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Image Daylily (Hemerocallis 'A Dream Remembered')
Blooming for the first time in summer of 2018 - it is STUNNING! I adore this one. Great colors, shape, and overall look. It has bloomed non-stop since it started. I cannot believe how awesome this is. I highly recommend. All DL gardens should have this beauty.

Dormant - 34 inches tall. Got it from Blue Ridge Daylilies in NC. Just planted it in 2017, so I hope to see it in the summer of 2018.

Dormancy is a temporary suspension of visible growth of any plant structure containing a meristem*. The term "dormant" is not restricted to deciduous plants but applies also to evergreen and semi-evergreen plants, which can retain some, or all, of their foliage while having dormant buds. All daylilies, regardless of foliage habit, are capable of cold temperature dormancy in the technical sense where it gets cold enough to suspend growth.
Photo courtesy of Blue Ridge Daylilies Daylily (Hemerocallis 'A Reptile Dysfunction')
2nd summer for his one. It's really nice. I'm a huge fan of purples and lavenders and of DL's that have a UFO shape. So this one is a keeper (as if I'd get rid of any of mine - not).
Image Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Aaron Brown')
Semi-evergreen. 46 inches tall. I got mine from Don Herr in PA. Have had it for 3 yrs now. I truly love this DL - the color combination is so striking!

Intermediate foliage behavior that is not adequately described as simply DECIDUOUS or EVERGREEN.
Taken at Rice's garden Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Ada May Musick')
First bloom arrive in mid-July and it's very nice. I got this one because of course I like lavender tones. But also because I have a favorite granddaughter named Ada. And...because in my family tree we have a "Musick family" from Kentucky. It made me wonder if this Ada Musick was actually a relative. I'm going to try and find out.
Image Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Adeline Goldner')
First blooms were in 2017 - blooming again in 2018. I love the shape & the fact that it's a solid yellow.
Adriana Margetts Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Adriana Margetts')
Semi-evergreen. 27 inches tall (but seems taller at my house). I got this one from Jack Church about 5 yrs ago.
Image Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Aerial Applique')
Foliage type: Semi-evergreen
Scape height: 32 inches
Got it from Jack Church (OH)
It bloomed first time 2017. But not very much. Hope to see more of it in 2018.
I went to Blue Ridge Daylilies in North Carolina & picked this ri Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Alien Angel')
Dormant. 43 inches tall. I got mine from Blue Ridge Daylilies in NC when I visited there in 2016. I love it. Seems to be very hardy here in MD.
Image Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Alien Concept')
Foliage type: Semi-evergreen
Scape height: 42 inches
This one bloomed a few times in 2017 (first yr) - but it didn't really look like the photos I had of it. So we'll let it mature and see what happens in the next couple of years. Sometimes DL's take awhile to develop while others don't.
First year blooming at my house Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Alien Instinct')
Dormant: 35 inches tall. This one is very tall & grew well in my garden for its first year.
Image Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Alien Whisper')
Dormant: 45 inches tall. First blooming in 2017. In Bob Selman's Alien series. This was a very pale flower at my house this past season. Pale pinkish with pale yellow center. Not quite like the photos I've seen. Plus it didn't reach the height it's supposed to be. However...this may be one that gets better and better each year. We'll see. I don't give up on any.

2018 Update: well, it has bloomed (as of June 18th) and is still growing short & is still pink not lavender. However, I'm going to move it after it's finished blooming this season & try it in another location. I'm thinking that color may depend on what kind of soil it's in and the nutrients it's getting or not getting.
Photo courtesy of James Gossard of Heavenly Gardens Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Aliens in the Garden')
Dormant: 36 inches tall. I got this because I liked the design/pattern. However, when it bloomed in 2017 for the first time it did not have any. Kind of like Get Jiggy. So, I'll wait & see what it does this summer.
Posted with permission and photographed by Kathy Rinke http://www Daylily (Hemerocallis 'All American Chief')
Dormant: 32 inches tall. Another Red with yellow center. This sometimes can resemble others like Ruby Spider or Red Headed Hussy. Regardless, it's still very nice.
Image Daylily (Hemerocallis 'All Fired Up')
Evergreen. 20 inches tall (but gets taller at my house). I got this one from Jack Church about 7 yrs ago. Transplanted it from my old house to my new house & it did fine. Always has lots of scapes & blooms. Is one of the first ones to bloom here.

Evergreen means: The foliage habit of daylilies that retain their foliage throughout the year. In cold winter climates, evergreen daylilies over-winter as a mound of frozen pale green foliage. Evergreens may resume growth during a mid-winter thaw in mild climates. Evergreen daylilies do not set resting buds.
Photo courtesy of Blue Ridge Daylilies Daylily (Hemerocallis 'All Quacked Up')
Ploidy: Tetraploid
Foliage type: Dormant
Just planted - spring of 2018
From Blue Ridge
Image Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Alpha and Omega')
(Absolute must-have)
Photo courtesy of Floyd Cove Nursery Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Amber Stained Glass')
Image Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Amethyst Ice')
Semi-evergreen, and 36 inches tall. The photo of this does not do it justice. It's a gorgeous flower. I got this from Blue Ridge Daylilies & it bloomed for the first time in the summer of 2017.
Image Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Amy Noel')
2017: Has not bloomed yet.

2018: Yes, it has bloomed now - in mid July. It's tall and very nice in my garden. Glad I got it.
Image Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Ancient Wisdom')
2017: Has not bloomed yet.

2018: It did bloom and was very short. Also, not purple like the photo. It's pink. But that happens with many daylilies that are listed as lavender - you end up with pink instead. Not sure why that happens; however my first guess would be the type of soil it's in & what nutrients it's getting. Everybody's garden dirt is different. We have clay here that I try to add high quality garden soil (with fertilizer in it) to the clay.

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