Immediately Betsy Thompson is sharing a few of her favourite, and weird, daylilies.
I develop daylilies, iris, hosta, and absolutely anything else that’s pest and illness resistant in my getting older townhouse backyard in a suburb of Albany, New York. A patch of forest close to the again of my backyard has supplied me with rising numbers of deer guests, so I’ve decreased my daylily assortment from over 150 cultivars to solely about 40, to scale back time spent spraying as a deterrent to munching. Daylilies are available in a wide range of varieties (there have been near 90,000 cultivars registered). My favorites are the bizarre ones not usually offered by neighborhood nurseries. I assumed I might share a few of mine with the GPOD.
‘Shelby’ (Reed, 2010). Daylily aficionados usually give the identify of the breeder of the daylily and the yr it was launched in parentheses after the identify of the variability. It may be nice to know who bred a favourite daylily, as a result of if you happen to like one among their varieties, you’ll probably get pleasure from different varieties they’ve created as properly.
‘Don’t Know Jack’ (Murphy-J.P., 2007)
‘Heavenly Ghostrider’ (Gossard, 2007)
‘Spindazzle’ (Wilson, 1983)
Kachina Dancer (Roberts-N, 1997)
‘Break up Infinitive’ (Mason-M, 2007)
‘Toodleloo Kangaroo’ (Reed, 2003)
‘Tahoe Snow Blizzard’ (Gossard, 2006)
‘Greywoods Nice Dana’ (Wilkinson, 2001)
‘Pretty Pink Girl’ (Harris-JN., 2002)
‘Third Witch’ (Reed, 2003)
‘Yellow Storm’ (Gossard, 2007)
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