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Online daylily sales/shipping will not be available this year due to the replanting of our entire sales field last year and another winter/spring season of damaging weather conditions. 
$8.00 Double Fan
 

A Servant's Hand.
  Shooter.  2005.  Dormant.  Diploid.  28" height.  5.25" flower size.  19 buds.  3 branches.  Fragrant.  Bright coral pink blend with rose veining and ruffled gold shark tooth edge (climate dependant) above a small green throat.  (Smoky Mountain Autumn x seedling).
$22.00 Double Fan
 

A Tale of Two Purples.  Kraus-Ed.  2014.  Dormant. Tetraploid.  34" height.  5.5" flower size.  5 branches.  24 buds.  Red with a complex orangish eyezone.  Excellent plant habits and wonderful scapes.  (Shadow Passage x Mariner's Watch).
$8.00 Double Fan
 
*Accidental Tourist.  Hanson.  2004.  Dormant. Tetraploid.  26"-7".  3 to 5 branches. 25+ buds.  M.  Fragrant.  Reddish purple with lilac frosted highlights and slate gray eyezone. Accidental Tourist has unique flowers that are carried on well branched and budded scapes.  Plants are vigorous and put on a great show each year.  Productive hybridizing plant for eyezone color patterns. Fertile.  ((Ruffled Dude × sdlg) × Tet. Trahlyta)
$9.00 Double Fan
 

*Acquire the Fire.  Olson. 1994.  Dormant. Tetraploid.  28"-5.5".  3 to 4 branches.  25 buds. M to ML. Stunning red flowers that have a glow about them.  The yellow-green throat is small and causes the the red flower to get noticed.  A strong grower and highly productive plant.    Many flowers open at once create an outstanding clump show. Fertile.
$12.00 Double Fan
 
*Adorable Tiger. Rassmusen. 1998.  Dormant.  Tetraploid. 24"-4.5". 3 branches. 15 buds.  ML. Fragrant.  Is a relatively small yellow flower with a brilliant red contrasting eye and edge.  Petal edges are nicely ruffled.   Plants produce small fans and multiplication is slow.  Bud count is around 12 to 15, but bloom is fairly long.  Excellent!   Fertile (pollen easier).  ((Love Those Eyes × Tiger Parade) × sdlg)
$25.00 Double Fan
 

*Adorned with Joy.  Korth.  2010.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  22 buds.  3 branches.  Fragrant.  Cream with pink eye and double edge of pink and gold.  Well formed flowers are ornate and striking.  Excellent plant habits and blooms are well presented.  ((Unending Melody × Sabine Baur) × Clarification)((Unending Melody × Sabine Baur) × Clarification)
$6.75 Double Fan
 
*Age of Enlightenment.  Hanson. 1995.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  26"-6".  3-4 branches.  20 buds.  ML.  Light gold-yellow flowers with good ruffling.  Throat is yellow green.  Very pretty flowers are always popular with farm visitors.  ((Heavenly Treasure × (Egyptian Spice × Dance Ballerina Dance)) × Palace of Lights)
$6.75 Double Fan
 
*Age of Gold.  Benz.  1995.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  22"-6".  3 branches.  18 buds.  EM.  Fragrant.  Bright strong gold with green throat and wonderful ruffles.  Flowers are carried on excellent scapes that are very straight.  Superior coloration.  (Speculator × Jerusalem)
$9.00 Double Fan
 

*Ain't She Nice.  Stamile. 2000. Dormant.  Tetraploid.  28"-6.5".  3 to 4 branches. 20 buds.  EM.   One of the best colored pinks we have seen to date.  Color is a clear baby ribbon pink with no muddy tones.  Petal substance is light, but stands up well in hot weather.   Excellent scapes and plants.  Highly recommended.  Fertile (pollen easier).
$7.00 Double Fan
 

*Alabama Jubilee.  Webster. 1988.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  Height 30".  6" flower size.  18 buds.  3 branches.  Fragrant.  Fluorescent red-orange with brighter red halo and greenish throat.  Excellent and eye catching.   (Tiger Track x seedling).  Fertile.
$22.00 Double Fan
*Alaskan Vows. Bremer. 2008. Dormant (true dormant and tough). Tetraploid.  24" to 26"; 6" to 6.5".  26 buds. 3 to 4 branches. Mid-late season.  Fragrant.  Cream with yellow undertones and pink highlights, highly ruffled gold edge and a green throat, diamond dusted. Opens well in all weather, always presents its edge, looks great in the morning and even better in the evening (sun only makes it better), plants have survived and prospered in an open field without any winter protection (no mulch), a favorite of many garden visitors and an excellent parent plant, pollen and pod fertile, hardy lineage makes it different than the southern edge. Parents: REC#99C x Great White. 
$7.00 Double Fan
 

