I finally got a couple more NoID blooms today, and saw some more yesterday during a visit to an overgrown (and, I predict soon-to-close) daylily farm south of Raleigh.
NoID L14 (bought last year from that same farm) - It's a golden peach, and heavily diamond dusted.
NoID - All I know is this ISN'T Autumn Minaret (bought from Niche Gardens' going-out-of-business sale in October 2019). Could it be Hemerocallis altissima, one of AM's parents? I'd give scape height and bloom size, but they wouldn't be accurate because the plant is in a pot and we've had such hot/dry weather.
NoID E65-67 - I hope this plant is what I ended up with. It must be healthy, if it can bloom in the middle of a patch of Virginia Creeper AND right under a Japanese maple tree.
Interesting veining. It was missing its marker, but it might be Nowhere to Hide, which I know they had last year.
Althought it's washed out in the bright sunlight, this was a lovely shade of pink.
Another pretty pink with a dark eye