I love this one--it is huge. Flying Trapeze
This is our seedling we named Sundown Skies--I wanted to show the pattern that is on the flower.
Snake In The Grass Boo--a small plant when it arrived and we almost lost it to a mole, so it has been blooming way down low in the grass--BOO. LOL. I think it is pretty and maybe next year it will be much better.
Pink Super Spider--really huge and pretty
Debary Canary--if this one reaches the registered height, which I believe is 52" it will be a stunner.
Willow Dean Smith--brand new, only in the ground a couple of months--heard so much good about this one, so we shall see what happens.
Looking for one more new one--Plastic Pink Flamingos, another new one in the ground a short time and producing large flowers. I believe this is all for now, and should have a couple more new ones in a week or two. Thanks for looking. Avedon
Your picture of Willow Dean Smith reminds me of a trillium in spring. That one has been on my wish list for a while. I think it's going to move a little closer to the top of the list.
Another nice group of plants. Flying Trapeze is a favorite of mine. I paid more for it when I bought it than any other plant ever. But I have loved it from the start. Willow DEan Smith is always so beautiful when Debra posts it that I'm sure it will be a winner. And I like the colors in Plastic Pink Flamingo.
How colorfast is Debary Canary? Even though I'm not sold on UFs yet, I still love the color ....My other favorite is Plastic Pink Flamingo...........Maryl
real nice yellow on that canary one!
Nice group. Debary Canary is a nice bright daylily.
I too like Flying Trapeze, and I suspect it grows well. Debary Canary looks like a winner, but I don't trust it here until it's well proven in the North.
This post was edited by mantis__oh on Wed, Jul 9, 14 at 11:16