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(Brookes 1988) Bright yellow flowers with a green throat. Multiple branching with well placed blooms of round and ruffled form. Vigorous and quick to establish-hence the name. We have had occasional larger blooms of 8"(20cm).

Height: 33"(84cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

TetraploidSemi-evergreenEarly seasonMidseason

Price: £5

Quinn Buck

Quinn Buck

(Peck 1976) Wide, lavender-pink blooms with ruffled edges and triangular form. A fine garden plant and highly recommended.

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

TetraploidDormantMidseason

Price: £4.50

Ra Hansen

Ra Hansen

(Talbott 1986) Round, ruffled lavender mauve flowers. In America it is claimed to have powder blue shadings around the throat but we have not seen this here due, no doubt, to our cooler climate. However, it is an intriguing colour and an attractive flower.

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower: 4.75"(12cm)

Diploid Evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £5

Raging Tiger

Raging Tiger

(Rasmussen 1987) As the name suggests, not one for those of a timid disposition! Don't worry, though, it's not that ferocious. A startling, deep wine red eyezone stands out from a base colour blend of burnt orange and yellow. Stunning in a clump.

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

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £6

Real Wind

Real Wind

(Wild 1977) Large pale orange flowers with a prominent rose halo.

Height: 27"(68cm). Flower: 5.5"(16.5cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason Late season

Price: £4.50

Red Twister

Red Twister

(Ferguson 1980) A red bitone with a green gold throat. The sepals are a cinnamon tone making this an unusual flower of autumnal shades.

Height: 27"(68cm). Flower: 6.25"(16cm)

TetraploidDormantMidseason

Price: £5

Red Volunteer

Red Volunteer

(Oaks 1984) A clear candle red self with a yellow gold throat.

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

TetraploidDormantMidseason

Price: £4.50

Riley Barron

Riley Barron

(Munson 1977) It has been said that this daylily defines the colour red. Bright, almost blood red blooms provide a vibrant splash of colour in the border.

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

TetraploidSemi-evergreenMidseason

Price: £4

Robespierre

Robespierre

(Moldovan 1990) This really is a blend of scarlet red with a small yellow green throat. Some fragrance in hot weather.

Height: 30"(76cm). Flower: 5.75"(14cm)

TetraploidDormantEarly seasonMidseason

Price: £5

Rose

Rose

(Harris-Benz 1984) A wide, ruffled rose pink with a green throat. Grows and blooms well here.

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

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £5

Rose Emily

Rose Emily

(Pierce 1982) Another superb daylily bred by the late Charlie Pierce. A soft rose pink of round and ruffled form, it is highlighted by a circular lime green throat. Slow to increase but rewards the patient grower.

Height: 18"(46cm). Flower: 5"(12cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £4

Royal Parade

Royal Parade

(Lytton 1999) A British bred cultivar with a flower of rich grape purple with a wide primrose throat and a green heart. Combines beauty with good flower production.

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

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £6

Royal Saracen

Royal Saracen

(Munson 1986) Wide and rounded, ruffled dark lavender purple, becoming reddish purple in cooler weather. The large chartreuse throat is bordered by a chalky watermark. Foliage remains looking good through most of the winter here.

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

Tetraploid Evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £5

Ruby Sentinel

Ruby Sentinel

(Benz 1991) A rich ruby red flower with a darker halo and a green throat. May take a while to get established but well worth the wait. Outstanding in a hot summer.

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

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason Late season

Price: £6

Ruffled Apricot

Ruffled Apricot

(Baker 1974) A very large, showy, warm apricot self. Makes a wonderful clump and much admired in the garden. It may be an older hybrid, but it's a really good one. Stout Medal winner in 1982.

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

Tetraploid Dormant Early season Midseason

Price: £4

Russian Rhapsody

Russian Rhapsody

(Munson 1973) Unusual violet purple with a yellow throat and darker band. Was awarded the Lennington Award 1989.

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

TetraploidSemi-evergreenMidseason

Price: £4

Sabra Salina

Sabra Salina

(Wilson T.1991) Probably the most beautiful pink diploid that we have ever seen. The ruffled flower is clear, pale pink and has a soft gold halo around the small green throat. Also reported to be an excellent parent.

