I do not have Dragonfly Dawn, but it is one of my favorite daylilies. It is a great parent for hybridizing to get patterning on seedlings blooms.
I have several seedlings of Dragonfly Dawn x Dragonfly Dawn. This is my personal experience and information about using this cultivar in hybridizing, I created these 2 pedigree charts .....
The first chart is Dragonfly Dawn's Pedigree Chart which I find very interesting. It has quite a variety of genes! :
The second chart is showing my four DD x DD seedlings on a Pedigree Chart to give you an idea of what it can create when crossed with itself. Seeds were purchased on the LA (from Rich) and these are the seedlings that grew from those seeds.:
Stats on these seedlings were interesting. Three of the seedlings bloomed for the first time ever this year (and one bloomed for a second season this year). I have 2 seedlings in one raised seedling bed growing next to each other in full sun. Their scape heights were a short 12" and 14" with a bloom size of 5". They began blooming the middle to the end of May this year. Both only had 2 buds on just 1 scape each. The other 2 seedlings were also growing next to each other in a different raised bed that got partial sun and began blooming the middle to the end of April of this year. They each had 1 scape. One had a 21" tall scape and the other had a 22" tall scape. One seedling produced a scape that had 7 buds that bloomed into 7" flowers. The other seedling produced 4 buds that had 6" flowers. It appears that growing conditions can in fact make a big difference with Dragonfly Dawn x Dragonfly Dawn seedlings. Perhaps that is also true of the parent, Dragonfly Dawn. (It may only peform to it's registered stats under certain growing conditions?)
This year, I crossed CCC66 x CCC67 seedlings which produced several seeds that I will be sowing this month. It will be interesting to see what these sibling seedlings create. All 4 seedlings were very pod and pollen fertile. I used the pollen on many of my other seedling crosses.