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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.
$35.00 per plant
*I Lava You.  Holmes.  2009.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  44"-9".  M. 24 buds.  5 branches.  Unusual form-crispate.  Clean bright orange with paler orange watermark blending into petals.  Excellent, much in demand and scarce.  (Bombay Silk x Webster's Red Knight).
$7.00 per plant
*Illini Jackpot.  Varner.  1981.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  32"-6".  4 Branches.  28 buds.  ML.  Deep dark red with green throat.  Scapes are large and well branched.  Superior.  (Ed Murray × sdlg)
$25.00 per plant
*I'm a King Bee.
  Bachman.  2009.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  48"-9".  M.  I'm a King Bee, is a Casacade UF, a burnt red self with a huge gold throat that comes way out on the petals and farther on the sepals, also slight yellow midribs. The scapes are wide branched 3 ways with 27 buds. The recurved 9" blooms have a wing span of 14". There is a slight ruffling to the petal edges. (Klaatu Barada Nikto x Thin Man).   Good pollen but very reluctant pod set.
$7.00 per plant
*Impossible Mission.  Benz.  2000.  Dormant.  34"-6".  3 branches.  22 buds.  M.  Fragrant.  Pale white-lavender with burgundy eye and green throat.  Excellent and choice!  (Always Afternoon × Tet. Barbara Mitchell)
$75.00 per plant
*Incredible Bulk.  Bremer.  2012.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  28"-6.5".  4 branches.  28 buds.  Very light melon-yellow with a ruffled gold edge and green throat.  Opens very flat.  Description sounds like many other plants, but diamond dusting, form and carriage are so unique that confusion is impossible.  One of the really good ones available.  Impeccable scapes.  Fertile.  ((Wedding in the Snow x Peach Bombshell) x Fragrant Bouquet). 
$8.00 per plant
*Ink Spot.
  Bremer.  Unregistered.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  28"-5.5".  3 branches.  20 buds.  Medium/deep lavender with a muted slate eyezone and yellow throat.  Color is broken or reticulated throughout and has a wonderful effect.  Popular with visitors.
$18.00 per plant
*Intelligent Design.  Emmerich.  2003.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  EM.  Fragrant.  36"-6".  15 buds.  3 branches.  Pink lavender with merlot wine eye above a green throat.  Interesting pattern to the eye make this a good one.  (Mask of Eternity x Ancient Reflections). 
$30.00 per plant
*Into the Abyss.  Bremer. 2013.  Dormant.  Tetraploid. 28" height. 6" flower.  Dormant. Gorgeous deep purple flowers with a small green throat (darker than image).  Excellent foliage and scapes.  Clumps are spectacular in configuration and the color is a stand out in the garden.  While the color is deep, it also shines.  (Paul Voth x Fujita Scale). 
$7.00 per plant
Intrepid Patriot.  Bremer.  2005.  Dormant.  Diploid.  33"-6".  4 branches.  23 buds.  M.  Red-purple self with green throat.  The unusual form flowers pinch and curl.  Flowers are carried high and are quite noticeable for a dark color.  Quick increaser.  Excellent in a clump.  Fertile.  (American Revolution (Open Hearth x Kindly Light)) x Jan's Twister. 
$7.00 per plant
*Iron In the Fire. 2005. Bremer.  Dormant.  Tetraploid.  28" height, 5.5" flowers. 3 branches & 17 to 22 buds.  ML.  Flowers are a true orange with a bright red eyezone and green throat.  Like its sib, Windy Place, it has a somewhat triangular flower carried well above the foliage.  Plants are not as big as Windy Place, but possess the same beautiful foliage.  We grew well over a 50 seedlings from this cross and Windy Place and Iron In the Fire were winners, but many others had wonderful eyes and vibrant colors.  If you'd like to try a cross that gets oodles of great garden flowers with varying eyezones try crossing Real Wind with Ruby Sentinel.  Iron In The Fire is already producing some excellent eyed seedlings!  Moderate to slow increaser and takes a year in the ground to get up and running.  (Real Wind x Ruby Sentinel).
Others available in limited supply:  I See How You Look at Me, Italian Cameo.
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