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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
*Factor of Fools.  Bremer. 2015.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  26"-6".  4 branches.  26 buds.  M.  Rose with a large chalky eyezone and cream ruffled edge.  Floriferous and presents it flowers well.  Fertile. (Untangle My Emotions x Virtuosity). 

$18.00 per plant
*Fallen Leaves.  Bremer.  2008.  Dormant.  30"-5".  4-5 banches.  28 buds.  L.  Cream-yellow overlaid with copper and a deeper copper eyezone. A large yellow throat extends out on petals with a green heart.  Scapes are superior to any other cultivar we grow.  Long, sturdy and thin laterals with evenly spaced buds.  Tremendous in a clump.  Fertile.  (REC99A x Fooled Me)
$30.00 per plant
*Falling Skies.  Bremer.  2014. Dormant.  32"-5.5".  3-4 branches.  24 buds.  M.  Tall sparkling clear purple with significant chalky eyezone and matching edge.  Really stands high and shows off the beautiful blooms.  Well budded and branched.  Very consistent beauty.  Popular among visitors and a difficult plant to walk away from.  Better color and more consistent than Vatican City.  ((Vatican City x Cold Shoulder) x Glorious Sails)
$25.00 per plant
*Feast of Victory.  Korth.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  32"-5".  M.  15 buds.  3 branches.  Deep red with heavy gold edge.  Cream then green throat.  (Empty Tomb x Song of the Redeemed).
$10.00 per plant
*Feathered Storm. 2007.  Seidl/Bremer  (Night Embers x Highland Lord).  Sdlg.#NEHL#3. Tetraploid.  32" height, 5"  flowers. 3 nice  lateral branches with terminal 'y's'.  18 t0 23 buds.  Dormant!  100% double.  DEF.  Feathered Storm is a wonderful full formed red with cream edges.  Plants are vigorous growers and extremely floriferous.  After blooming a row of better than 100 plants of this cross we selected five that consistently produced double flowers and had excellent plant habits.  This is the first of at least three that will be introduced from this cross.  Tetraploid doubles that grow in the north are rarities and we are excited to offer Feathered Storm for it's dependable performance in cold climates. 
$8.00 per plant
*Feel the Burn.  Trester.  2006.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  40"-6.5".  M.  18 buds.  3 branches.  Crimson self above a yellow green throat.  A bright and attractive flower that is popular during summer digging season.  (Chicago Fire x Point of View).
$8.00 per plant
*Festive Fall.  Salter.  2001.  Dormant.  28"-5.5".  4 branches.  24 buds.  M.  Orange to pale coral blend with stenciled washed coral  eye.  Great scapes.  One of the favorite flowers of Solaris staff.
$35.00 per plant
*Field of Screams Bremer.  2015.  Dormant.  33"-7.5".  3 branches.  22 buds.  ML.  Deep burnt orange flower with broad yellow then olive green throat.  Heavy waxy substance.  Sepals reflex, petal pinch and cascade.  Strong erect stems present the flowers well.  (Scratch My Itch x Orange Clown).  Fertile.
$7.00 per plant
*Fiery Moment.  Abijian.  2003.  Dormant.  25"-5.75".  3 branches.  24 bud.  M.  Fire engine red with thin gold edge above a green throat.   (Hearts of Fire × Maria Callas)
$12.00 per plant
*Fire Engine.  Klehm.  1996.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  34"-5.5+".  4 branches.  27 buds.  Very bright red with a slightly deeper eyzone and small green throat. Flowers open very flat and are presented exceptionally.  A superior plant that never fails to attract.
$15.00 per plant
*Fire Fight.  Bremer.  2012.  Dormant.  27"-5.5".  4 branches.  27 buds.  M.  Glowing tawny pink base color with deep red eye.  The yellow throat splashes out on all segments.  Stunning and brilliant.  Very popular.  (Foolish Dragon x Scratch My Itch) x (Guilty as Sin x Scratch My Itch). 


$65.00 per plant
*Fire Fountain.  Bremer.  2011.  Dormant.  60"-8.5".  5 branches.  23 buds.  ML.  Extremely tall bright red with wide yellow throat, great branching and stout scapes.  We seldom have much of this one due to constant sales.  ((Ravenous x Springfield Clan) x B.J. McMillen).

