) Soft yellow with a small green throat and waves of ruffles. Beautiful, distinctive and a consistent performer.

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

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £4

Impromptu

Impromptu

(Brooks. B. 1992) A nice light to medium purple flower with a yellow green throat. Bred in sunny California but like most of Bob Brooks´ introductions, thrives here.

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

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £5

Inner View

Inner View

(Morss 1982) Pale lavender cream with a yellow halo and a green throat.

Height: 26"(66cm). Flower: 6.5"(16.5cm)

Tetraploid Evergreen Early season

Price: £5

Iridescent Jewel

Iridescent Jewel

(Hite 1984) Deep lavender with a faint watermark eye and a green throat.

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

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £4

Isle of Dreams

Isle of Dreams

(Morss 1989) A star of the show here, this exotic creamy white flower has a large, feathery eyezone of violet purple making a bold but tasteful contrast. Opens well and early despite our cool nights.

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

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £8.50

Jay Turman

Jay Turman

(Kirchhoff 1992) Well formed dark red with a gold throat.

Height: 31"(78.5cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Tetraploid Evergreen Early season

Price: £5.50

Jen Melon

Jen Melon

(Oaks 1987) Ruffled flower in a blend of cream-yellow and melon blend. A really good performer for the second half of the season.

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

Diploid Dormant Midseason Late season

Price: £5

Jerusalem

Jerusalem

(Stevens-Seawright 1983) A highly regarded, heavily ruffled shining gold with a small green throat. Needs warm weather to perform at its best and put on a stunning display for us last summer.

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £5

Joan Senior

Joan Senior

(Durio 1977) This is the legendary near white flower and the one that Jan first saw and loved that led to our interest and collection. One of the very best daylilies available at a reasonable price. L.A.A. 1990.

Height: 25"(64cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £4.50

Jock Randall

Jock Randall

(Peck 1970) An unusual and attractive colour blend of red, pink and rose with a green yellow throat. A large handsome daylily with flowers that fresh all day long regardless of the weather. Registered as evergreen but dormant to semi-evergreen here.

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

Tetraploid Evergreen Midseason

Price: £4

Jolyene Nichole

Jolyene Nichole

(Spalding 1984) A round, well ruffled, glowing rose pink with deeper veins. The blooms are well presented on low growing scapes.

Height: 14"(36cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Diploid Evergreen Midseason

Price: £6

Journeys End

Journeys End

(Crowell – Williamson 1974) A fine near white with a lemon yellow throat. The petals are lightly ruffled and creped in texture.

Height: 16"(41cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Early season

Price: £4

Jovial

Jovial

(Gates 1986) A rich, wine red with elegantly ruffled wide, rounded petals and a yellow green throat. One of the very best in this colour class.

Height: 20"(51cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Early season

Price: £4.50

Judah

Judah

(Harris 1979) Striking, gold to orange, ruffled, flowers with bronze highlights and yellow midribs. A reliable and floriferous daylily that is always popular.

Height: 29"(73cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £5

Just Celebrate

Just Celebrate

(Yancey 1986) A chartreuse influenced white with a green throat. Petals slightly reflexed. Rare and unusual!

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

Diploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £5

Kate Carpenter

Kate Carpenter

(Munson 1980) A cream pink flower of smooth texture with a cream throat. A multiple award winner in the States but we have found it to be somewhat inconsistent here. After much consideration we feel its good days outweigh the indifferent ones.

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

Teraploid Evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £4

Kathleen Salter

Kathleen Salter

(Salter 1989) A beautifully formed lemon yellow flower with large looping ruffles and a small green throat. Stunning.

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

Teraploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £9

Kelly's Girl

Kelly's Girl

(Spalding 1983) A gorgeous, ruffled and recurved coral pink blend with a large green throat.

Height: 19"(48cm). Flower: 5.75"(15cm)

Diploid Evergreen Midseason

Price: £4.50

La Peche

La Peche

(Munson 1976) A delightful peach melon blend with a yellow throat. Often asked for as visitors are captivated by its beauty, but is now becoming hard to obtain.

