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Daylilies listed are available at the farm during summer digging season (June 26 to August 4).  See our farm calendar for open dates and hours.  Plants were in excellent condition this past fall and should be ready for visitors to purchase and view beautiful specimens!  Most plants will have double or multiple fans and will make great additions to your garden.  Customers get the largest plant we have available for the price.  We no longer sell daylilies online due to our busy growing seasons.
  $12.00 per plant
Cacophony.  Bremer.  2002.  Dormant.  Diploid.  26"-5.5".  3 branches. 25 buds.  M.  Fluorescent pink-orange w/rose eyezone.  A real zapper.   Always a big seller.  Fans are typically on the small size, but produce many flowers.  Fertile.  {(Brookwood seedling x Janice Brown) x seedling}
  $18.00 per plant
*Cafe Tacuba.  Sellers.  2008.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  28"-6".  3 branches.  23 buds.  ML.  Clearly colored red with large segments that fade to white near the edges.  Excellent substance and form.  (sdlg × sdlg)
  $8.00 per plant
*Calligraphy.  Lysne. 2007.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  32"-7".  22 buds.  3 branches. M.  Unusual form spatulate, creamy orchid pink above watermarked green heart throat.  (Warp Speed × Ground Zero)
  $7.00 per plant
*Call Some Place Paradise. Bremer. 2011.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  28"-5.5".  3 branches.  20 buds.  L.  Late blooming pink with a triangular layered eyezone.  Flower is of very heavy substance.  Bloom is recurved giving a round appearance.  Light shade causes a more intense and clearer color presentation, but it is quite good in the sun as well.  Fertile.  ((Virtuosity x Tennyson) x Dweebix).

  $7.00 per plant
*Cameroons Twister.  Benz.  2000.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  40"-7.5".  4 branches.  20 buds.  ML.  Fragrant.  Wine purple with a pale cream watermark and green throat.  Unusual Form Crispate.  While CT seldom reaches 40" for us, it is a tall cultivar that displays it's big flowers nicely.  Flower segments are relatively wide, but do twist inconsistently from day to day.  In any event, the flowers are gorgeous and presented well.  (Cameroons × One Step Beyond)
  $18.00 per plant
*Cannibal's Carnival.  Bremer. 2016.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  26"-6".  3 branches.  18 buds.  M.  Red double.  Inner petaloids have lighter edges.  95% double.   (Utterly Udderly x Feathered Storm)  Unknown Fertility.
  $8.00 per plant
*Canyon Lullaby.  Klehm.  2003.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  30"-6".  4 to 5 branches.  28 buds.  ML.  Burnt canyon colors or earthy orange with good ruffling.  A difficult color to describe, but is a real winner in the garden.  One of finest plants we've grown and is highly recommended. 
  $7.00 per plant
*Carbon Dating.  Benz.  2000.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  28"-5.5".  3 branches. 16 buds.  M.  Black-purple self with yellow throat.  One of the darkest of daylily flowers.  (Ruffled Storm x Chief Tecumseh)
  $40.00 per plant
*Career Politician. Bremer.  2013.  Dormant. Tetraploid.  38"-6.5".  M. 20 buds.  3 branches.  Honey-orange with triangular red eye which extends the entire length of the petals, giving the flower the effect of having a honey-orange edge.  Broad yellow throat.  Exceptional plant. (Honey on My Lips x Passion's Promise).
  $15.00 per plant
*Carnival in Mexico.  Santa Lucia.  2000.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  30"-7".  3 branches. 22 buds.  M.  Pale rose, veined more darkly with large deep red eyezone.  Flowers are huge and triangular.  A very large plant that is extremely popular and nearly always a sellout.   (sdlg × Tet. Vegas Lights)
  $7.00 per plant
*Carolina Sugar Daddy.  Selman.  2007.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  28"-5.5.  3-4 branches.  24 buds.  M.  Fragrant.  Creamy yellow/white blend with diamond dusting.  A floriferous plant that puts on an excellent show during peak bloom.  Excellent in a clump.  (August Frost × Great White)
  $7.00 per plant
*Carrick Wildon.  Goldner.  1987.  Dormant.  34"-7.5".  5 branches.  30 buds. ML to L.  Burnt orange star shaped flowers with a lighter glowing throat.  Flowers are of heavy substance and have a shiny finish.  CW is a large growing plant that is not widely available, like many of the Goldner cultivars.  Sells quickly when in bloom.  One of our favorite older cultivars. 