$25.00 per plant
*Fire Pegasus.  Gossard.  2015.  Dormant.  37"-6".  Tetraploid.  M.  Flowers of Fire Pegasus are red orange with yellow edge around petals and sepals. A very pretty flower in a clump.  Excellent scapes.
$8.00 per plant
Fire Wire.  Bremer.  2011.  Dormant.  Diploid.  26"-3.25".  4 branches.  25 buds.  M.  Bright yellow flowers with a very bright contrasting eye. Lots of flowers on well branched scapes. This is perhaps one of the nicest plants as a clump we grow.  Tremendous flower power.  ((Cheddar Weasel x Ankle Biter) x Siloam Fairy Tale). 

$20.00 per plant
Flame Passes On.
  Korth.  2015.  Evergreen. Tetraploid.  28"-5.5".  Flame Passes On is a stunning flower with an unusual reddish orange color surrounded by a bright gold edge.  Fertile both ways, Flame Passes On has been a fine parent for richly colored reds with gold edges.  Blooms in the early part of the season are spotted, but get straightened out as the season progresses.
$7.00 per plant
*Flames of Fortune.
 Peck.  1971.  Dormant.  30"-5.5".  3-4 branches.  23 buds.  M.  Cantaloupe with ruffled edges.  Nice scapes.  An oldie, but a goodie-that's why we keep it around.
$7.00 per plant
*Flaming Amy Erickson.  Ellison.  2002.  Dormant. Tetraploid.  28"-5.5".  Fragrant.  M.  17 buds.  3 branches.  Red self with yellow throat.  Extremely popular with visitors and sells out routinely.  (Cupid Calling x unknown).
$8.00 per plant
*Flaming Wildfire.  Rasmussen.  1996.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  36"-5".  M. 22 buds.  3 branches.  Paprika with red eyezone and yellow to green throat.  Excellent. ((Tet. Siloam Virginia Hanson x seedling) x Prime Minister).
$7.00 per plant
*Fleshpot Goddess. 
Trester.  2015.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  30"-5.5".  ML.  18 buds.  3 branches.  Flesh pink with deeper pink watermark above cream and yellow-green throat.  Slightly recurved petals have a wire edge.  Very pretty.  (Truly Angelic x Berry Patch).
$7.00 per plant
*Flight of the Buttercup.  Bremer.  2008.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  26"-5".  4-5 branches.  24 buds.  ML.  Circular bright yellow polychrome.  GT.  Plants are well branched and carry many flowers.  Much used in hybridizing for superior scapes.  (REC#2 x REC#3).
$12.00 per plant
*Fliver.  Bremer.  2013. 28" height. 5.5" flowers.  Dormant.  Mid season.  Clear mulberry with elongated dark mulberry eyezone.  Petals have a small picotee of the same color.  Three to four well budded branches  display the flowers that face outward from the clump.  This plant drew much attention from visitors the past couple of summers.  A clump of Fliver is exceptional and memorable.  (Scratch My Itch x Windy Place) x Accidental Tourist. 
$40.00 per plant
Fluff Works.
 Bremer. 2016.  Dormant.  Diploid.  28"-5".  4 branches.  25 buds.  M.  Fragrant.  Double yellow with very light bronze highlights, full formed flowers held on long well branched scapes.  One of the finest doubles we grow.  ((Double Dose x Legends of the Fall) x Meringue Mirage).
$28.00 per plant
Flying Fish.  Gossard.  Dormant.  Diploid.  38"-8.5".  Fragrant.  M.  20 buds.  4 branches.  Unusual form-cascade.  Double lemon yellow with green infusion and green throat.  A beautiful cultivar that doesn't always bloom double, but is striking in any form.  (Green Arrowhead x Green Inferno). 
$7.00 per plant
*Fooled Me.  Reilly-Hein.  1990.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  24"+-5.5"+.  22 buds.  3 branches.  Golden yellow edged in red with deep red eyezone and green throat.  Excellent and the parent of many fine cultivars.
$10.00 per plant
Forest God.  Bremer.  2005.  Dormant.  Diploid.  26"-5". 2-3 branches.  12+ buds.  M to ML.  Yellow-pink polychrome.   The green throat is large and striking. Flowers are perfectly flat and shiny.  Substance is like wax.  Typically has more than 12 buds as it is a bud builder.  To see this flower in bloom equals an instant love affair.  Always popular.  Excellent increaser.  (Cosmic Questions x Quiet Earth).
$7.00 per plant
*Forever Blowing Bubbles.  Polston.  2005.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  21"-6.25".  2 branches.  15 buds.  M.  Fragrant.  Cream with pink overlay and gold bubbled edge above a green throat.  (sdlg × Great White)
$8.00 per plant
*Forever Redeemed.  Carpenter.  2004.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  28"-6.5"  3 to 4 branches.  24 buds.  M.  Fragrant.  Red with a large cream-rose muted eye and yellow-green throat.  Wide segments carried on excellent scapes produce an excellent show each year.  Flower color can be somewhat variable from day to day.  (Red Loveliness × Chinese Chariot)
$9.00 per plant
*Forsyth Klondike.
 LeFever.  1999.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  30"-7".  3-4 branches.  25 buds.  ML.  Gold self.  Green throat.  Fragrant.  A monster flower with a shiny finish and heavy substance.  Wild ruffles.   (Solar Music × Majestic Move)
$18.00 per plant
*Forty Fourth Parallel.  Bremer.  2012.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  33"-6".  4 branches.  26 buds.  M to ML.  A deep lavender purple with a darker eyezone and edge, Forty Forth Parallel has been an outstanding performer in the selection field for years.  Scapes are stiff, straight and have 3 long laterals that carry 26+ buds.  FFP in a clump has lots of flower power.  A solid northern tier plant. (Orchid Elegance × Inquire Within).

