|[ Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Coral Majority') | Posted on July 27, 2015 ]
Coral Majority, is a late bloomer, and one of the last plants blooming here, Central Washington State. Coral Majority is a very bright bloom, with a glow that can't be captured in a picture. It also has very high scape density for lots of blooms.
|[ Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Chicago Apache') | Posted on July 27, 2015 ]
Chicago Apache is a mid-late bloomer for me, and it is one of the last Daylilies in bloom here, Central Washington State. Scapes are over 30", and color holds very well for such a dark red.
|[ Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Bold Heritage') | Posted on July 27, 2015 ]
Bold Heritage was the only Daylily to set pods well during an early heat wave here, in Central Washington State, average temps from high 90's to 114 for two weeks. One of my favorite eye/edged Daylilies, it is a great performer for me, although it takes a few blooms before it begins to open well.
|[ Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Sabine Baur') | Posted on June 4, 2015 ]
My photo I placed on here is not the best you will see in the database. In fact, it is a FFO for my garden on June 4th temps mid 50's, but it was taken at 5:30am and shows that this plant is a CMO here in my zone 6a garden. This is important here, where mornings are often mid 50's.
|[ Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Zada Mae') | Posted on April 3, 2015 ]
Please enlarge my photo, so that you can see the branching and number of buds. WOW, just a fantastic, prolific Daylily, not to mention the beautiful consistent double bloom. It even had a couple of rebloom scapes in my zone 5b/6a garden. A must have! Listed as a mid season bloomer, but Zada Mae has been one of the earliest blooms the past three years, and the 2nd behind Stella this year, 2015, with FFO on May 26. We did have an early mild spring this year.
|[ Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Stolen Treasure') | Posted on September 6, 2014 ]
Was planted spring of 2013, bloomed in 2014. Two of three scapes were bud builders blooming for almost two months. Plant did receive liquid nitrogen several times. Update: scapes were bud builders again in 2015.
|[ Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Exotic Treasure') | Posted on August 24, 2014 ]
Exotic Treasure was planted in my garden in May of 2013 and bloomed in 2014 with 4 scapes and 4 instant rebloom scapes. There were still a few blooms on the original scapes when the rebloom scapes began to bloom. Although the rebloom made for lots of blooms, I never saw one open completely and, in fact, most of the blooms looked similar to a tulip bloom. It is a new plant. I hope the blooms improve as I had very few that rebloomed here. I'm in Central Washington State, zone 5b. UPDATE 2015: Blooms were a little better, but many didn't fully open again, fast multiplier, planted 2013 as 3 fans, now large clump with 17 scapes and 2 instant rebloom scapes this year.
|[ Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Yellowstone Canyon') | Posted on August 16, 2014 ]
Yellowstone Canyon produces blooms with heavy substance that hold up very well in our dry heat here, zone 5b Central Washington. It was planted late summer of 2012 and has not multiplied like many of the others planted at the same time, but is a healthy plant. I was able to set 2 pods on it this year. One of my favorite blooms, looks carved out of wax, very bright yellow.