This is a very "fetching" ruffled salmony-rose pink with a slight watermark, and lighter colors on the edges and ruffles; green throat and cream midribs. 3 branches, 18 bud count. Unusual form cascade. A great bright color in the mid-late to late garden, it is still blooming into August.
Parentage: (Peacock Curls x Heavenly Curls) x (Fossil Record x Foxy Loxy)
This daylily has multiple time zones appearing in the throat. The bloom is a heavily ruffled, muted orchid-lavender purple with a green throat. The eyezone usually shows a pattern with various amounts of multi-colored rings, reflecting its parentage from a Bob Faulkner seedling. It is about 20% polymerous. It has 3 branches and 14 buds. Pod and pollen fertile. Out of Sky Over Schuyler x seedling.
The Librarian is a bright pumpkin orange with a red eye, and a green throat blending to yellow, with yellow midribs. It is a ruffled and out-facing bloom. This tall and extra-large bloom is "in your face" and commanding in the garden, especially with its bright color. Named after a wizard in the DiscWorld (of Terry Pratchett), who was turned into an Orangutan and liked it. Orangutan orange. 3 branches, 26 buds, still blooming into August. Pod and pollen fertile. Unusual Form cascade.