Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Purchases from Pondside Gardens

Pondside Gardens offered a great selection of historical daylilies that I was excited to add to the gene pool of my Mother plants.

Pondside Gardens

Frankie's Fantasy

Mercer 1992

Dark Purple Spider Variant Self With Green Throat. Recurved, Rebloomer. Tet. Award Winner!! Honorable Mention 2000.


Douglas 1954

4" bloom, 32" tall, Mid Season, Evergreen

Dainty spidery blooms of coral pink with ruffled edges.

White Stripe

Mullison/Hite 1984

height 25", bloom 5", season M, Dormant, Diploid, Near white spider with green throat. Variegated foliage

Grey Witch

REED (1999)
  • Height: 30”
  • Bloom Size: 6”
  • Ploidy: Dip
  • Dormancy: Dor
  • Bloom Season: EM
  • Branching:2
  • Number of buds: 15

Description: Spider Ratio 4.22:1, Gray lavender with purple eye above green throat.

Olive's Odd One

(PAULEY-Couturier, 1991)
height 40", bloom 6", season M, Rebloom, Dormant, Diploid, Paprika red with faint shadowy paprika red halo above green gold throat.

Mad Max

(Wilson-Schott, 1989) height 46, bloom 7, season M, Dormant, Diploid, UF Cascade. Rosy purple spider with deep purple eyezone and chartreuse throat.

Brown Witch

Reed, 1999 - 36" M 6" dor.dip. Spider. Brown with black eye and gold throat

Blue Moon Rising

Blue Moon Rising Salter, E.H., 1991

bloom 3", scape 24", midseason, rebloomer, dip, semi evergreen, pale Ivory-peach with Blue -violet eye

Quachita Beauty

OUACHITA BEAUTY (Pitard) 36", Ev., E.M.

Pretty pink-orchid pastel spider with orchid halo. Unusual. Extended blooming. Reblooms.

Saratoga Pinwheel

(Saxton, 1977) height 32", bloom 6.5", season M, Dormant, Tetraploid, Velvety red with cream edges and chartreuse throat.

On Silken Thread

Lambertson 98

Tet 36" M Evr 9" medium orange, burnt orange eye & edge above green throat,

bloom season M

Rocky Horror

Reed 1994

Purple to gray with deep purple black eyezone above green throat.

Godiva Jam

Weston 1996 Bitone Dormant
5.5" bloom, 26" height
Mid Season Tetraploid

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