Hemerocallis




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Hemerocallis hyb 'Notify Ground Crew'

Hemerocallis hyb 'Notify Ground Crew'

We like extremes in our daylilies here... we've got a collection of some of the very smallest. And then there is this thing, which opens its yellow trumpet shaped fragrant blossoms on stems 6 feet tall. You won't have to get down on your knees to enjoy this one, though short people may need to stand on a chair. Zone 3
$29.00

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Hemerocallis 'Tweety'

Hemerocallis 'Tweety'

Honey Martin shrunk the Stella, less than half the size of it with half scale yellow flowers and the same re-blooming habit, it's about as close as you can get to a rock garden daylily.
$15.00

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Hemerocallis altissima hybrid

Hemerocallis altissima hybrid

Curt Hanson brought us this, it is 6' plus tall and pretty impressive, but then again we like all the weird stuff.____ZONE 4
$15.00

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Hemerocallis hyb 'Chocolate'

Hemerocallis hyb 'Chocolate'

Unique among the daylilies we grow, it has unusual chocolate brown flowers, Punnett who grows very few daylilies brought us this, I would have preferred Gentiana farreri blue but chocolate is not bad.____ZONE 4
$15.00

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Hemerocallis hyb. 'Penny's Worth'

Hemerocallis hyb. 'Penny's Worth'

Another cute and extremely dwarf daylily Martin brought us, its one of the best dwarf cultivars we have seen.____ZONE 4
$15.00

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Hemerocallis longituba

Hemerocallis longituba

This is an endemic South Korean species. It is native on Mt. Chiri where it grows above tree line in association with Hosta.____ZONE 4
$15.00

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Hemerocallis multiflorus

Hemerocallis multiflorus

Langhammer brought this pure species to us a few years back. We finally have enough to offer, branching indeterminate scapes of long tubed small yellow flowers, once it starts it doesn't quit blooming; this is my favorite species daylily.____ZONE 4
$15.00

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Hemerocallis multiflorus hyb 'August Orange'

Hemerocallis multiflorus hyb 'August Orange'

One of the longest blooming daylilies starting in August and continuing until the plants freeze. Flower scapes have the indeterminate habit of multiflorus, they just keep growing and budding and branching and growing and budding and branching; the Ever-ready Bunny of Daylilies, it outperforms all others in late summer and autumn. Surprisingly it's an old plant dating back to Stout, Langhammer brought us this along with the smaller flowered and slower growing pure species multiflorus, listed above.____ZONE 4
$15.00

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Hemerocallis thunbergii

Hemerocallis thunbergii

Native to Korea and China with short funnelform yellow flowers that posses a wonderful fragrance, like so many of the species daylilies it is seldom encountered in gardens.____ZONE 4
$15.00

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Hemerocallis vespertina

Hemerocallis vespertina

An Asian species lumped by many into H. thunbergii, it has fragrant yellow flowers that open in the evening, it is not as showy as some of Curt Hanson's creations but quietly charming nonetheless.____ZONE 4
$15.00

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