  $9.00 per plant
*Carrots Forever.  Reckamp.  2003.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  30"-6".  3 branches.  22 buds.  ML.  Carrot colored flowers have a deep gold-orange throat. Toothy and knobby edges of same awesome color.  The intense carrot colored flowers have few peers.  Superior in a clump.
  $7.00 per plant
Castle Pinkney.  Shooter.  2002. Dormant.  Diploid.  38"-7.5".  3 branches. 22 buds.  M.  Fragrant.  Excellent rose-pink with large cream eyezone.  Wide open form with fairly narrow petals.
  $15.00 per plant
*Catastrophic Events.  Bremer.  2009.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  29"-7".  3 branches. 18-25 buds.  M to ML.  Large cream peach with a huge pink feathered eyezone and picotee of the eye color.   Color sare very clear.  UF that twists and curls and has nice ruffles.  Simply stunning.  We routinely sell out of this knockout.  Fertile. (Scratch My Itch x (Windy Place x (Scratch My Itch x ?) 


  $30.00 per plant
*Catching Lawn Darts.  Bremer.  2016.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  34"-7".  4 branches.  26 buds.  Creamy light yellow with narrow dark maroon eyezone that repeats on sepals. Strong growing, well budded and branched.  Very popular with garden visitors for name and flower.  Fertile.   ((Bromance x (Bang Bang x Pork Barrel Spending))

  $9.00 per plant
*Cerise Classic.  Adams.  2001.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  2001.  25"-5.75".  4 long branches.  28 buds.  M.  Carmine rose to cerise with a paler watermark and green throat.  One of the best!  Flower color and scapes are amazing.   We'd like this heavy blooming plant to be a bit taller, but few cultivars have it all!  A favorite for brilliant color.  Fertile.   (Crystalline Pink × (sdlg × Tet. Lacy Dawn))
  $7.00 per plant
*Chancellorsville.  Adams.  1996.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  24"-6".  4 branches.  25 buds.  EM.  Fragrant.  Tomato red self with a yellow-green throat.  Nice wide segments with an overall triangular shape.  Good scapes and color.  Popular with garden visitors.  (Superlative × (Tomato Surprise × sdlg))
  $15.00 per plant
*Charlie.  Reckamp/Klehm.  1993.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  32"-6".  18 buds.  3 branches.  ML.  Cream-yellow and pink blend with rough edges.  Extremely attractive flower is presented to face the viewer.  Not commonly available and a classic Reckamp cultivar.
  $50.00 per plant
Charmcaster.  Gossard.  2015.  Dormant.  Diploid.  36"-9".  Fragrant.  22 buds.  4 branches.  Unusual form--crispate/cascade.  Dark maroon purple with a darker near purple black eyezone and huge green throat.  (Navajo Pony x Emeral Starburst). 
  $50.00 per plant
Chasing Your Dreams.  Gossard.  2015.  Dormant.  42"-7".  M.  Diploid that has been crossed with tetraploids to produce viable seed.  Flowers of Chasing Your Dreams are dark maroon purple with a feathered purple violet eyezone with a very large green throat.
  $35.00 per plant
*Cheddar Popcorn.  Gossard.  2015.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  37"-7".  ML.  Large double butter yellow carried on tall well budded scapes. Super.
  $12.00 per plant
Cheddar Weasel.  2004.  (Cheese Weasel x Diane Bremer)  18" height, 3" flowers, 20 buds, 3 branches, dormant, diploid, mid season.  Like a well aged cheddar cheese, this little guy will keep you coming back for more.  Cheddar Weasel isn't a flower that grabs you, but it does perform well and looks great in a clump (not all daylilies do you know).  Flowers are a weathered gold-orange with a wonderful maroon eye.  A great deal of maroon veining is present in the petals and the flowers are perfectly round and ruffled nicely.  Great performer!  Fertile both ways. 
