Thank you all for you kind comments. We really got into daylilies in 2011 by planting about 400 hundred seedlings after our experiment years of 2009-10, We have increased the number of seedlings each year and in 2015 we started 5-7 thousand new babies. While we have some nice seedlings that are also performing well, we do not get rapid increase on our plants. We probably need to do a better job of moving our evaluation plants to their own bed and taking special care to feed and water for increase. While we have 10-15 fans of several, we only have 4- 6 fans of some. All the plants pictured are 2011-2013. The next two bloom seasons should be something for us to look forward to. Ashton recently stated that he is ready for winter since that means we are closer to spring and the excitement of some really interesting crosses that will start blooming for the first time. Here are individual pictures and some stats on some of the seedlings.
40" tall 7-8 branches and over 30 buds
36" tall 5-6 branches and 28 buds
32" tall 3-4 branches and 15 buds
39" tall 6 branches and 30 buds
35" tall 4 branches and 20 buds
38" tall 4 branches and 25 buds
45 " tall 5 branches and 30 buds
54" tall 4 branches and 22 buds
28" tall 6 branches and 25 buds
44" tall 5 branches and 28 buds
Mini with 25 buds
22 buds and a favorite on our club garden tour.
Better in the garden than the picture shows.
Large green throat looks yellow in the pic.
A dark beauty. about 15 buds
branches like a wagon wheel. 46 buds
dark red and UF
over 30 buds