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

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £4.50

Lady Liz

Lady Liz

(Lachman 1983) A large lavender-pink flower with a white halo and lime green throat.

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower: 6.5"(16.5cm)

Diploid Dormant Midseason Late season

Price: £5

Lavender Memories

Lavender Memories

(Stamile 1990) A fine, clear lavender of round and ruffled form. Very popular due to its colour. The flowers sometimes "spot" or "streak" (suffer some loss of pigment) possibly because of insect or water damage, although this is usually slight. Benefits from some extra care and attention but well worth growing, as grown to perfection it really is beautiful. Few only.

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

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £5

Lavender Tonic

Lavender Tonic

(Spalding 1983) A pretty lavender blend with a green throat.

Height: 17"(43cm). Flower: 5.25"(13cm)

DiploidEvergreenMidseason

Price: £4.50

Lenox

Lenox

(Munson 1984) An immaculate, triangular shaped flower of translucent ivory cream with a cool green throat. A top quality daylily.

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

Tetraploid Evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £5.50

Leonard Bernstein

Leonard Bernstein

(Kirchhoff 1991) A round, slightly recurved, bright red flower with a green throat. One of the best reds.

Height: 26"(66cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Teraploid Evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £7

Lime Frost

Lime Frost

(Stamile 1990) A green and white blend with a green throat and near white flower.

Height: 27"(69cm). Flower: 5.75"(15cm)

TetraploidDormantLate season

Price: £6.50

Little Deeke

Little Deeke

(Guidry 1980) Ruffled and creped orange-gold with bronze overlay and veins. Olive green throat. An unusual and attractive blend of colours.

Height: 20"(61cm). Flower: 4.50"(11cm)

Diploid Evergreen Early season

Price: £4.50

H. luteola

Luteola Pallens

(Lemoine 1907) We have been trying to identify and correctly name this for years. We believe this may be a cross between Luteola x H. citrina.Very vigorous and gives a good display of light yellow flowers. It camefrom a well known old cottage garden on the Island.

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Diploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £2.50

Lyric Opera

Lyric Opera

(Moldovan 1984) This flower is a beguiling rose lavender blend with a lighter edge and yellow green throat. Tall, well branched scapes, hold the flowers well clear of the foliage. Taller than registered, reaching 36" here. A rare daylily and a good, reliable performer.

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

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £6

Maestro Puccini

Maestro Puccini

(Moldovan 1992) A striking rose-purple blend with a lemon green throat.

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

Tetraploid Evergreen Midseason

Price: £8

Malmaison Plum

Malmaison Plum

(Munson 1994) A rich burgundy purple with the characteristic Munson chalky - plum watermark and a yellow green throat. Compact and vigorous.

Height: 24"(61cm). Flower: 4.5"(12cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £7.50

Marble Faun

Marble Faun

(Millikan 1983) A beautifully formed, round, ruffled and recurved flower of a cream and yellow blend with a light green throat.

Height: 20"(51cm). Flower: 5"(12cm)

Diploid Evergreen Early season

Price: £5

Mariska

Mariska

(Moldovan 1986) Another top class daylily from Steve Moldovan. This one is a wide lavender - pink with a large but unobtrusive creamy eyezone.

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower: 6.5"(16cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £5

Martha Adams

Martha Adams

(Spalding, W. 1979) Large pale pink flower with a deeper halo and a green throat. Stout Medal winner 1988.

Height: 19"(48cm). Flower: 6.75"(17cm)

Diploid Evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £4.50

Mary's Gold

Mary's Gold

(McDonell 1984) Brilliant golden yellow blooms which shine out across the garden. The broad petals recurve at the edges to give a rounded effect and are centred by a dark green throat. High, wide and handsome.

Height: 34"(86cm). Flower: 6.5"(17cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £5

Mata Hari

Mata Hari

(Brooks. H 1981) A striking lilac-lavender flower with a reddish purple eye zone, pearly white midribs and a large chartreuse throat. Unique and quite rare. Maybe it is the colour combination that gives this plant an exotic appearance.

