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When pollination in daylilies happens, each single grain of pollen creates a seed resulting in each being genetically different and often looking different, Here are three siblings in a cross of (Dreamy Blue Eyes x Xylophone Jazz):

One of my favorites for passing on an Applique pattern is (Amber Rhum x Kazoo)

Another of my favorites is ‘Paradise City’

The one I named after my grandmother is blooming like crazy – ‘Mable Esther Stutz’

I am also looking forward to a Helconia opening soon. The buds are interesting this early:

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‘Mable Esther Stutz’ looks lovely.

4 Jun, 2023


such a lovely collection of pretty special flowers.

I do love the genetic variations.

4 Jun, 2023


They all look beautiful.

4 Jun, 2023


Thanks! The first 3 are colors that are rarely seen.

5 Jun, 2023


Beautiful colours & patterns in your Daylilies, Wylie! 😃

7 Jun, 2023


I have selected the one I will be registering this year, but now I need to pick its name and then shrink the photo of it down to 5kb.

7 Jun, 2023


"then shrink the photo of it down to 5kb."

Why so small? That's only thumbnail size!

9 Jun, 2023


That is what they want. If you look on the American Daylily Society site, the photos are not very large.

9 Jun, 2023


Thanks for the explanation, Wylie. I suppose they get 1000s of photos submitted to them & if the files are big then that would slow down their servers.

12 Jun, 2023

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