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▲ siloam little girl


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▲ siloam Ury winniFord siloam little girl #a15326


MIX OR MATCH DAYLILIES PAGES 15-20 Only $3.00 each when you buy 10 or more! (Henry 76)


Diploid, Midseason, H16"-20", Dor Lacy ruffling, rose eyezones and gold-green throats accent the 3¾ inch shrimp-pink blooms of this little charmer. HM


siloam paUl watts #a15345 ▲ snowy apparition ▲ somBrero way (Henry 88)


Diploid, Midseason, H16"-20", Dor, Ext Sunfast, cherry-red, 4½ inch blooms have triangular chartreuse throats and ruffled edges. An extremely high bud count along with excellent foli- age make this plant a great landscape focal point. HM, AM95


siloam show girl #a15333 (Henry 81)


Diploid, Midseason, H16"-20", Dor, Ext Bright crimson-red 4¼ inch flowers are marked with darker red eyezones and green throats. Petals are lightly ruffled and recurved. Well-branched plants bloom over a long period. HM


siloam Ury winniFord #a15340 (Henry 80)


Diploid, Early-Mid, H18"-22", Dor, Ext Ruffled and diamond-dusted ivory-cream 3¼ inch blooms show cream midribs bisecting a sunfast purple-black eyzone and green throat. Pro- duces loads of flowers with a long bloom season. HM


snowy apparition #a15648 ▲ sUmmer wine ▲ wayside painted lady (Childs 79)


Tetraploid, Early-Mid, H28”-32”, Dor, Re Fra This near-white daylily is a favorite in many flower borders. The 6½ inch blooms have pronounced midribs, ruffled edges and creped texture. Light yellow centers deepen to green in the throats. Plants display good vigor, nice foliage, multiple branching and good rebloom. HM


somBrero way #a15360 (Reckamp 75)


Tetraploid, Mid-Late, H22"-26", Dor, Re This creped, ruffled and diamond-dusted apricot-orange beauty has phe- nomenal bud count and excellent branching. The 5½ inch blooms keep coming for weeks. HM, AM83


sUmmer wine #a15582 (Wild 73)


Diploid, Midseason, H22"-26", Dor This is one of those older diploids with so many good qualities it’s be- come a mainstay in gardens everywhere. The lightly ruffled 5½ inch rose-violet blooms with deep yellow throats have a lovely, carefree form.


wayside painted lady #a15402 ▲ wynnson ▲ Zagora stoUt medal winners daylily ColleCtion


Includes one plant each of Always Afternoon, Becky Lynn, Custard Candy, Fooled Me, Janice Brown, Lavender Blue Baby, Primal Scream, Siloam Double Classic and Strawberry Candy, (9 plants)


#a15472X an $83.00 value for $66.00


Front oF the Border daylily ColleCtion An assemblage of floriferous petites.


Includes one plant each of Barbary Corsair, Black Eyed Stella, Bumble Bee, Jolyene Nichole, Pardon Me and Stella in Yella, (6 plants)


#a15496X


the grand slam daylily ColleCtion Includes one plant each of every daylily variety offered in our 2012 catalog.


#a15497X (163 plants)a $1293.00 value for $900.00 saVe 30%


~ 20 ~ a $33.00 value for $26.00 (Klehm 87)


Tetraploid, Midseason, H28"-32", Dor, Fra Bright fuchsia-pink 6 inch blooms have large contrasting pinkish-yellow etched watermarks, deep apricot-gold throats and pale pink midribs. A real knockout and a super grower that quickly forms large, floriferous clumps with many scapes and multiple branching.


wynnson #a15426 (Criswell 79)


Diploid, Early-Mid, H22”-26”, Dor, Ext, Fra A highly regarded lemon-yellow daylily. The rounded 4½ inch blooms have a dimpled and creped seersucker texture, raised midribs and wavy, ruffled petal edges. A vigorous grower with excellent branching. HM, AM84, AGA84


Zagora #a14988 (Pride 78)


Tetraploid, Midseason, H26”-30”, Dor An unusual medley of bold colors sets this daylily apart. Amber-rose blends with a hint of burnt orange to create a hue that pulses in sunlight. A large purple-black eyezone and gold edge adds drama to each 5 inch triangular bloom. Plants are strong and well-branched, often reblooming.


priCe oF all daylilies on pages 15 - 20 (miX or matCh): each $5.00; Buy 2 to 5 for $4.00 each;


Buy 6 to 9 for $3.50 each; Buy 10 or more for $3.00 each ORDER TOLL FREE 1-800-374-5035


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