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MH0015.5 (Huben ) 24 E 4, NearWhite Self, Evr Dip

(Millie Schlumf * Early And Often)


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Siblings

    Descendents

    • Let Me Be Clear Let Me Be Clear (Huben 2010) 26 EM Re 4, Pink w' Faint Band, Dor Dip
      (Frequent Flyer * MH0015.5)
      Icy Pink with faint band. Northern Continuous rebloom. The clearest pink rebloomer to date. Rapid increaser. Excellent rebloomer. Blooms until frost.

    • MH0207K MH0207K (Huben ) 20 E 3.5, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip Noc Ext
      (MH0029R * MH0015.5)
      • Brilliant Bouquet Brilliant Bouquet (Huben 2013) 28 EM Re 3.5, Cream Self, Dor Dip
        (Sunshine On Clouds * MH0207K)
        When I bred Sunshine On Clouds, I loved the behavior but wanted a whiter flower. With Brilliant Bouquet I failed to get a whiter flower, but kept all the good behavior, improved the foliage, improved the flower form a little, and got a marvelous performer. Sunshine On Clouds often covers itself in bloom, but Brilliant Bouquet brings that to a new level, at times giving a "cushion mum" effect. The above photo is ungroomed except for liveheading the previous day, and it is unnecessary to remove the spent blooms because they close well. With 5 branches, 28 buds, some bud building and some rebloom, that means a long season covered with flowers. Likely rust resistant.
      • Chill Chill (Huben 2014) 28 EE 3.5, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
        (Ice Trumpets * MH0207K)
        A beautiful extra early, ruffled near-white with a sunfast green throat.
        • Commence Commence (Huben 2016) 26 EE 4, Melon Polychrome, Dor Dip Noc
          (Ain't Yeller * Chill)
          My very best extra early to date. A very pale melon with a green throat that opened the first of June! 4 branches and 24 buds. Extra earlies need to open well in cool weather, and this one was flat open well before 7AM after a 55 degree night (I didn't get to check with cooler temperatures.) It has excellent substance and is rainfast, though it is not entirely sunfast. I love the wide, ruffled petals and cool melon color. There is nothing else like it during the extra early season. Vigorous, too! If you want to have a beautiful daylily that blooms with the June perennials but isn't yellow, this is the one. If you want to breed for early bloom to facilitate rebloom or to cope with short growing seasons, I highly recommend this one.

        • MH1023B MH1023B (Huben ) ? EE 4, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
          (Frozen * Chill)
          A breakthrough in near white extra earlies!

        • MH1026.23 MH1026.23 (Huben ) 24 EE 3.75, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
          (Ain't Yeller * Chill)
          The earliest near white I've ever seen! Rainfast, opens well in cool weather. Nice green throat! 3 branches and 12 buds.

        • Nippy Nippy (Huben 2020) 30 E 4, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip Ext
          (Frozen * Chill)
          A ruffled, very white with 5 branches and 32 buds. Does not rebloom for me, but with a bud count like that who needs it? It opens well in cool weather and closes well, better than its sibling Shiver, not needing deadheading. It's diamond dusted with a very green throat.

        • Shiver Shiver (Huben 2020) 30 E 5, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip Ext
          (Frozen * Chill)
          A ruffled white with 5 branches and 29 buds, much whiter than in the picture. Does not rebloom for me, but with a bud count like that who needs it? It opens well in cool weather. It's diamond dusted with a green throat. The foliage is very good until late in the season, better than its' sibling Nippy. It also has much larger flowers than Nippy.

      • Ethereal Pink Ethereal Pink (Huben 2016) 24 E Re 4, Pink Self, Dor Dip
        (Boston Marathon * MH0207K)
        The best, clearest, appleblossom pink color I have ever seen in a daylily, and on one of my continual rebloomers no less! I love the narrow, flat-open, ruffled form which I am working into my other narrow forms. An early morning opener with a green throat. Not crazy vigorous like its parent Boston Marathon, but adequately so. 3 branches and 12 buds, but who cares: it reblooms strongly! Likely rust resistant.