  $20.00 per plant
*Cheese Head.  Bremer.  2013.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  32"-6".  4 branches.  25 buds.  M.  Brilliant, eye catching yellow-gold with precise pie crust edge.  Petals are narrower than many of the new rounded plants being introduced, making it quite unique.  Strong tall scapes are ramrod straight.  Fertile.  ((Peach Bombshell × Age of Gold) × ((Wedding in the Snow × Prairie Smiles) × (Orange Angel × Trojan Bride)))
  $12.00 per plant
Cheese Weasel.  Bremer.  2003.  Dormant.  Diploid.  16"-3".  3 branches.  18 buds.  EM.  Bright yellow with washed maroon eye that is bisected by the yellow base color.  Extremely popular. We sell out of this little lovely every year, thank goodness it is a good increaser.   Clumps are covered in flowers.  Love this one in the front of a border.  (Granny's Choice x Brookwood Ojo Poco)

  $12.00 per plant
*Cherokee Star.  Santa Lucia.  1996.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  32"-6".  3-4 branches.  24 buds.  ML.  Cerise red with yellow star pattern in throat.  Excellent pure and brilliant coloration.  Flowers are large and can't be missed.  (Latin Passion × Tet. Big Apple)
  $10.00 per plant
Cherry Smash Cupcake.  Herrington.  2000.  Dormant.  Diploid.  22"-3".  EM.  24 buds.  5 branches.  Double ivory-cream blend with cherry eye above a yellow-green throat.  Excellent.  (Raspberry Cupcake x seedling).
  $50.00 per plant
Chevron Summer.  Gossard.  2015.  Dormant.  Diploid.  Fragrant.  48"-5".  28 buds. 5 branches.  Unusual form-crispate.  Flesh pink with broken feathered red to purple eyezone and a very green throat.  Excellent.
  $7.00 per plant
*Chicago Apache.  Marsh-Klehm.  1981.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  27"-5".  4-5 branches.  26 buds.  Gorgeous red self of outstanding color purity.  Flowers open flat and are presented on well branched scapes.  Popular.
  $7.00 per plant
*Chicago Jewel.  Marsh.  1977.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  25"-6".  4 branches.  26 buds.  M.  Deep lavender self with a green throat.  Interesting color is different than most lavenders and is difficult to capture with the camera.  (Chicago Mist × Chicago Queen)
  $7.00 per plant
*Chicago Ruby.  Marsh.  1977.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  27"-6".  4 branches.  27 buds.  M.  An excellent clear red self with a yellow-green throat.  Shows good sunfastness.  Form is somewhat star shaped.  Excellent scapes and color.  Superior clump plant.
  $7.00 per plant
*Chicago Star. Marsh.  1970. Dormant. 24"-8". 3 branches.  20 buds.  M.  Large star shaped yellow flowers.  Excellent scapes and wonderful plant habit.  Always attracts visitors to the farm.
  $18.00 per plant
*Chicken Dance.  Davisson.  2007.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  29"-9".  3-4 branches.  22 buds.  Bright red with a wide green throat.  Narrow petal are presented in an unusual cascade form.  ((Osterized x seedling) x Tet. Spindazzle).  Excellent
  $25.00 per plant
*Chicken Feathers.  Bremer.  2013.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  32"-6".  3-4 branches.  22 buds.  M.  Light melon flower with a large amount tightly organized ruffling and edges of the same color.  Superior for precision of ruffles and consistency.   Bitone.  The excellent plants and flowers are always an attraction during summer digging season.   (Orange Angel x Wedding in the Snow)
  $7.00 per plant
*Choose Your King.  Olson.  2004.  Dormant.  29"-5.75".  3-4 branches.  23 buds.  M.  Very clear red self with yellow then small green throat.  Substance is quite heavy.  Strong scapes, slow increase of large fans.   (King's Business × B.G. Pinckney)
  $7.00 per plant
*Christmas Ribbon.  Stamile.  1991.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  34"-8.5".  3 branches.  18 buds.  M.  Unusual form spatulate.  Large red with a yellow then green throat.  Flowers have wide flat petals and narrow sepals.  Gorgeous.   (Velvet Widow × Tet. Open Hearth)
  $100.00 per plant
*Cold and Clear.  Bremer. 2017.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  29" height. 5.5" flowers. L. 3 branches. 22 buds. ((Smoke'm Out x Saracenia) x Forty Fourth Parallel). Gorgeous pie crust ruffled flower of lavender-violet with a deeper lavender purple eye. Petals have a consistent lavender-purple edge that runs throughout the ruffled edges. Yellow then green throat. Flowers can be somewhat darker than the image in certain weather conditions, but is always a good clean color. Branching is to the top, but buds open well and are presented to the viewer. Has shown good sun resistance, which is unusual for a flower of this color. Superior. Fertile both ways.
