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Spring Frolic (Apps 1995) 21 EE 4, Yellow Self, Sev Dip Fra
Delicate Lace (Huben 2003) 18 E Re 4, Cream Self, Dor Dip Fra Ext
(MH9501B * Spring Frolic)
What an unusual form! Quite orchid-like: any narrower and it would be spatulate. The foliage is truly dwarf, with a flower large enough to surprise: it's almost a rock garden plant. Blooms start out cream, but rapidly fade in the sun to a highly diamond-dusted pearly polychrome. It usually blooms two sets of scapes for me, but more in other people's gardens. 8 buds. It throws excellent reblooming kids of all shapes and sizes, and carries melon.
MH0001.8 (Huben ) 11 E Re 3.5, Melon Polychrome, Dor Dip
(Delicate Lace * Early And Often)
MH0416A (Huben ) 20 E 3.25, Cream Self, Dor Dip
(MH0001.8 * MH0207K)
MH0837A (Huben ) 24 EM 4, NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
(MH0416A * White And Nerdy)
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.
MH1310.27 (Huben ) NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
(MH1112I * MH1118C)
Remarkable for being precocial (blooming in only 7 months from seed) 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 yet, but I can't wait to see how it performs in 2015.
MH1310.7 (Huben ) NearWhite Self, Dor Dip
(MH1112I * MH1118C)
A precocial sibling to MH1310.27 that also has rapid increase.
Flowers Of Sulphur (Huben 2003) 20 E Re 4.25, Yellow Self, Dor Dip Vfr Ext Emo
(MH9501E * Spring Frolic)
Why another yellow rebloomer? Well, it's a pure sulphur-yellow self, all the way into the throat, much bigger than most others, strongly diamond dusted, opens well, and has a delightful short stature. Only 9 buds (2 more than STELLA DE ORO), but routinely blooms at least two sets of scapes. Breeds rebloomers, and carries melon.
Twist Again (Huben 2003) 28 E Re 5, YellowGreen Self, Dor Dip Noc
(Cool Spice * Spring Frolic)
The longest-blooming daylily in my garden. Four years running it has bloomed for 11 weeks on three sets of scapes. The color is a very cool yellow-green that fades in the sun to a remarkable cream and green giving the impression of a cream flower with a green bullseye. There is no other northern rebloomer on the market with this color. It has an excellent budcount of 20 (unusually high for a rebloomer.) The heavily ruffled petals twist differently in every flower, providing lots of motion in this unusual form. This one sells in August and September when people see the rebloom.
- Happy Returns
Brocaded Gown (Millikan 1979) 26 EM Re 6, Cream Self, Sev Dip Ext
(Buttermilk Sky * Sabie)