FYI, Dave has now imported all the registration info into our database including the zone according to foliage type and bloom traits like eyed, watermark, halo, etc. so all the details are filled in, all we need are photos and any additional details that are not included in the registration. Most of that kind of info can be found on the hybridizer's websites and of course your own personal experience with a plant.
To get to the database, click on the Plant Database tab
at the top and then you can simply type in the cultivar name of the daylily in the search box. Occasionally, that name could be shared by other plants like iris or roses, you simply select the plant that you want. You can also browse by genus (hemerocallis) and look for the cultivar alphabetically, which is helpful if you are unsure of the exact spelling.
To add an image, you can find the ink on the left side or any entry or scroll down to bottom of the entry and you will see the 'Upload a Photo' link.
If you want to make any notes or comments, please use the 'Post a comment about this plant' on the main entry page.
On the Daylily search page, The Daylilies Database
you can type in a cultivar name and as you start typing, it pops up a drop down menu for suggested names.
Dave's Tutorial: how to import a photo from the forums over to the database:
Here is a link to the AHS Daylily Dictionary of Terms, which may be helpful for anyone not sure of a term found in a registration.