Lights Of Valinor
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Lights Of Valinor (Wetzel 2004) 44 EM Re 5, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
Tall, white, with branching and wide ruffled form.
Gladycita (Huben 2016) 36 EM 4, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
(Ice Trumpets * Lights Of Valinor)
The most graceful near-white I've bred so far. Gladycita is named for my fiancee's mother in Ecuador. An early morning opener with excellent ruffling, a nice trumpety shape, and the best kind of white with a green throat. Parent of Sioux Hall: Galdycita throughs extraordinary clarity and great form. Not a rapid increaser, but quite fertile. 4 branches and 12 buds in my garden, but much more at Harmon Hill Farm.
MH1190E (Huben ) 28 E 3, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
(MH9735A * Gladycita)
Sioux Hall (Huben 2016) 36 EM 3.5, Lavender Self, Dor Dip
(Sobek 93.36 * Gladycita)
This is a very intense and sunfast lavender with an extraordinary green throat that speaks for itself. It is named in honor of the late, great Sioux Hall (6th dan Aikido), who taught me so much about Aikido and raising children. I knew Sioux for 32 years, and she has been a close friend of my entire family. Sioux usually tied her red hair with a lavender ribbon. I'm registering this daylily with 5 branches and 33 buds, but sometimes it has 6 branches and 37 buds (and sometimes less.) The excellent scape, which is erect and doesn't lean at all, comes from altissima breeding by Bob Sobek.
MH0852V (Huben ) 40 ? ?, Pink Self, Dor Dip Noc
(Sobek 93.36 * Lights Of Valinor)
Extreme vigor and increase, seldom opens correctly.