      • Height Of Fashion Height Of Fashion (Huben 2012) 44 EM 4, Pink w'Dark Eye, Dor Dip
        (Frequent Flyer * MH0207K)
        Tall-and-small, well-ruffled pink with a dark eye and green throat. Rapid increaser that stands erect and has splendid foliage. Something of a bitone. Strong pollen parent. 20 buds, 4 branches.
      • MH0416A MH0416A (Huben ) 20 E 3.25, Cream Self, Dor Dip
        (MH0001.8 * MH0207K)
        • MH0837A MH0837A (Huben ) 24 EM 4, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
          (MH0416A * White And Nerdy)

        • MH1118C MH1118C (Huben ) 18 EM Re 3.25, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
          (MH0416A * MH0801V)
          Short rebloomer with a huge green throat that holds all day. Great form, 2br8bu.
          • MH1310.7 MH1310.7 (Huben ) NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
            (MH1112I * MH1118C)
            A precocial sibling to MH1310.27 that also has rapid increase.

          • Precocial Precocial (Huben 2020) 18 E 3, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
            (MH1112I * MH1118C)
            Remarkable for being precocial (blooming in only 4 months from seed in the tree tray) and extremely rapid increase (8 baby fans from the first one.) The clear color, green throat and beautiful form are a big bonus. This pollen went onto every rebloom parent in the garden. No rebloom in the north, but might rebloom in the south and throws strongly reblooming kids that are very white with green throats. Probably rust resistant because its kids are.
            • Flurries Flurries (Huben 2020) 26 E Re 3.75, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
              (Vanilla Stella * Precocial)
              A diamond dusted, near-white, northern rebloomer with a green throat. It opens well in cool weather and closes well, not needing deadheading. It has excellent foliage that makes a great looking clump, slightly better than Icy Stella's. 4 branches and 15 buds. Probably rust resistant because of its parents.

            • Icy Stella Icy Stella (Huben 2020) 30 E Re 4, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
              (Frozen * Precocial)
              Another diamond dusted, near-white, northern rebloomer with a green throat. It opens well in cool weather and closes well, not needing deadheading. It has excellent foliage that makes a great looking clump. 4 branches and 15 buds. Slightly larger and whiter than Flurries. 3 branches and 15 buds. Probably rust resistant because of its parents.

            • MH1503K MH1503K (Huben ) ? ? ?, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
              (Accentuate The Green * Precocial)
              A near white rebloom seedling growing in Ecuador that has bloomed continuously for more than a year. Shows good rust resistance, probably from parent Precocial. Usually opens well after 45 degree nights. Foliage is very short in the cold at 2 miles elevation, as if it wants to go dormant.

      • MH0422F MH0422F (Huben ) 20 E Re 4, Pink w'Rose Eye, Dor Dip
        (My Complimentary * MH0207K)
        A clear, sunfast, pink rebloomer. Few buds, small plant.
      • Magenta Kisses Magenta Kisses (Huben 2013) 28 E Re 3.5, NearWhite w'Magenta Eye, Dor Dip Noc
        (Frequent Flyer * MH0207K)
        Magenta Kisses has long been a favorite of mine, because it has such beautifully clear colors and such a sharply defined, very green throat. It is one of the spin offs I expected from my rebloom lines, but not directly in my breeding plans because I'm not working for eyed rebloomers. Magenta Kisses is a child of Frequent Flier, which can act as a color clarifier and often passes rebloom. It is a consistent one-time rebloomer here, and could be an important part of anybody's northern rebloom program. Even though it has only three branches and ten buds, that's not important because of the rebloom. Because it is only a modest increaser, I would recommend crossing it with rebloomers that have rapid increase.