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

DiploidDormantEarly seasonMidseason

Price: £5.50

Saffron Glow

Saffron Glow

(Peck 1982) A bright, sunny yellow gold flower with a green heart. The form is round and ruffled - from “Dance Ballerina Dance” breeding. A strong grower which performs well in our climate. Rare.

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

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £4.50

Sallie Brown

Sallie Brown

(Reinke 1994) A distinctive, amber hued, salmon pink blend with a green yellow throat. Big, wide flowers which sometimes produce extra petals and sepals (polytepal).

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

Diploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £7.50

Salmon Sheen

Salmon Sheen

(Taylor 1950) This older daylily is a strong grower and produces masses of rich salmon pink blooms. The petals are tapered and attractively pinched at the ends. Luxuriant foliage. Stout Medal winner 1959.

Height: 34"(86cm). Flower: 5"(12cm)

Diploid Evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £2.50

Sariah

Sariah

(Gage-Robertson 1982) It has a green throat that radiates out into the veined pale melon pink flowers. It seems to need a sunny, sheltered position in the garden to give of its best. Jan loves it! This seems to be a rare daylily!

Height: 19"(48cm). Flower: 4.75"(12cm)

DiploidSemi-evergreenEarly seasonMidseason

Price: £5

Scarlet Oak

Scarlet Oak

(Griesbach-Klehm 1979) Bright scarlet flowers on sturdy scapes. A great performer for the second half of the season.

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

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason Late season

Price: £4.50

Scarlet Orbit

Scarlet Orbit

(Gates 1985) A very popular, fine scarlet red with a darker halo and yellow green throat. Excellent.

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

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Early season

Price: £5

Scarlock

Scarlock

(Peck 1974) A highly regarded daylily classic. Large red flowers with yellow green throats.

Height: 36"(91cm). Flower: 6.5"(17cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason Late season

Price: £4

Shady Lady

Shady Lady

(Owen 1962) One that everyone seems to fall for. A charming flower of pale yellow with a beguiling wine red eye.

Height: 34"(86cm). Flower: 5.5"(13cm)

Diploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £4

Shaman

Shaman

(Gates 1985) Canary yellow, ruffled flowers with a green throat. Rather slow to establish but then an excellent performer.

Height: 20"(51cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

TetraploidEvergreenEarly seasonMidseason

Price: £4.50

Shelly Victoria

Shelly Victoria

(Reinke 1992) Pastel cream apricot self with a wonderful chamois leather texture. Very distinctive.

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

Diploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £6.50

Sherry Lane Carr

Sherry Lane Carr

(Carr 1993) A floral confection of creamy butter yellow with a ruffled gold edge and a green throat. Gorgeous!

Height: 23"(59cm). Flower: 6.5"(16.5cm)

TetraploidEvergreenEarly seasonMidseason

Price: £8.50

Siloam Amazing Grace

Siloam Amazing Grace

(Henry 1989) An exquisitely formed, rounded, ruffled flower of light yellow with a strong green throat. Widely held to be one of the best yellows.

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

Diploid Dormant Early season Midseason

Price: £5

Siloam Double Classic

Siloam Double Classic

(Henry 1985) Beautifully formed, bright pink double flowers. Although the first few blooms may be single the colour and form are still delightful. Awarded the Stout Medal in 1993; a rare achievement for a double.

Height: 16"(40cm). Flower: 5"(12cm)

Diploid Dormant Early season Midseason

Price: £6

Siloam Mama

Siloam Mama

(Henry 1982) This is a fine example of Mrs Henry's work with larger flowers. A lightly ruffled, rounded yellow with a green throat.

Height: 24"(61cm). Flower: 5.75"(15cm)

Diploid Dormant Early season Midseason

Price: £4

Silver Ice

Silver Ice

(Munson 1984) A broad, flat open flower of a beautiful lilac pink with a chartreuse throat. The sepals are much paler here, making it a bitone but in photos from the USA the whole flower appears to have the lighter colouring as it gets 'bleached' by the sun. We prefer it as it grows here and it is one of our favourites. Some rebloom which is always welcome.

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

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £5

Silver Lance

Silver Lance

(Shooter 1998) A very pretty shade of greyed-lavender with a light purple eye. The petals are edged in white. The throat is yellow. Not well known yet!