*Algebra of Darkness.  Hanson.  1999. Dormant.  Tetraploid.  25"-6".  3 branches.  17 buds.  M.  Rich amaranth purple color with green throat.  A very dark flower that benefits from afternoon shade to keep them looking good.  Interesting triangular shaped flowers.  Fertile.
$9.00 Double Fan
 

*All American Chief.  Sellers.  1994.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  32" height.  9" flower size.  Red self with broad yellow throat.  Outstanding cultivar has won many major American Hemerocallis Society Awards.  Extremely popular with vistors.
 $7.00 Double Fan
 
*All Fired Up.  Stamile.  1996.  Dormant.  Tetraploid. 20"-6".  3 branches.  23 buds.  EM.  Orange with red eyezone and red edge above a green throat.  Very nice.  ((Eye Declare × (Wineberry Candy × Tet. Priscilla's Rainbow)) × Regal Braid)
$7.00 Double Fan
 

*Alpine Snow Stamile.  1995.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  20"-5.5". 3 branches. 18 buds.  M.  Ruffled near white with small gold edges.  Has nice scapes that are somewhat taller than registered for us.  Growth rate is relatively slow.  This has been one of the whiter cultivars for us.  Fertile.  (Ptarmigan × Tet. Monica Marie)
$6.75 Double Fan
 

*Always Afternoon.  Morss. 1987.  Evergreen.  Tetraploid.  22"-5.5".  3 branches. 15-22 buds.  M.  An award winning plant that remains popular.  Flowers have wide segments and are color lavender-mauve, with a darker eyezone.  Color can be fluctuate with varying environmental conditions.  Plants have proven to be fairly hardy, but perform best after mild winters or where mulch has been applied.  Foliage is a wonderful deep blue green.  Fertility unknown.  ((Ring of Change x Tiffany Palace) x Opus One).
$6.75 Double Fan
 
Amazing Faith.  Ellison.  2004.  Dormant.  Diploid.  28"-6.5".  3-4 branches.  24 buds.  M.  Fragrant.  Creamy yellow polychrome with large ruffles carried on extra wide segments.  Beautiful scapes carry the large flowers well.  Gorgeous.  (unknown × unknown)
$20.00 Double Fan
 
*Amazon Girl.  Bremer. 2015. Dormant.  Tetraploid.  40"-6.5".  3 to 4 branches.  23 buds.  ML.  Large pink with slightly darker eyezone and yellow then green throat.  Scapes are huge and carry the large buds gracefully.  Fertile both ways.  (Scratch My Itch x Divine Inspiration) x Webster's Pink Wonder.
$6.75 Double Fan
 

 American Bicentennial.  Wild.  1980.  Dormant.  Diploid.  30"-6".  3 to 5 branches.  18 to 25 buds.  ML.  Lavender-pink with a darker eyezone above a green throat.  One of the heaviest flowering varieties.  Very hardy and an easy increaser.  Outstanding in a clump.
$6.75 Double Fan
 

American Revolution.  Wild.  1974.  Dormant.  Diploid.  34"-5.5.  3 branches.  20 buds.  M. Black-red wine with yellow-green throat.  Star shaped flowers are carried well above the foliage.  A small growing plant that is a fast increaser.  Popular with garden customers.  Fertile. 
  $20.00 Double Fan
 
*Anatomically Precise. Bremer. 2010. 30" height. 6" flower.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  Mid season.  Gorgeous heavily ruffled orange-red self flowers.  Color is excellent and clear.  This is the most ruffled red we have seen to date in the north.  AC will produce a number of polytepalous flowers every year-all quite nicely formed.  Fertile both ways.  Well branched and budded.  Utterly Udderly x (Power of Love x Better Than Ever). 
$10.00 Double Fan
 
*Ancestral Ring.  Bremer. 2010. Dormant. Tetraploid.  26"-5.5".  3 to 4 branches.  20 to 25 buds.  M.  Bright tropical orange pink blooms with a darker watermark of pink.  The watermark is etched with a darker pink.  Yellow throat.  Scapes are very thick and stick straight up.  Superior branching and bud count.  Fertile.  (Tennyson x Belly of Tree Frog) x Virtuosity. 
$20.00 Double Fan
 
*Angelique Fringes. Klehm.  2007.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  24"-5".  4 to 5 long branches.  25+ buds.  M.  Soft cream-yellow with pink highlights.  Fringes (very small well organized ruffles) are a darker yellow and are extremely uniform in size and configuration.  A unique and high quality cultivar.  Very good foliage and a fast increaser.  Superior.  Fertile.
$12.00 Double Fan
 
*Angel's Realm.  Reckamp.  1993.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  24"-5.5".  4 to 5 branches.  25 buds.  ML to L.  Ruffled ivory pastel blend with green throat.   Beautifully ruffled edges.  Diamond dusted.  Well branched scapes carry many beautifully formed flowers that face the viewer.  Still one of the best plants available.  Excellent hybridizing plant for flowers and plant habit.  DEF.  Fertile.
$10.00 Double Fan
 
