2000 Daylily Introductions
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BAROQUE ROSE RUFFLES (Jim Shields, 2000) Seedling #598T05. Tet, ht. 24 in., flwr. 7 in. X 2.8 X 2.0 in. Rose with yellow-green throat; petals with lighter midrib. An elegant rose colored flower has fine dark veins flowing along the petals from the bright yellow-green throat to the pale pink edged ruffles. It has 15 to 20 buds one a scape with one branch.
WESTFIELD CREAMERY (Jim Shields, 2000), seedling #609T04, tet, ht. 26 inches, flower 6", M, SE. 25 - 30 buds, two branches. Cream with a fine yellow edging and green throat. Yummy as a scoop of French Vanilla ice cream on a hot July day, the profuse cream colored blooms please the eye, especially rewarding when several plants are grouped together.
WESTFIELD IN YOUR FACE (Jim Shields, 2000) Seedling #832T01. Tet, Ht. 33, Flwr. 7 in. X 3 X 1.7 in., Late, SE/Dor, 10 - 18 buds, top branched. Reblooms. This is a vibrant, eye-catching red with a green throat, which won't be ignored! This big beautiful flower will make any garden "Pop!"
WESTFIELD LAVENDER SIMPLICITY (Jim Shields, 2000) Seedling #592T02. Tetraploid SE, 33 inches tall. flwr. up to 7 in., M, SE. Creamy lavender with a faintly darker eye. This big lavender flower recalls the simple pleasures of the lazy days of summer. Just sit back with a tall glass of lemonade and let the cool lavender of this large 7" flower take yoiu back to the carefree days of memory. It carries 15 to 20 buds on a two-branched scape.
WESTFIELD ROSE RIOT (Jim Shields, 2000) Seedling #598T03. Tet, Ht. 37 inches, Flwr. 6.50 in. X 2.5 X 1.9 in. EM, SE. 14 to 23 buds, 1 branch. The fun-loving sister of BAROQUE ROSE RUFFLES; not as fancy but she makes up for it with a mass of lively color. Lovely rose colored blooms have a hint off deeper rose ruffling with a gold-kissed edge. The green deep in the throat fades to yellow-green as it rises before flowing into a faint honey-colored halo.
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Last updated 01 November 2002
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