Height: 24"(61cm). Flower: 5"(12cm)

DiploidSemi-evergreenMidseason

Price: £6

Silver Veil

Silver Veil

(Munson 1977) The star shaped flowers are a pale, silvery lavender colour with a creamy yellow throat which spills out onto the petals. Elegant and different.

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower: 5"(12cm)

Tetraploid Evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £4.50

Smoky Mountain Autumn

Smoky Mountain Autumn

(Guidry 1986) If there was one daylily we could not do without, this could be the one. A rich blend of autumnal colours, best described as a coppery rose pink with an olive green throat. It does take a while to get established so we always divide this one at least a year before we put it in the catalogue.

Height: 18"(46cm). Flower: 5.75"(15cm)

Diploid Dormant Early season

Price: £5.50

Sombrero Way

Sombrero Way

(Reckamp 1973) Has an orange-apricot blend with a deeper throat. It is an older tetraploid of considerable charm that provides welcome blooms later in the season.

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

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason Late season

Price: £4

Someone Special

Someone Special

(Sikes 1987) A delightful soft pink of round, ruffled form with a deeper rose halo around a yellow to green throat.

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

DiploidDormantMidseason

Price: £5

Southern Prize

Southern Prize

(Brown, E.W. 1978) An intriguing rose and tan blend with a gold throat.

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

TetraploidEvergreenEarly season

Price: £4.50

Spider Man

Spider Man

(Durio 1982) This large star shaped flower is bright red with a chatreuse throat. Looks wonderful growing with Alchemilla Mollis.

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

TetraploidDormantEarly seasonMidseason

Price: £5.50

Spode

Spode

(Munson 1984) A superb pastel pink flower, of smooth texture and heavy substance. A lighter halo surrounds the chartreuse throat and a hint of gold can be seen in the ruffled petal edges. This tall, well proportioned plant attracts many admirers.

Height: 32"(81cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Evergreen Midseason Late season

Price: £6

Spring Willow Song

Spring Willow Song

(Munson 1983) Shimmering, green throated, lemon yellow flowers are perfectly presented on strong, well branched scapes. The form is round and ruffled. An established plant will produce a stunning display and usually reblooms. One of our favourite yellows.

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

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £5

Stafford

Stafford

(Randall 1959) Dark red, star shaped flowers with a yellow line on the mid-ribs. Awarded a F.C.C. in 1967.

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

Diploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £3.50

Strutters Ball

Strutters Ball

(Moldovan 1986) A superb violet-purple, well formed, floriferous and vigorous. A benchmark for this colour and very popular with garden visitors.

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

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £4.50

Summer Wine

Summer Wine

(Wild 1973) Unusual shade of clear grape purple with a greenish yellow throat. Very floriferous. Highly recommended.

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

Diploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £4

Superlative

Superlative

(Gates 1986) A fine dark red with a darker halo and green throat. Tends to flower on the low side as the scapes do not always grow clear of the foliage but still worthwhile, as the blooms are rarely obscured.

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

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Early season

Price: £4

Svengali

Svengali

(Moldovan 1987) This impressive, eyed daylily certainly has a presence in the garden. Massive, slightly recurved creamy lavender pink flowers have a hypnotic deep plum eye which draws the attention. An excellent performer.

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

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £5.50

Swirling Water

Swirling Water

(Carpenter.K 1978) A vibrant purple with an eye-catching creamy white throat splashing out onto the petals. Quite narrow petals.

Height: 22"(56cm). Flower: 6.5"(16cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £5

Tang Porcelain

Tang Porcelain

(Kirchhoff 1985) A gorgeous, rich rose pink with a lime green throat. Rare.

Height: 26"(66cm). Flower: 5.25"(13cm)

Tetraploid Evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £6

Tani

Tani

(Pierce 1983) A flamboyant, ruffled and beautifully formed, light rose-pink flower with darker veining and green throat.

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

Diploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £5

Thy True Love

Thy True Love

(Guidry 1980) Rose pink with a narrow deeper rose band around the large lemon to green throat. Pearly white midribs adorn both petals and sepals. Flowers open bright and early in the morning.

Height: 21"(53cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

DiploidEvergreenEarly season

Price: £4

Time Lord

Time Lord

(Munson 1983) An intriguing blend of rose red and copper with a yellow green throat.