$12.00 per plant
*Fragrant Bouquet.
  Reckamp-Klehm. Dormant. Tetraploid.  1989.  30"-5".  3-4 branches.  20 Buds.  M to ML.  Fragrant. Cream with hints of pink. Shiny flowers have nice fringy edges and are carried on well branched scapes.  A favorite. 
$7.00 per plant
Frans Hals. 
Flory. 1955.  Dormant.  Diploid.  24"-5".  3 branches.  20 buds.  ML. Bright rust & orange bicolor, orange midrib on petals.  An oldie, but an excellent landscape plant.  (Baggette × Cornell)
$7.00 per plant
*Free Tibet.  Hanson.  2001.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  33"-5".  4 branches.  23 buds.  M.  Shrimp bisque blend with a yellow-green throat.  Angel's Smile kid of heavy substance and nice round form.  Excellent scapes displayed over deep green foliage.  ((Phaedra × (Wilbur Harling × Dance Ballerina Dance)) × (Angel's Smile × My Darling Clementine))
$25.00 per plant
*Frieda Allen Jarrell.  Santa Lucia. 2003.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  20"+-5.5".  5 branches. 24 buds.  ML.  Pale lavender pink with huge gray lavender watermark above large yellow to green throat. One of the finest daylilies in our opinion.  (sdlg × Tet. Morning Mood)
$18.00 per plant
*Fringed Catwaba.  Klehm.  1996.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  32"-6".  4 branches.  26 buds.  M. Catawba red blend with a small yellow fringe. Yellow green throat.  A very unusual flower color that has great character.  A big time popular plant when in bloom at the farm.
$18.00 per plant
*Frothing at the Mouth.  Bremer.  2013.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  23"-6".  3-4 branches.  24 buds.  M.  Soft cream white with infusion of pink and bubbled edge.  Lot's frothy edge here.  Beautiful soft pastel.  Excellent northern fancy flowers.  (Virtuosity x Wedding in the Snow).
$15.00 per plant
*Fujita Scale.  Bremer.  2005.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  27"-5.5".  3-4 branches.  22 buds.  M.  Like the varying intensities of a tornado, Fujita scale will have a different color each day.  Which flower is a F4 on the scale?  Some days it is a dark black red, others, purple feathered in silver and still others it is brown with a black purple eye. This is my wife Kim's favorite flower, I think it mirrors her many moods (I won't incriminate myself further).  In any event, each variation is beautiful and all will have that wild green throat.  Flowers open well in all conditions.  It's pod parent, Love's Call, has been one of our best parents for purples and reds that open well and hold up relatively well in the sun.  Plants are very hardy, but may produce more flowers further south.  Fujita Scale is only a moderate increaser.  Great plant and flower. 
$7.00 per plant
Fun Fling.  Childs.  1981.  Dormant.  Diploid.  28"-6.5.  2-3 branches.  16 buds.  M.  Unusual form spatulate.  Dark lavender-purple with white midribs.  The large yellow-green throat really sets this large recurved flower off.  Grows small fans carrying large flowers.  Very good.
Others available in limited supply:  Fall Creek Gorge, Favor and Blessings, Feather in My Cap, Frankie's Fantasy, Frozen Arrowhead,
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