Clear light yellow with reddish lavender and charcoal pattern. Ruffled edge, chartreuse throat, and blue green foliage. Consistent bloom, strong scapes, sunfast to the high 90’s. One of my best and most used pattern parents. Some patterns have poor plant habits, but not this one! Out of Mad Jacky by a Faulkner seedling. Fertile.
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.
This is a cherry red cascade, with a very green throat. It has 2 branches, 16 buds, in most conditions, but with good culture and rain, it bud builds and has 3 branches and 22 buds. Bloomed over 2 months this year. Out of Rose F. Kennedy x Earth Jewels. Unusual Form Cascade. Named for Kenan Witczak whose life was shortened by the rare Krabbe Disease. He passed away recently at 7 years old. His Grandfather asked me to name a daylily for him. His family and extended family have most of the plants, but a few are left. Fertile.
Only a couple available for 2020.
This stunning late bloomer is a cream to blush pink with green throat in the morning, fading to a cream near-white cascade with yellow throat on hot days. Nice gentle ruffles, completely sunfast. It is extremely well-branched (5 branches, 26 buds) and a great performer. Blooms 70 days under good conditions. It is out of Late Report x Just Jessie. Fertile.
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.