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

TetraploidEvergreenEarly seasonMidseason

Price: £4.50

Tonia Gay

Tonia Gay

(Spalding - Guillory 1984) One of our favourite pinks. Best described as "baby ribbon" pink, it sparkles in the sunshine due to sugar crystals in the petals. This effect is known as "diamond dusting".

Height: 15"(38cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Diploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £4

Trahlyta

Trahlyta

(Childs 1982) Greyed-purple with a darker eyezone above a yellow-green throat. An unusual and popular daylily, often used in breeding for Unusual Forms. L.A.A. 2009.

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

Diploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £4

Tuscawilla Tigress

Tuscawilla Tigress

(Hansen 1988) A massive bright orange flower with a darker eyezone and white midribs. A 'must have' if you like your daylilies big and bold.

Height: 25"(64cm). Flower: 7.25"(18.5cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £6

Vera Biaglow

Vera Biaglow

(Moldovan 1986) Broad, rounded and ruffled deep pink flowers. Excellent.

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

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason Late season

Price: £6

Vesuvian

Vesuvian

(Benz 1992) This wonderful, deep, velvety, ruby red flower is one of the most ruffled reds available. However it does need hot weather to open fully but then it is absolutely stunning. Reblooms consistently.

Height: 36"(91cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £9.50

Video

Video

(Millikan 1988) A creped and ruffled pale lemon yellow flower with rounded, overlapping petals. Vigorous and floriferous. From "Brocaded Gown" pedigree - pure class.

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

Diploid Semi evergreen Early season

Price: £4

Violet Hour

Violet Hour

(Peck 1978) The vibrant, violet purple colour of this fine daylily still compares well with more recent introductions. A consistently reliable performer for us and one of our favourites.

Height: 25"(64cm). Flower: 6.5"(17cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £4.50

Vohann

Vohann

(Hager 1985) Deep red flowers carried on tall, well branched scapes.

Height: 36"(91cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Tetraploid Evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £4.50

War Paint

War Paint

(Harris-Benz 1985) Buff tan with a striking, almost circular, red band surrounding the yellow green throat. Triangular in form, with overlapping petals. Very floriferous when established. Rare and hard to obtain.

Height: 24"(61cm). Flower: 6"(13cm)

TetraploidDormantEarly seasonMidseason

Price: £4.50

White Pansy

White Pansy

(Peck 1990) A near white self with a green throat. A seedling from Tet. Joan Senior.

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

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £6.50

White Temptation

White Temptation

(Sellars 1978) An ever popular near white and an excellent garden plant.

Height: 32"(81cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £4.50

White Tie Affair

White Tie Affair

(Peck 1982) Lightly ruffled near white self with a green throat. Flowers appear massive and have great visual impact. Has a long flowering season and sometimes reblooms. Looks superb against a green background.

Height: 24"(61cm). Flower: 6"(13cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £5

Whooperee

Whooperee

(Gates 1986) A round, slightly recurved, bright pinkish red flower with a green throat. This is a daylily that stands out from the crowd.

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

Tetraploid Evergreen Early season

Price: £5

Wind Song

Wind Song

(Bryant 1974) Wide, gently ruffled, slightly reflexed flowers of soft creamy yellow.

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

Diploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £4

Wineberry Candy

Wineberry Candy

(Stamile 1990) Another of the very popular "Candy" series. Lavender pink with a purple eye and a green throat.

Height: 22"(56cm). Flower: 4.75"(12cm)

TetraploidDormantEarly seasonMidseason

Price: £4.50

Witch Stitchery

Witch Stitchery

(Morss 1986) Cream with an intricate, feathery edged lavender purple eyezone. Much sought after. Sorry, few only.

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

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Early season

Price: £6.50

Wounded Heart

Wounded Heart

(Sikes 1985) A striking orange flower with a solid scarlet eyezone. Pictured in the Munson book. Rare.

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

TetraploidEvergreenMidseason

Price: £7

Xia Xiang

Xia Xiang

(Billingslea 1988) This is a beautiful clear, deep pink self with a green throat. The wide, flat open blooms have large looping ruffles. Another candidate for the "best pink diploid". Few only.

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

Diploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £6.50

Zampa

Zampa

(Claar 1963) Broad and flared golden yellow with a deeper gold throat and unusual red stippling towards the edges of petals and sepals.

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

Diploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £3

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