I have moved up well into 2013! Hooray! These are from mid-July, '13.
DOUBLE PASSION, by Brown, B., '73; Early; EV DIP; Double; 25" x 6"
WIZARD'S WISH, by Moldovan, 2006;
Mid-Late; DOR TET; 30" x 6"
CATHERINE WOODBERY, by Childs, F., '67; Mid-Late; SOR DIP; Very Fragrant; 30" x 6"
COUNTRY VISTA, by Wild, A., '88;
Early Mid; DOR DIP; Fragrant; 29" x 5.5"
(This is a lovely daylily!!!)
CRIMSON PIRATE, by Sass, H.E., '51; Mid; DOR DIP; Spider 5.2; 30" (height only). Well, you know I had to have this for my Pirate themed garden!
Early Mid; SEV TET; 24" x 5"
(In the background is some daylily, "Double Gardenia," pictured in the last entry, not doubled. These are doubled quite nicely. Seems like it has to get a running head start before doubling begins.)
RING OF KERRY, by Roycroft, '97; Mid; DOR TET; 32" x 5"
I know, it looks like Daring Deception, above, doesn't it? But they're two completely different cultivars, with different stats. I haven't checked to see if they're related, though. Could bear looking into! (Post Script: I don't see a relationship, though the data is not conclusive. However, I did notice that Ring Of Kerry claims Strawberry Candy, the 1998 Stout Silver Medal winner, as its pod parent!)
SUNDAY GLOVES, by Lebegue-Rogers, '85;
Early Mid; DOR DIP; Very Fragrant; 27" x 5"
(Photos do NOT do this blossom justice! It is very near to white.)
SUPER BABE, by Dove, '83; Early Mid; DOR DIP; Fragrant; Nocturnal; 19" x 6"
TRAHLYTA, byChilds, F., '82; Early Mid;
DOR DIP; Very Fragrant; 30" x 6.5"
MONSTER, by Pettus, '76; Mid; DOR TET; 32" x 9"
NEW KING DAVID, by Klehm, '96;
Mid-Late; DOR TET; Fragrant; 26" x 6"
(This is one of the few daylilies I have that I honestly think photographs GREAT after a rain!)
BELA LUGOSI, by Hanson, C., '95; Mid; SEV TET; 33" x 6"
MISS JESSIE, by Hardy, '56;
Midseason; DOR DIP; Spider variant;
40" (height only)
XIA XIANG, by Billingslea, '88; Mid; SEV DIP; Fragrant; 22" x 6" (This is a child cultivar out of Fairy Tale Pink, a Stout Silver Medalist. I've had it in a very shady spot until transplanting last year, so it didn't increase much. Hoping it will like its new "home.")