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1999 Daylily Seedlings

The following daylilies should probably be considered semievergreen in foliage habit, but have not been tested outside this Garden.
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Seedling #912T04 is a semi-evergreen (SE) tetraploid, blooming in the early midseason (EM) with a 5 inch flower on an 18 inch scape. The flower is a lavender pink with a slight halo and a lighter midrib band. It has a full, round, flat form with lots of ruffles. Parentage: cross 912 = [#553T10 x MY GIRL].

Seedling #881T04 is an semi-evergreen (SE) tetraploid which bloomed for the second year in 1998. This second-year plant blooms in early midseason (EM) with a 5.75" flower of rose pink with a yellow-green throat. The form is full and round. The midribs are somewhat lighter in color, and there is a slightly darker rose edge. There are 20 buds on the 28 inch tall scape. The petals are up to 3.3" across, and the sepals are 2.1, inches wide. Parentage: Cross 881 = [BAROQUE BLUE BUTTERFLY x RHYTHM AND BLUES].

Seedling #901T01 is an evergreen (Ev) tetraploid which blooms midseason (M) to mid-late (ML). The 5 inch flower is a rosy raspberry red blend with a slightly darker eye zone and slightly lighter midrib bands. The petals are 2.5 to 3.1 inches wide while the sepals are 1.8 to 1.9 inches across. A second year scape was 28 inches tall with 22 buds. Parentage: Cross 901 = [BAROQUE FRAMBOISE x MY GIRL].

Seedling #1025T13 is a tet which bloomed for the first time in 1998. The flower is a rosy pink color with a rose halo and watermark, and there is a narrow gold picotee edge. It appears to be a mid to late season bloomer, producing a 5.25" flower on a 23 inch tall scape which carried 14 buds its first season. The petals are 2.5 to 2.7 inches wide, sepals are 1.6 inches wide. Parentage: cross #1025 = [LATE AGAIN x SPODE].

Seedling #992T50 is an evergreen (Ev) tetraploid which bloomed for the first time in 1998. It seems to bloom in the late season (La). The open, very slightly recurved 5 inch flower is a medium burgundy color with a narrow gold edge. The 23 inch scape bore 20 buds its very first bloom season. Parentage: Cross 992 = [TAHITIAN SUNRISE x ADMIRAL'S BRAID].

Seedling #865T05 is a dormant tetraploid, ht. 25 - 34 inches, Mid-late season, flower 5.5 to 6.0 inches in diameter. 15 to 20 buds per scape. Parentage = (ROYAL CATTLEYA x PAPILLON).

Seedling #799T01 is a Dormant tetraploid, ht. 28", Mid season bloom, flower about 5.5" medium purple, nearly a self but with a slightly darker eye zone. Opens wide and somewhat recurved most of the time, both petals as well as sepals. Quite pod fertile. Carries 20 buds per scape. [Pedigree: click here].

Seedling #601T04 is a tetraploid, ht. ca. 24", EM to Mid season bloom, flower diam. 5.5-6" burnt-orange blend with lighter midribs and a gold throat. Opens wide, almost flat most of the time. Petals up to 3" wide, sepals about 1.8-1.9" wide. 20 to 24 buds, a bit crowded at top of scape. Some pod fertility. [Pedigree:click here].

Seedling #830T02 is a Dormant tetraploid which blooms Late, scape ht. 27", ca 15 buds. This ca. 5 inch medium to light purple is characterized by a narrow ivory border and broadly light midrib area. Parentage: (ROYAL CATTLEYA x PECONIC AUTUMN). For an image pedigree showing several siblings from this cross, [click here].

Seedling #542t03 is a dormant, approximately mid-season, tetraploid, light smoky rose pink self with noticeable veins. Scape ht. to 30", flower 5.50 - 6.25" with 14 to 27 buds. Parentage: (#349T04 x 381T01).

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