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MH0463H (Huben nr) 48 EM 3.75, Melon Polychrome, Dor Dip
A tall-and-small melon trumpet with 6 br, 35 bu, GT.
Exalted Trumpets (Huben 2016) 44 E 3.5, Melon Self, Dor Dip
MH0463S = (MH0226E * MH0288J)
Modern trumpet form daylilies with modern ruffles and colors provide an important contrast to the usual bagel forms which so dominate our gardens. Exalted Trumpets is a true tall-and-small with excellent scapes that have 6 branches and 24 buds. Many other tall daylilies concentrate their branches in the last few inches, but Exalted Trumpets places the branches at wide intervals on the scape. The melon color is much less yellow than this picture shows, and the sepals have prominant red stripes on the reverse.
MH1194A (Huben )
(Ice Trumpets * MH0463H)
Near white the first year and cream the second, but the green throat is awesome. Excellent branching and budcount.
MH0226E (Huben )
(Nutmeg Elf * Boston Symphony)
An F1 towards tall-and-small whites and melons.
Nutmeg Elf (McCabe 1978) 18 EM 3, Gold Self, Dor Dip Spd
Boston Symphony (Reilly 1998) 30 E 3.5, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
(Swiss Mint * Gentle Shepherd)
MH0288J (Huben )
(Echo The Sun * Polar Picture)
pale, opens well, tall as ETS, no tongue
Echo The Sun (Sobek 1990) 41 M 3.25, Yellow Self, Dor Dip Ext Noc
(Purity * Stella De Oro)
A spectacular tall-and-small yellow with 60 buds or more.
Polar Picture (Millikan 1994) 25 ML 4.5, NearWhite Self, Sev Dip
(sdlg * Big Snowbird)