Tall with small blooms is not what immediately jumps to mind when one thinks of Bachman cultivars, but these are a few of Dan's that I think are gems. All highly recommended.
Cincy's Pat Henley (Bachman, 2007)
height 35in (89cm), bloom 4.5in (11.5cm), season M, Dormant, Diploid, 20 buds, 3 branches, Reddish purple with darker halo above yellow green throat. (sdlg × Charon the Ferryman)
KR Notes : Great scape ! Lovely color ! Hardy and vigorous !
Gimme a Pigfoot (Bachman, 2013)
height 41in (104cm), bloom 5in (12.5cm), season M, Semi-Evergreen, Diploid, 42 buds, 4 branches, Grape purple with white midribs and chartruese throat. ((Itsy Bitsy Spider × sdlg) × Crystal Blue Persuasion)
KR Notes: Great Scape, candelabra branching, tons of blooms! Hardy and VERY vigorous ! Starts blooming the first week in July and continues into September.
Good Bye Pork Pie Hat (Bachman, 2012)
height 54in (137cm), bloom 3.5in (8.9cm), season M, Semi-Evergreen, Diploid, 30 buds, 5 branches, Spider Ratio 4.00:1, Washed lavender bitone with chartreuse throat. (unknown × unknown)
KR Notes: Great Scape ! Cute small bloom ! Very Fertile ! Hardy and Vigorous !
Reete Petite (Bachman, 2007)
height 40in (102cm), bloom 4in (10.2cm), season MLa, Semi-Evergreen, Diploid, 20 buds, 4 branches, Spider Ratio 4.33:1, Gold self. ((Golden Chimes × (Coburg Fright Wig × sdlg)) × Party Array)
KR Notes: Not jut another small Yellow ! I love them Tall and Small ! Great Scape ! Hardy and Vigorous !
Can't find my photo of it, (dang hard drive crash), you'll just have to take my word for it. One I will always grow.
Woodchopper's Ball (Bachman, 2012)
height 60in (152cm), bloom 4in (10.2cm), season MLa, Semi-Evergreen, Diploid, 24 buds, 6 branches, Scarlet red petals with gold midribs, yellow sepals with bronzed red brushing, gold green throat. ((Tasmania × It's Soul Time) × (Karen's Curls × It's Soul Time))
KR Notes : Photos, simply do not do this one justice. It's such a standout in the garden, I've seen nothing else like it. You may think it's not cutting edge, but you will change your mind when you see this perfectly balanced 60" cutie growing in a garden. Great scape! Hardy and vigorous !
I hesitate to show one of my photos, as it really doesn't do it justice. (taken with a phone) Color is more "red" and vibrant. If you like tall smalls, do yourself a favor and seek this one out.