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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. 
  $15.00 Double Fan
 
*Earmarked.  Bremer.  2011.  Dormant.  Tetraploiid.  28"-6".  3-4 branches.  28 buds.  ML.  Plum to rose purple with unusual cream peach triangular eyezone.  Well budded and branched.  Color can vary in different conditions.  Always beautiful in any location.  (Tux and Tails x Virtuosity) x (Batman x Rec #2)

$6.75 Double Fan
 
*Earth Music.  Hanson.  1992.  Dormant.  28"-7".  4 branches.  25 buds.  M. Violet purple blend with muted lavender eyezone and yellow-green throat.  A great color and flowers are nicely ruffled.  Large growing plant.  (Witches' Coven × Otavalo)
$100.00 Single Fan

*Earth Spirit.  Bremer.  2017.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  32"-5.5".  L.  26 buds.  5 branches.  Clear plum with chalky lavender eye and edge.  Lightly ruffled petals and a green throat.  Superior and only a couple available.  (Fallen Leaves x Smoke'm Out). 


$12.00 Double Fan
 
*Eat My Dust.  Bremer.  2005.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  24+"-6".  3-4 branches.  18 buds.  ML.  Clear ruffled red  with a small white edge bordered thin gold wire.   Well formed and prolific bloomer.  Good scapes and excellent foliage.
(Love's Call x Better Than Ever)

$10.00 Double Fan
 
*Edna Selman.  Selman.  2004.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  24"-5.5".  3 to 4 branches.  20 buds.  M to ML.  Fragrant.  Pink melon blend with heavy pie crust gold ruffled edge above a green throat.  Very good and reported to be a good hybridizing plant.  Fertile.   (Secret Splendor × Ferengi Gold)
$80.00 Double Fan
 
*Electric Weasel.  Bremer.  2016.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  30"-6.5"  4 branches.  26 buds.  M.   Orchid with a violet notched triangular banded eyezone and a large lemon then green throat. Petals pinch and sepals recurve. A complex flower with excellent electric coloration. Superior plant habits. Well budded and with nice lateral branching.  (Orchid Elegance x (Earmarked x Swallowtail Kite).
  $8.00 Double Fan
 
*Elizabeth Davis.  Barth.  1997.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  28"-8".  3-4 branches. 23 buds.  ML.  Clear red self with small green throat.  Scapes hold the large flowers out facing and the display is gorgeous.  Excellent.   (Charles Johnston × Linda O'Connell)
$45.00 Double Fan

Elrond's Ring.  Korth.  2013.  Evergreen. Tetraploid.  32"-5.5".  ML.  20 buds.  5 branches.  Deep purple with silver edge.  (Violet Victory x Lydia's Cloth).  Excellent.
$7.00 Double Fan

Embers of Vesuvius.  Houston.  1992.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  25"-5.5".  M. 18 buds.  3 branches.  Bright orange with a darker eyezone above a yellow then green throat.  A special cultivar that really shines in the garden.  Extremely popular with visitors.
  $20.00 Double Fan
 
Embrace The Moment.  Ellison.  2006.  Dormant.  Diploid.  26"-6".  3 branches.  20 buds.  Fragrant.  Peach pastel polychrome with many large ruffles.  An excellent example of Robert Ellison's outstanding work in ruffled diploids. Simply gorgeous.   (Holiday Thrills × Stunned By Grace)
  $12.00 Double Fan
 
*Emperor's Royal Red.  Klehm.  2006.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  26"-6".  3-4 branches.  26 buds.  ML.  Bright scarlet blend above a green throat.  Excellent clear color.  Superior red.
$8.00 Double Fan

*Empire Queen.  Carpenter.  2001.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  24"-6.5".  3 branches.  22 buds.  M.  Huge golden-yellow flowers with heavy sculpting, choice.  Scapes are thick and strong, but short.  (August Morn x Tet. Texas Whopper Stopper).
  $6.75 Double Fan
 
*Enchanted April.  Trimmer.  1993.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  23"-5.5".  4 to 5 branches.  26 buds. ML. Lavender pink with lighter watermark.  Yellow green throat.  Well branched scapes.   Much used in breeding for fancy northern daylilies.  (Techny Peach Lace × Wedding Band)
  $6.75 Double Fan
 
Eruption.  Wild.  1982.  Dormant. Diploid.  30"-6".  3 branches.  16 buds.  M.  Vibrant red with a yellow throat.  A striking flower that never fails to attract. Blooms at different heights. Very fast increaser.  Plants are covered in flowers during bloom season.
  $6.75 Double Fan
 
*Evening Gown.  Reckamp.  1972.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  28"-5".  3 branches.  20 buds.  ML. Fragrant.  Pink melon blend.  Tall and long blooming. Usually produces a second group of scapes just after initial scapes begin to bloom.  Vigorous and a wonderful clump plant.   (sdlg × Crystal Ball)
$15.00 Double Fan

*Every Which Way and Loose.  Salk.  2007.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  39"-7".  ML.  Fragrant.  32 buds.  4 branches.  Double golden-yellow self with long petals that twist and curl.  Exceptional plant and gorgeous flowers.  (unknown x unknown).
  $28.00 Double Fan
 
*Executive Branch.  Bremer.  2012.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  32"-5".  4-5 branches. 30 buds. ML. Deep dark purple of excellent color clarity. Smallish rounded flower with pointed segments.  Floriferous and superior branching.  (Paul Voth x Turkey Shoot).


$6.75 Double Fan

*Exotic Candy.  Stamile.  1995.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  26"-4.25".  3 branches.  20 buds.  M.  Soft tawny pink with a rose eye.  Reminiscent of Janice Brown, but stronger coloration.  An unusual color combination. (Wineberry Candy x Tet. Janice Brown).
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