Carpenter, J – 2004
Bloom 8” (20cm) x height 36” (91cm)
What a beautiful sight is presented with these large bright red-orange blooms that are beautifully displayed on strong erect scapes. A cross of (Primal Scream x Red Suspenders) that are both very popular cultivars. Rarely ever seen for sale and very limited.
Murphy, J.P - 2007
Bloom 6” (15cm) x height 38” (97cm)
Very Late/Dormant/Diploid – very fragrant
This very late lemon flower has a creped texture and a cream edge on hot days. Lovely height and budcount and a nice crisp scent. This is one of the very last to flower in my garden so a great one to add to late flowering perennial beds or just as a lovely late focal point anywhere. Oh, and it has extended bloom which means the flowers last until late in the evening. I have included a photo of Olfactory Evidence flowering in September with almost every other daylily finished for the year.
Very choice and only a few for sale.
Lambertson – 1998
Bloom 9” (23cm) x height 36” (91cm)
*Unusual Form Crispate*
Medium orange with burnt orange eye above green throat. With huge flowers and good height it makes an impact in the border.