Height: 22"(56cm). Flower: 4.5"(11cm)

TetraploidDormantEarly season

Price: £5

Metaphor

Metaphor

(Gates 1983) This flower is a lovely clear lavender colour with a good green throat. One of our favourite daylilies.

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

Diploid Evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £5

Milanese Mango

Milanese Mango

(Kirchhoff 1987) Soft mango orange with a deeper halo and green heart.

Height: 29"(74cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £6

Millie Schlumpf

Millie Schlumpf

(Guidry 1981) A pretty, soft, clear pink flower with a green throat and a round, ruffled form. A reliable rebloomer.

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

Diploid Evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £4.50

Ming Lo

Ming Lo

(Fischer 1967) Very pale cream-yellow flowers with elongated petals. This is a daylily that deserves to be better known, producing a multitude of exotic looking flowers. Not a "spider", nor consistently an "Unusual Form" (although it is certainly unusual) but associates well with these groups. Jan chose it to use in a bouquet for a special friend. Now very rare.

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

Diploid Dormant Midseason Late season

Price: £4.50

Ming Porcelain

Ming Porcelain

(Kirchhoff 1982) A creamy pink peach blend, with a yellow halo and a green throat. Remarkable for its texture which is like fine porcelain. A strong grower and prolific bloomer, this is a fine daylily and a good parent for breeding. L.A.A. 2001.

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower: 5.25"(13cm)

Tetraploid Evergreen Early season

Price: £4

Mokan Butterfly

Mokan Butterfly

(Lenington 1984) A tall, elegant near white with a narrow band of violet lavender around the large lemon green throat. Rare and unusual.

Height: 35"(89cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Early season

Price: £7.50

Moonlit Masquerade

Moonlit Masquerade

A renowned and award winning creamy white with a large purple eye. Stunning!

Height: 26"(66cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Tetraploid Evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £8

Mrs Lester

Mrs Lester

(not registered) A large creamy yellow with overlapping and slightly ruffled petals. Old, but much admired.

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

Diploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £2.50

My Belle

My Belle

(Durio 1973) This large, broad flowered, pale pink daylily was awarded the Stout Medal in 1984. A good, reliable performer.

Height: 26"(66cm). Flower: 6.5"(16cm)

Diploid Evergreen Early season

Price: £4

My Darling Clementine

My Darling Clementine

(Salter 1988) A fine example of the full, round and ruffled form. The flower is a bright cream yellow with a lime green heart. Includes the wonderful "Betty Warren Woods" in its parentage and the quality shows.

Height: 21"(54cm). Flower: 4.5"(11cm)

Tetraploid Evergreen Early season

Price: £5

Nanuq

Nanuq

(Jinkerson 1986) Near white with a yellow green throat. One of the whitest. From "Joan Senior" breeding.

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

Diploid Semi evergreen Midseason Late season

Price: £5

Neal Berrey

Neal Berrey

(Sikes 1985) Splendidly ruffled, light rose pink flower with a deeper edge and a green yellow throat. Awarded the Stout Medal in 1995.

Height: 18"(46cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £5

Night Raider

Night Raider

(Webster 1986) Full, slightly recurved, dark red with a green throat. Early to early-mid season in our garden, not as registered.

Height: 29"(74cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £4.50

Nice Crane

Nile Crane

(Munson 1978) A pastel lilac lavender flower with a widespread cream throat. The form is star shaped with relatively narrow, tapered petals.

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

Tetraploid Evergreen Midseason

Price: £5

Nile Plum

Nile Plum

(Munson 1984) A rich, violet plum flower with a huge creamy eyezone and chalky watermark surrounding the chartreuse throat.

Height: 20"(51cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £5

Nivia Guest

Nivia Guest

(Munson 1984) A vibrant burgundy purple with a small yellow green throat. In hot weather a subtle chalky plum eyezone is visible. The form is round and slightly flared with some ruffling. Tall scapes hold the flowers well clear of the foliage. Although the height was registered as 24", it was listed as 32" in Mr Munson’s catalogue which confirms our own observations.