*Angel's Smile.  Reckamp.  1985.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  24"-4".  5 branches. 28 buds.  L.  Fragrant.  Pastel pink blended with yellow.  The ruffled flower edges are gold.  Flower substance is heavy.  A large yellow throat reaches 1/3 out on to the petals.  Plants grow slowly.  Buds may be aborted during hot dry weather. Famous parent of many great cultivars.  Passes quality flower characteristics to offspring and high bud counts.  Not recommended for southern gardens as winter dormancy is a must.  Fertile.
$20.00 Double Fan
 
*Angus Maximus.  Bremer. 2013. Dormant. Tetraploid.  27"-6.5 to 7".  3 to 4 branches.  18 buds.  M.  Three branches and 18 buds.  Angus, our dog, seemed to be in all the clump pictures taken over last couple of years, so his name went on this one.  Angus Maximus is an outstanding plant for color, presentation and plant habit.  Scapes are sturdy and face the viewer nicely.  Color is a clean cream with a deep rosy-pink eyezone and matching picotee edge.  A large yellow-green throat complements it nicely.  Popular with garden visitors.  Foliage is a deep blue-green.  Excellent in a clump.   Fertile.  (Lunar Max x (Eat My Dust x Grace From Above) x Foolish Dragon. 

$8.00 Double Fan
 
Ankle Biter. 2009. Bremer . Dormant. 18"-2.75".  3 long branches.  23+ buds. M.  Diploid.  Nice deep green foliage.  The color is generally a honey-pink with nice dark maroon eyezone.  The eyezone is triangular that is spiked at the midrib.   The flowers are always small and well formed.  Excellent scapes and flowering habits are excellent.  Fast increaser.  Pollen fertile, but not pod fertile.   Fertile.  (Quiet My Heart x Cheddar Weasel). 
  $16.00 Double Fan
 
*Apple Strudel.  Klehm.  2006.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  36"-6+".  4 branches.  28 buds.  ML.  Fragrant.  Cream-yellow-pink blend over a yellow then green throat.  Outstanding plant habit with huge scapes that gracefully carry the large flowers.  A favorite.

 $8.00 Double Fan
 
*Apricot Symphony.  Klehm.  2003.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  32"-6.5".  4 branches.  27 buds.  Saturated apricot on a prolific plant.  Gorgeous in a clump.  One of our favorites in the 'Apricot' series.
$8.00 Double Fan
 
*Arabi Pasha.  Moldovan.  1998.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  32"-5".  3-4 branches.  25 buds.  EM.  Fragrant.  Red-purple with purple eyezone and a gold throat.  Grows huge fans and scapes.  (Cloak and Dagger × (Dunedin × Ming Ballet))
$15.00 Double Fan
 

*Arguing With Emma.  Bremer. 2004. Semi-evergreen (hardy)  Tetraploid.  24"-5.75. 18 to 24 buds. 3 branches.  M. My daughter, Emma, argued about this plant with me throughout bloom season.  I have a tendency to quickly judge seedling flowers during their first couple of years and this one just didn't have the flash in my eyes.  Well, after she persuaded me to mark it, I became more aware that it was so consistent and that it's beauty was in it's consistent performance.  So, Arguing With Emma gets introduced as a pink-mauve flower with a yellow watermark.  Maybe that is unique!?  The flowers aren't flashy, but if you take the time to look at it each day you'll have no arguments either.  Great in a clump.  Fertile.  ((Chance Encounter x Wineberry Candy)(Grungy x Strutter's Ball)) 
$18.00 Double Fan
 

*Arizona Sun.  Adams.  2001. Dormant.  Tetraploid.  29"-5.5".  4 to 5 long branches. 25 buds.  M.  One of the best yellow daylilies in our opininion.  Flowers are clear yellow with a green throat.  Petals are very well ruffled and are wide.  Scapes are strong, but elegant and have some of the nicest branching seen in any northern daylily.  Still one of the best yellows.  Another superior Adams cultivar.  Fertile.  (Some Fine Day x Omomuki)
$16.00 Double Fan
 
*Armed Azerbaijanies.  Hanson.  2005.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  45"-6".  4 to 5 branches.  25 to 30 buds.  M to ML.  A very tall plant that produces multitudes of clear read flowers.  Scapes are very strong and flowers are spaced nicely.  GT.  Excellent and especially good if allowed to grow into a clump.  Fertile.  ((Annie Golightly × Fred Ham) × Red Lightning)
$6.75 Double Fan
 

*Army Knights.  Mercer.  Unregistered?  Dormant. Tetraploid. 32"-6".  3 branches.  24 buds.  Medium bright gold.  An excellent performer and outstanding in clump. 
 $6.75 Double Fan
 
