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Flutterbye

Flutterbye (Childs 1981)

Here are a few more daylily faces. It’s traditional to show single daylily blooms in photographs so that the intricacies of the flower can be appreciated. Lest you should think that daylilies just bloom one flower at a time, however, I’ve included a few clumps.

I demonstrated great restraint this spring, and didn’t add a single new daylily cultivar to the garden, leaving the hemerocallis count at 140 varieties, so these photos represent just a modest sampling, taken at random according to what looked good to the camera.

Earth Angel

Earth Angel (Stamile 1987)

Rue madeline

Rue Madeline (Carr 1992)

Prague Spring

Prague Spring (Lambert 1989)

Chesapeake Crablegs

Chesepeake Crablegs (Reed 1994)

Asterisk

Asterisk (Lambert 1985)

Slow Burn

Slow Burn (Salter 1996)

Blonde is Beautiful

Blonde is Beautiful (Harris Benz 1985)

Magic Carpet Ride

Magic Carpet Ride (Kirchhoff 1992)

Beautiful Edgings

Beautiful Edgings (Copenhaven 1989)

Electric Man

Electric Man (Culver 2007)

August Morn

August Morn (Carpenter 1995)

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Blonde is Beautiful

Blonde is Beautiful (Harris Benz 1985)

Here are the latest daylilies that are just beginning to bloom. The name of the daylily is shown beneath each photograph, along with the breeder who hybridized the plant and the date it was registered or introduced.

Flaming Wildflower

Flaming Wildfire (Rasmussen 1996)

Smugglers Dream

Smuggler's Dream (Branch 1994)

Longstocking

Longstocking (Stamile 1997)

Handsome Prince

Handsome Prince (Courtourier 1993)

Custard Candy

Custard Candy (Stamile 1989)

Beautiful Edgings

Beautiful Edgings (Copenhaver 1989)

Starman's Quest

Starman's Quest (Burkey 1989)

Cameroons

Cameroons (Munson 1984)

Choo Choo Fantasy

Choo Choo Fantasy (Pickles 1995)

Karen's Curls

Karen's Curls (Reinke 1997)

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