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

Tetraploid Evergreen Midseason

Price: £5.50

Nordic Night

Nordic Night

(Salter 1991) A purple flower with a green throat which is edged in white and radiates out down the midribs of the petals. It looks like a tasteful explosion. The edge of the petals are edged white too.

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

TetraploidSemi-evergreenEarly seasonMidseason

Price: £6

Nosferatu

Nosferatu

(Hanson 1990) A fine deep royal purple, full, ruffled flower with a chartreuse throat. The scapes are strong and well branched, producing many buds. One of the top purples.

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

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £6.50

Olive Bailey Langdon

Olive Bailey Langdon

(Munson 1974) A daylily of the highest quality which has remained popular over the years. The deep violet purple flowers are rounded and lightly ruffled. Floriferous and usually reblooms. L.A.A. award 1985.

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

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £4.50

Orange Dream

Orange Dream

(Durio. A. 1983) A showy burnt orange self with a yellow green throat and of rounded, ruffled form. The scapes are stocky and well branched.

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

Tetraploid Evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £4

Orange Velvet

Orange Velvet

(Joiner 1988) Aptly named, this large, soft orange has flowers of velvety texture and round ruffled form. Winner of the L.A.A. Award in 1999.

Height: 30"(76cm). Flower: 6.5"(16cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £5.50

Our Kirsten

Our Kirsten

(Hansen 1991) A soft, diamond dusted peachy-pink, with a leathery texture.

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

Diploid Evergreen Midseason

Price: £5.50

Outrageous

Outrageous

(Stevens 1978) A popular and eye catching daylily of burnt orange with a large deep red throat.

Height: 22"(56cm). Flower: 4.5"(11cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £5

Painted Pink

Painted Pink

(Harris 1983) A beautiful, wide and lightly ruffled, rose pink flower. In cooler weather there is a narrow rose red band around the green throat. Free flowering and grows well.

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

Tetraploid Dormant Early season Midseason

Price: £5

Paper Butterfly

Paper Butterfly

(Morss 1983) An intriguing cream peach flower with a distinctive, violet shaded eyezone pattern. L.A.A.award 1998.

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

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Early season

Price: £5

Party Queen

Party Queen

(Peck 1980) Round, ruffled and frilly, this offspring of ‘Dance Ballerina Dance’ is melon to apricot in colour with a small apricot throat. A favourite here.

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

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £5

Passion For Red

Passion For Red

(Stamile 1994) A stunning scarlet red self with a green-yellow throat.

Height: 27"(69cm). Flower: 6.75"(17cm)

TetraploidSemi-evergreenEarly seasonMidseason

Price: £6.50

Pastel Ballerina

Pastel Ballerina

(Munson 1984) An unusual peachy pink flower with a seersucker texture, round and ruffled. One of the few Munson diploids available .

Height: 18"(60cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Diploid Evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £4

Pat Mercer

Pat Mercer

(Joiner 1982) The flowers are initially bright red, gradually becoming more orange (Mars orange),with a lighter halo and green throat. An extended bloomer, sometimes lasting into the second day.

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower: 7"(18cm)

Diploid Semi-evergreen Midseason

Price: £5

Pear Ornament

Pear Ornament

(Spalding 1986) A sumptuous cream flower with a green throat. Good performer when established and a great favourite here. Registered as evergreen but dormant here.

Height: 16"(40.5cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

DiploidEvergreenMidseason

Price: £5

Pearl Lewis

Pearl Lewis

(Peck 1984) Arguably the finest daylily released by Virginia Peck, this is an exquisitely formed melon gold blend with an olive green throat. A perfect example of the round and ruffled type and highly acclaimed everywhere.

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

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason Late season

Price: £5

Penelope Vestey

Penelope Vestey

(Coe 1969) An older style pink with many flaring trumpet shaped flowers carried on tall scapes. From a British breeder. F.C.C. 1986. Its flowers are more pink than this picture shows.

Height: 36"(91cm). Flower: 4.5"(11cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Late season

Price: £3.50

Pink Circle

Pink Circle

(Spalding 1981) Pink with a deep pink eyezone. Rare.