  $18.00 per plant
*Cold Confluence.  Bremer.  2015.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  28"-5".  5 branches.  30 buds.  ML.  Medium purple with muted slate band above a soft cream and then green throat.  Well branched and budded.  Parents:  (Bruised Ego x (Sailor's Dance x unknown)).


  $12.00 per plant
*Cold Shoulder.  Bremer.  2011.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  30"-6".  4 branches.  26 buds.  ML.  A large lavender pink with lighter cream watermark eyezone, above a yellow then green throat.  Nicely ruffled and showy.   Awesome in a clump.  Often one of the showiest plants in the garden.  (Down the Aisle x Ain't She Nice) x sib.

  $30.00 per plant
*Cold Steel.
 Bremer. 2016.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  32"-5.75".  4-5 branches.  32 buds.  ML.  Fragrant.  An unusually colored cultivar that has excellent plant habits. Flowers are a purple maroon with and eyezone of violet and a large yellow-green throat. Petals have a cream midrib. Superior scapes and foliage.  ((Candle Light and Cabernet x Inquire Within) x Executive Branch).  Fertile.

  $7.00 per plant
*Color Glory.  Klehm.  2003.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  34"-6.5".  20 buds.  3 branches.  Fragrant.  Yellow-cream and pink blend above a green throat.  This is a very brightly colored polychrome that shines in the garden.  Excellent carriage.
  $8.00 per plant
*Colossus and Butterfly.  Bremer.  2006.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  44"-5.75".  Burnt orange with subtle rosy purple eye on tall scapes. Popular. Huge fans with outstanding wide blue-green foliage. A favorite.
  $7.00 per plant
*Concord Militia.  Reilly.  1993.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  20"-5.125".  3 branches.  20 buds.  Electric orange with an intense red eyezone, above a yellow-green throat.  Not much ruffling, but lots of flower power.  Plants are fast increasers and are heavy bloomers.  Sells out each summer we offer it.
  $7.00 per plant
Condilla.  Grooms.  1977.  Dormant.  Diploid.  20"-4.5".  3 branches.  22 buds.  M.  Loose gold double flowers.  Very eye catching and always a good performer.  We always sell out of this one during summer digging season-popular.  (Whirling Skirt × Chum)
  $25.00 per plant
*Coral Softness.  Prochaska.  2016.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  32"-6".  21 buds.  3 branches.  Coral and pink blend with yellow tipped ruffled edges, cream midribs, orange throat.  (seedling x Godiva Jam).  Excellent performer puts on a great show in a clump.
  $35.00 per plant
*Corked Collusion.  Bremer. 2013.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  25"-5.5".  4 branches.  22 buds. M.  Brilliant chromium yellow with striking red eyezone and matching edge.  Well branched and a garden showoff.  Like Bang Bang it sells on the spot during summer digging.  Excellent.  (Bang Bang x Mister Mustard)


  $7.00 per plant
Corky.  Fischer.  1959.  Dormant.  Diploid.  34"-2".  5 branches. 23 buds.  ML.  Lemon yellow, brown sepal backs.  Scapes and flowers wave in the wind on thin, but sturdy scapes.  Excellent landscape or accent plant.  (sdlg × Mignon)
  $18.00 per plant
*Cornflakes in a Can.  Bremer.  2012.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  26"-4.5".  4 branches.  ML to L.  Smallish flower with honey gold base overlaid with a large area of reddish brown, gives the appearance of a large honey edge, well branched and budded.  Very unusual.  (Honey on My Lips x Passions Promise).  Excellent and admired by many at the farm.
  $8.00 per plant
Cosmic Questions.  Bremer.  2001.  Dormant.  Diploid.  25"-5.5".  2-3 branches.  18 buds. M to ML.  Fragrant.  Creamy ivory w/refined ruffled edge, YGT.  Flowers can attain 7 inches in humid conditions.  Outstanding ruffling and form.  Recommended.  {(Brookwood Wow x Marie Hooper Memorial) x (Caribbean Whipped Cream x Brookwood Wow)}.
