(Murphy, 2020) 36" L 8" dormant, diploid; 4 branches, 24 buds, Spider.
Parentage: (Monacan Trail x Skydiving)
Buff Cream spider with a red wine band, cream midrib, and light green throat. Very well branched and budded. In addition, it bud builds, for an extremely long and late season. It is an absolutely great parent. I have over 5 future introductions from it. Fertile both ways. Sunfast to 95.
Parent of Head In The Clouds and Stingray Point.
(Reed, 2020) 48" M 6.5" dormant, diploid; 3 branches, 18 buds;
UF – Cascade. Parentage: (Unknown x Unknown).
Tall, curly, and strikingly raspberry red! The velvety, rich red blooms curl and recurve, and are held on strong, nicely-branched scapes. The blooms have a green throat, shading to white, and white midribs; gracefully ruffled. Pod and pollen fertile. A favorite here.
(Murphy, 2020) 24" EM 7" dormant, diploid; 4 branches, 20 buds, UF cascade
Parentage: ((Incessant x Just Jessie) x Appalachian Trail)
Rich, clear pink cascade with rose veins, and a green throat. Won best seedling in the Richmond show. Very heavy bloomer and can have many more buds with good culture. A rare, front of the border plant from Jim! Very fertile and an excellent parent with 8!!!!!!! future intros from it. Very sunfast.
2021- We have a couple of plants in clumps now and I counted 6 branches on most of the scapes.
It grows fast, so I dropped the price- excellent show, garden, and breeding plant. Jim
(Murphy, 2020) 46" L 8.5" dormant, diploid; 7 branches, 37 buds; UF-Cascade.
Parentage: ((Running Late x Jim's Evil Grin) x August Snow)
This is an amazing cream to white cascade with a green throat in the morning, and whiter petals and more yellow throat in the evening. Tremendous branching and budcount, which will be higher than registered with good culture. Starts late and blooms a long time. Margo’s favorite, but it is mine, mine, Ha Ha! Slightly pod fertile, very pollen fertile, excellent parent.
(Murphy, 2020) 28" EM 7" dormant, diploid; 2 branches, 14 buds;
Parentage: ((Starlight Splash x sdlg) x Almira Buffalo Bone Jackson)
Striking combination of colors: lemon with etched reddish-lavender eye, bisected with cream midribs, green throat, washed lavender tones as well. Skinny red partial edge. When this is blooming, many people go right to it, over other seedlings. Proliferates heavily. Very fertile. Sunfast to over 90.
(Murphy, 2020) 30" M 5.5" dormant, diploid; 3 branches, 17 buds; Double-95%
Parentage: ((Crooked x Zada Mae) x Together at Last)
Absolutely glowing gold and orange blend that lightens to creamy gold in the afternoon. In my quest for hard dormant layered double diploids, this one checks all of my boxes. It doubles almost always, and shows around 90% layered form. Sunfast, period, with freeze resistant foliage! Pairs well with Brother Coal.
I registered it with 3 branches OOPS! Clumps this year have perfect 5 and 6 way branching and a large amount of buds. It is very consistent and reliable. Should be hardy in zone 3-4 based on it's parents hardiness. If you live in 3, I would like to send you one for shipping costs and you can let me know. Jim
2021- Very good rebloom two years in a row.
(Reed, 2020) 36" EM 6" dormant, diploid; 3 branches, 21 buds;
Parentage: ((Military School x Faulkner sdlg) x Starlight Splash), patterned.
A soft cream-yellow to near-white bloom with a feathered raspberry eye consistently broken with a multi-colored pattern. This was chosen for its attractive pattern that is expressed as consistently as any in our variable weather conditions. It has a long season of bloom, good plant habits, and is pod and pollen fertile.
(Murphy, 2020) 26" E 5.5" dormant, diploid; 3 branches, 15 buds; Patterned;
Parentage: (Unknown x Unknown)
Creamy lemon with etched and lightly patterned reddish-lavender eye. Striking form and colors in the early daylily garden. Fertile both ways, with a future introduction from it.