    • MH0331A MH0331A (Huben ) 22 E 2.75, Pink Self, ? Dip
      (MH9913B * MH0015.5)
      • Accentuate The Green Accentuate The Green (Huben 2013) 29 E Re 3, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
        (MH0331A * Vanilla Stella)
        Accentuate The Green is the first of a series of perfect little white flowers with green throats that rebloom in profusion. From its parent Vanilla Stella it inherits northern rebloom, rapid increase, excellent form and a very green throat. I thought the branching and budcount were ok, with 12 buds in my garden, but at the Harmon's it increased to 17 buds with their better conditions. The green is what makes this one special for me. It radiates out of the throat in the veins, a characteristic I'm breeding for. I have a lot of seedlings of Accentuate The Green with its sibs and MH0837A. I don't usually do sib crosses, but the green-on-white potential here is so high!
        • MH1102.12 MH1102.12 (Huben ) 22 EM Re 3.25, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
          (Accentuate The Green * MH0902S)

        • MH1102A MH1102A (Huben ) 22 EM Re 3.25, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
          (Accentuate The Green * MH0902S)
          Rapid increase! Rebloom isn't heavy.

        • MH1103.16 MH1103.16 (Huben ) 34 E Re 2.75, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
          (Accentuate The Green * MH0923W)
          5br35bu, GT, trumpety, tiny ruffles, heavy substance, opens poorly, not very white

        • MH1103.21 MH1103.21 (Huben ) 24 E Re 2.25, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
          (Accentuate The Green * MH0923W)
          very small, GT, 3br9bu, melts

        • MH1103.24 MH1103.24 (Huben )
          (Accentuate The Green * MH0923W)
          Very green!

        • MH1103.31 MH1103.31 (Huben ) 24 E 3, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
          (Accentuate The Green * MH0923W)
          4br19bu

        • MH1103.32 MH1103.32 (Huben ) 24 E Re 3.25, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
          (Accentuate The Green * MH0923W)
          GT! very white, 5br19bu, three reblooms!

        • MH1503K MH1503K (Huben ) ? ? ?, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
          (Accentuate The Green * Precocial)
          A near white rebloom seedling growing in Ecuador that has bloomed continuously for more than a year. Shows good rust resistance, probably from parent Precocial. Usually opens well after 45 degree nights. Foliage is very short in the cold at 2 miles elevation, as if it wants to go dormant.

        • North Meets South North Meets South (Huben 2020) 26 EM Re 4, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
          (Accentuate The Green * Evelyn Gates)
          20 years ago I started breeding to produce this, a daylily that is very white and performs a lot like Stella De Oro. About half the fans rebloomed last year: more rebloom should be expected in the south. A very near-white bagel with beautiful ruffling. It opens well in cool weather, and very importantly it also closes well so that it doesn't need deadheading. 4 branches and 17 buds. The foliage and clump look really good until it goes dormant, darker green than most near-whites. Anybody wishing to breed for beautiful northern rebloomers should use this for its size, clarity, ruffles, rebloom, good increase, foliage and clump. I'd recommend crossing it to anything in my rebloom lines. Pod and pollen fertile. And it goes without saying that I recommend this as an extraordinary garden plant. Probably some rust resistance from parent Evelyn Gates.

      • Green Effusion Green Effusion (Huben 2014) 21 E Re 3, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
        (MH0331A * Vanilla Stella)
        Green Effusion is the second of a series of perfect little white flowers with green throats that rebloom in profusion. From its parent Vanilla Stella it inherits northern rebloom, rapid increase, excellent form and a very green throat. I thought the branching and budcount were ok, with 4 branches and 12 buds in my garden, but at the Harmon's it skyrocketed to 32 inches, 5 branches and 50 buds on some scapes! The green is what makes this one special for me. It radiates out of the throat in the veins, even more than for its sib Accentuate The Green. I'm breeding heavily with this one for green over white. I also love the up-facing habit of the flowers. One small detail that is really attractive when you notice it is the rosy color of the pollen sacks against the green throat before they open.

        This one has one minor flaw: it doesn't open well after cool nights.

      • MH0923P MH0923P (Huben ) ? EE Re ?, Pink w'White Edge, Dor Dip
        (MH0331A * Vanilla Stella)

      • MH0923W MH0923W (Huben ) ? E Re ?, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
        (MH0331A * Vanilla Stella)


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