  $7.00 per plant
*Cosmic Ray.  Webster.  1995.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  26"-11".  3 branches.  18 buds.  M.  Bright creamy yellow self.  A striking UF.  Plants resent division in our  experience, but grow to produce beautiful plants.
  $7.00 per plant
Country Pride.  Joiner.  1989.  Dormant.  Diploid.  28"-5".  4 branches.  25 buds.  Orange-peach double.  The fast growing plants are profuse bloomers and always put on a great show.  Excellent. (Golden Scroll × Clay Basket)
  $8.00 per plant
*Crack of Doom.  Hanson.  2001.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  30"-5".  4 branches.  25 buds.  Deep grape self with green throat.  Very good flower substance.  Scapes are strong and present the flowers well.  (Den of Iniquity × Norman Lee Hennel)
  $7.00 per plant
*Crackling Burgundy.  Benz.  1996.  Dormant.  28"-5.5".  2-3 branches.  18 buds.  M.   Burgundy red self with a yellow green throat.  A strong color that is accentuated by the throat color.  Small and numerous ruffles along the petal edges.
  $9.00 per plant
*Crafted By Thunder.  Hanson.  1998.  Dormant.  35"-5".  4 branches.  27 buds.  M.  Purple with a dark violet purple band and yellow-green throat.  Strong growing plants produce nice scapes with excellent flower carriage.
  $7.00 per plant
Cranberry Cove.  Stamile.  1985.  Dormant.  Diploid.  28"-4.25".  3 branches.  20 buds.  M.  A strong cranberry red self with a green throat.  Excellent color and always popular with garden visitors.  Height is less than registered for us.
  $12.00 per plant
*Cream City Dream.  Trester.  2015.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  EM.  26"-6".  18 buds. 3 branches.  Cream-yellow petals with washed lavender eye and partial lavender edge.  Lemon throat.  Unknown parentage.
  $28.00 per plant
*Crimson Stain.  Korth.  2007. Dormant.  Tetraploid.  33"-5"+.  23 buds. 3 branches.  Cream white with rose pink eye and edge above a green throat. An outstanding and difficult to find cultivar.   (Heron's Cove x Unending Melody). 
  $9.00 per plant
*Cruising For A Bruising.  Bremer.  2005.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  28"-5.5".  3 to 4 branches. 24 buds. M. Dark lavendar with a bruised eyezone.  Superior performing plant.  Scapes are excellent as is the foliage.  Extremely popular during summer digging season.  Super parent.  (Wineberry Candy x Ruby Sentinel). 
  $7.00 per plant
Cupid's Cupcake.  Herrington.  2004.  Dormant.  Diploid.  M.  25"-3.5".  20 buds.  3 branches.  Double about 50% of the time for us, but an attractive rose-pink with bright deep rose-red eye and lime green throat.  (Honey Crunch Cupcake x seedling). 
  $9.00 per plant
Custard Whipped Cream.  Ellison.  Dormant. Diploid.  EM.  26"-6.5".  15 buds.  3 branches.  Cream yellow blend with peach overlay and small light rose eye above a green throat.  A very good performer for us and an ornate flower.
  $12.00 per plant
*Custer's Last Ice Cream Stand.  Bremer. 2013. 28" height. 6" flower. Dormant. Tetraploid.  Mid season. (Alaskan Vows x Call of the Mild).  Custer is the whitest flower we've produced to date and is quite stunning.  Very diamond dusted and clean looking.  Edges are nicely ruffled and there is a very small gold edge.  Scapes have 3 branches and carry 22 buds.  The plant is a heavy bloomer and many scapes are produced on a clump.  Very much a northern dormant. 
  $18.00 per plant
*Cyber Dragon.  Gossard.  2013.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  36"-7.5".  22 buds.  4 branches.  Fragrant.  Purple with alarge creamy pink watermark and yellow green throat.  A spectacular plant in all regards.  Excellent and recommended.  (Heavenly Mr. Fantastic x Supermodel).
Others available in limited supply:  Cantaloupe Ruffles, Celestial Song, Charleston Autumn Moonlight, Charming Justine, Cheddar Cheese, Cherry Candy, Cissie Lombard, Clean Water Act, Copper Cannonball, Cozumel Concoction, Crowd Appeal, Crusader.
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