*Art Gallery Fringe.  Lambertson.  1998. Dormant.  24"-4". 4-5 branches. 23 buds.  EM.  Dusky rose and light orange bitone.  Flowers have a darker dusky rose eyezone.  Petal edges are often fringed.  AGF is a prolific grower and bloomer.  Scapes are thin, but easily carry the abundant flowers.  Unique and quite attractive.  (Fairy Filigree × (sdlg × Techny Peach Lace))
$50.00 Double Fan
 
Artificial Intelligence (A.I.). Bremer. 2003. {(Electric x Ruffled Masterpiece) x Brookwood seedling) Height 36", 25-35 buds, 5.5" flowers, hard dormant, diploid.  Late season. Yeah another yellow, so why register this?  Easy!  Excellent bud counts after a few years of growth and long branches.  The flower color is is a bright yellow with a green cast and a large green throat.  Much used in some hybridizers program to attain greener flowers and some success has been seen.  Many garden visitors look at this and ask if it is a tetraploid, it's not. 
  $28.00 Double Fan
 
*Artificially Enhanced.  Bremer. 2012. Dormant. Tetraploid.  30"- 5.5-6". 3 branches. 22 buds.  M.   Scapes are very strong and buds are nicely spaced.  Flower color is a pastel peach with an oddly muted gray-lavender eyezone.  Substance is very waxy.  Nicely ruffled edges make the flower look ornate.  The throat is quite yellow with a small green center.  Foliage is wide, long and deep blue-green in color.  A very unique flower and an awesome plant.  (Dweebix x (Prairie Smiles x Wedding In The Snow).   Fertile.
$6.75 Double Fan
 

*Ascension By Fire.  Hanson.  2001.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  40"-5".  3 to 4 branches. 20 buds.  M.  Scarlet-rose self above a chartreuse throat.  A very interesting color sheen is part of this flower's allure.  Good scapes that present flowers nicely.  Scapes are shorter for us than the registered height.  Lovely in a clump.  (Satanic Majesty x Life on Mars).
$6.75 Double Fan
 
*Asheville City Lights.  Selman.  2004.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  30"-6".  3 to 4 branches.  24 buds.  M.  Fragrant.  Cream yellow with small ruffled gold edge above green throat.  A showy plants with consistently beautiful flowers.  Excellent plant and flower presentation.
(With This Ring × Creative Edge)
$6.75 Double Fan
 
*Atlanta Fringe Benefit.  Petree.  1985.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  21"-4.75.  3 to 4 branches.  23 buds. EM.  Brilliant yellow-gold flowers with bubbly edges, simply drop dead gorgeous.  Scapes are short and carry many flowers.  Some rebloom has been noted through the years.  Always popular with farm visitors.  (Green Fringe × Daydream Believer)
$16.00 Double Fan
 

*Atomic Inferno.  Gossard.  2005.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  42"-8".  Mid-late.  15 buds+.  3 branches+.  Unusual form-crispate.  Bright red self with a broad yellow then green throat.  Extremely showy and stops everyone in their tracks.  Excellent.  ((Fire From Heaven x (Six Sixty Six x Heavenly Lasting Impressions)) x Red Hurricane)
$22.00 Double Fan
 

Autumn Dancer.  Pochaska.  2016.  Dormant. Diploid.  42"-7".  Late.  Fragrant.  22 buds. 3 Branches.  Unusual form-cripate.  Pinched petals are pale coral with red-orange veining and pale coral slightly flared edges, pale yellow midribs, red band, pale orange sepals with cream-yellow flared edges and yellow to olive-green throat.  A prolific grower and bloomer.  Outstanding in a clump and sure to be a garden favorite.  (Sumerduck x Muddy Waters).
 $6.75 Double Fan
 
Autumn Minaret.  Stout.  1951. Dormant.  60"-4".  Diploid. 5 long branches. 24 flowers.  VL. Fragrant. A rusty orange flower with a darker eyezone.  Flowers have narrow segments and are carried on very tall thin scapes.  A beautiful accent plant that blooms late in the season  Autumn Minaret blooms in Mid August for us, but may bloom later in more southerly locations with longer bloom seasons. 
$6.75 Double Fan
 
*Avante Garde.
 Moldovan.  1990.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  26"-5.5".  3 branches.  16 or more buds.  M.  An amber-red bitone with green throat.  A consistently colored flower from day to day.  Plants are relatively small growers for us. Always a hit with garden visitors.  Fertile.  (House of Lords × Pirates Cove)
$18.00 Double Fan
 

 *Aztec King.  Kropf.  1996.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  32"-6".  M.  18 buds.  3 branches.  Double red with yellow orange edging and yellow-orange throat.  A stunning double that is among the best doubles in Wisconsin.  Not commonly available and tremendous garden plant.
 
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