Height: 16"(40.5cm). Flower: 5.25"(13cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £5

Pink Cotton Candy

Pink Cotton Candy

(Stamile 1991) Clear pale pink with a narrow red eyezone. Larger than normal for one of Pat Stamile's 'Candies' although still from Tet. Siloam Virginia Henson breeding.

Height: 23"(58cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason Late season

Price: £5

Pink Damask

Pink Damask

(Stevens 1951) An old favourite of traditional lily form. Mauve- pink with a yellow throat. High flower production accounts for its continued popularity. AGM.

Height: 36"(91cm). Flower: 4.5"(11cm)

DiploidDormantMidseason

Price: £2.50

Pink Flirt

Pink Flirt

(DeKerlegand 1987) A ruffled, bright pink flower with a yellow green throat. This award winning daylily is highly regarded and in great demand.

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

Diploid Semi evergreen Early season

Price: £6

Pink Monday

Pink Monday

(Sellers 1981) Soft pink flowers and a green throat. The petals have pale, almost white midribs.

Height: 26"(66cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

DiploidDormantMidseason

Price: £5

Pirates Patch

Pirates Patch

(Salter 1991) Round, ruffled creamy white with a bold purple eyezone and a matching picotee edge. Outstanding.

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

Tetraploid Evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £6.50

Pony

Pony

(Durio 1972) Interesting bicolour, having lavender petals and cream sepals with a green throat. Full, rounded form.

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

DiploidDormantMidseason

Price: £4.50

Porcelain Pleasure

Porcelain Pleasure

(Stamile 1983) Ivory white self with a green throat. Vigorous and floriferous! One of Pat Stamile’s first introductions and a parent of Arctic Snow.

Height: 26"(66cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason Late season

Price: £4.50

Prairie Blue Eyes

Prairie Blue Eyes

(Marsh 1970) One of the best known daylilies, this star shaped lavender purple has a greenish yellow throat and a faint, darker, eyezone or halo. A good performer in the garden and always one of our best sellers. The eye is more prominent in hot weather but in this country at least, the blue is only in the name. At the time, however, it was seen as a step in that direction.

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower: 5.25"(13cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £4

Prince of Midnight

Prince of Midnight

(Salter 1990) An exciting and distinctive daylily. Blackcurrant purple flower segments twist and curl and the large cream throat is adorned by a chalky watermark.

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

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £9.50

Princeton Eyeglow

Princeton Eyeglow

(Powell 1988) A large orange-cream flower with ruffled edges and a large mahogany red eyezone.

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

Tetraploid Dormant Early season Midseason

Price: £4

Prize Picotee Elite

Prize Picotee Elite

(Klehm 1987) This fine, ruffled, cream flower has a purple eyezone and a partial picotee edge to match which becomes more pronounced in hot weather.

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

Tetraploid Dormant Early season

Price: £5

Protocol

Protocol

(Moldovan 1986) A lavender-purple blend with a vivid creamy eyezone that extends out onto the broad , rounded petals. Rare and unusual.

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

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £4.50

Proud Mary

Proud Mary

(Salter 1992) Beautiful medium pink flowers with a slightly deeper eyezone and a yellow green throat. We both rate this daylily as being an excellent pink and have no idea why we have not sold this before.

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

TetraploidSemi-evergreenMidseason

Price: £6.50

Ptarmigan

Ptarmigan

(Stamile 1989) A round, ruffled near white with a green heart and partial gold wire edging on the petals. Bred from a cross of Arctic Snow x White Tie Affair taking the best from both parents.

Height: 26"(66cm). Flower: 5.75"(14.75cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason Late season

Price: £6

Pumpkin Kid

Pumpkin Kid

(Spalding 1987) As the name suggests, the flowers are a pumpkin orange colour with deeper veining and a narrow red eye around the green throat. We love this one.

Height: 18"(46cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Diploid Evergreen Midseason

Price: £6

Pure And Simple

Pure And Simple

(Salter 1993) This sherbet orange beauty is a superb example of the round and ruffled form. A small olive green throat completes the picture. A magnificent daylily.

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

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £6.50

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