Daylily Species - Spring or fall delivery. Hardy, zones 4-8, easy to grow. I've
discontinued growing most of the hybrid daylilies I had, except for a few tets, and mainly grow species and
species hybrids. This past fall I divided all my daylilies down to single fans to plant out this spring.
All prices are for single fans. Shipping cost for daylily plants is $15 per shippment. I no longer
ship daylily plants overseas.
H. altissima clone S14-2: light yellow spidery flowers, nocturnal, 4-5 feet tall, slightly fragrant.
Nice landscape plant and valuable for hybridizing.
H. citrina: Large flowerd yellow, spidery flowers, fragrant. Forms nice clumps for
landscaping. Produces nice spidery yellows when crossed to
H. coreana: Short, small flowered yellow-orange.
H. dumortierii: Early blooming orange.
H. flava: Early blooming, frangant yellow, old time classic
H. fulva Rosea: Rose-red flowers with an open
petal look. Very nice landscape plant and a special daylily for hybridizing. Produces nice seedlings
when crossed to more modern wide petaled hybrids.
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H. fulva Europea NY Bot Garden:
H. fulva cypriana: Very vigorous grower, nice orange fulvous flowers. Produces unreduced
gametes on the female side. Produces interesting seedlings when pollinated with pollen from tets with
limited seed production. Many of the seedlings are fertile making it useful for interplody crosses.
H. fulva Hankow: Very late blooming fulva with nice flowers. Very useful for more southern states
for late season bloom. Could be very useful for hybridizing late blooming daylilies - would need to be grown
in a greenhouse in northern states to be useful for hybridizing
H. fulva maculata: Very nice landscape plant, much overlooked.
H. fulva pauciflora: Nice softer orange flowers, nice landscape plant, doesn't spread much for me.
H. fulva Korean (Apps): Very impressive flowers with a clear, crisp color, more redder then typical of fulva.
Produces unreduced gamates. So far I've only gotten seeds when pollinated with tets, but seems to cross to
diploids as pollen. Seedlings tend to be fertile. Very useful for inter ploidy crosses
H. hakuunensis: Small, trumpet orange flowers, interesting daylily for hybridizing - hign bud count
and good branching
H. middendorfii: Early blooming orange.
S9S8-1 - hakuunensis x citrina: Similar to citrina, but blooms about 2 weeks earlier, nice
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H. hakuunensis luteum (Halinar): Very nice yellow form of hakuuensis. Very nice landscape plant.
single fans - $15.00