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Abundant Daylilies
We offer a large collection of daylilies (Hemerocallis) both retail and wholesale. Award winning daylilies including the latest Stout Silver Medal Winners and new varieties by the top hybridizers: Stamile, Petit, Lambertson, Morss, Kirchhoff, Salter, Carpenter, Smith, Harry, Grace, Trimmer, Kinnebrew, Gossard and more.

 

 Welcome to Abundant Daylilies! We have been raising and Selling Daylilies for over 20 years. We believe our customers are our best advertisement. So if you like our Daylilies please tell your friends about us. We take pride in providing you our valued customers, with the finest Grown Daylilies at the lowest possible prices. We are not taking orders on our web site at this time. You can still purchase our daylilies on this link on the lily auction under our auction user name abundantdaylilies
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KALEIDOSCOPE CANYON (Ludlow Lambertson 2009) Single Fan

KALEIDOSCOPE CANYON
(Ludlow Lambertson 2009) Single Fan

KALEIDOSCOPE CANYON Daylily (Ludlow Lambertson 2009) Daylily TET 6"SevERe26" (Infinite Blue X Seedling) KALEIDOSCOPE CANYON is the best of my...
KAREN STEPHENS (Kinnebrew, 2009) Single Fan

KAREN STEPHENS
(Kinnebrew, 2009) Single Fan

KAREN STEPHENS Daylily (Kinnebrew, 2009) Daylily (SC Rebel Yell X Jerry Nettles) Pure Indulgence 6”, sev, rec, TET – With Randy Stephens as our cover flower...
KING OF THE AGES (Emmerich 2007) Double Fan

KING OF THE AGES
(Emmerich 2007) Double Fan

KING OF THE AGES Daylily (Emmerich 2007) Daylily TET 55902 {Light of the World x (Only Believe x Uppermost Edge)}, 38”, M, Sev, EMO, fr, 6 ½”, consistent...
KISS MY GRITS (Frank Smith Fall 2007) Double Fan

KISS MY GRITS
(Frank Smith Fall 2007) Double Fan

KISS MY GRITS Daylily (Frank Smith F2007) Daylily TET ((TET Connie Burton x Sunday Sandals) x Crazy Ivan) Semi-evergreen, 6” flower, 5-way branching, 30 buds...
Kisses For Cinderella (Morss 2007) Double Fan

Kisses For Cinderella
(Morss 2007) Double Fan

Kisses For Cinderella Daylily (Morss 2007) Daylilies Tetraploid. 38” E Re Ex Ev 6”. A great new butterfly eye pattern, in the tradition of Mort’s Paper...
LA LA FABULOSA (F Smith Fall2007) Double Fan

LA LA FABULOSA
(F Smith Fall2007) Double Fan

LA LA FABULOSA Daylily (F Smith Fall2007) Daylily TET (TET Lavender Blue Baby x Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis) Semi-evergreen, 6” flower, 4-way branching, 28...
LACY ALL OVER (Stamile,P. 2008) Double Fan

LACY ALL OVER
(Stamile,P. 2008) Double Fan

LACY ALL OVER Daylily (Stamile,P. 2008) Daylily TET 516-C (sib to Alpine Ruffles X Alpine Ruffles) 35” EMRe. Emo. Fr. Ev. 7” x 4” x 2 ½”. 7-way branching (4...
LACY DUSK (Stamile,P. 2008) Double Fan

LACY DUSK
(Stamile,P. 2008) Double Fan

LACY DUSK Daylily (Stamile,P. 2008) TET 4273-B (Spectral Elegance x Winter Springs) 24 EERe. emo. nofr. Ev. 6.5” x 3.875” x 2.5”. 7-way branching (4 laterals...
LADY BETTY FRETZ (Petit 2004) Double Fan

LADY BETTY FRETZ
(Petit 2004) Double Fan

*LADY BETTY FRETZ Daylily (Petit 2004) Daylily (Mardi Gras Ball x Only Believe). Sev. 6” fl., 26” sc., M. 25-35 buds. Lady Betty Fretz has been a winner...
LAND OF OUR FATHERS (Carpenter 2008) Double Fan

LAND OF OUR FATHERS
(Carpenter 2008) Double Fan

LAND OF OUR FATHERS Daylily (Carpenter 2008) TET - NOV 14-8 - (30-ERe-6-Ev) - PALACE GARDEN BEAUTY X MOTHER OF MANY - It is interesting how names come to us...
Landon Lee (Petit Fall2008) Single Fan

Landon Lee
(Petit Fall2008) Single Fan

Landon Lee Daylily (Petit Fall2008)  * 'Landon Lee' -- (Catchier In The Eye x Rippled Oasis) Sev. 6” fl. 30” sc. M 20 buds. Landon Lee is one of the most...
LARRY’S OBSESSION (Petit fall 2006) Double Fan

LARRY’S OBSESSION
(Petit fall 2006) Double Fan

*LARRY’S OBSESSION Daylily (Petit fall 2006) (John Peat x Baby Jane Hudson). Sev. 5.5”fl. 32” sc. M. 20 buds. A dark black purple with a striking white edge....
LAST SNOWFLAKE (Stamile,P. 2007) Double Fan

LAST SNOWFLAKE
(Stamile,P. 2007) Double Fan

*LAST SNOWFLAKE Daylily (Stamile,P. 2007) TET 218 [{(6186 x Key Lime Ice) x [First Knight x (Great White x Key Lime Ice)]} X Winter Springs] 32” La-VLaRe....
Last Song (Petit 2009) Single Fan

Last Song
(Petit 2009) Single Fan

Last Song Daylily (Petit 2009) TET *LAST SONG -- (Mardi Gras Ball x Alexa Katherine) x (Rippled Oasis) Sev. 6" fl. 33" sc. M 20 buds. Last Song is...
LAVA FLOW (Frank Smith 2006) Double Fan

LAVA FLOW
(Frank Smith 2006) Double Fan

LAVA FLOW Daylily (Frank Smith 2006) Daylily TET (Wyoming Wildfire x Mr. Lucky), semi evergreen. 5-1/2” flower, 4-way branching. 34 buds on a 32” scape. LAVA...
Lavender Blue Baby (Carpenter 1996) Double Fan

Lavender Blue Baby
(Carpenter 1996) Double Fan

Lavender Blue Baby Daylily Carpenter 1996 {[ Pastilline x (Sdlg x Siloam Tiny Tim)] X (Pastilline x You Angel You)} Description: Lavender Blue Baby...
LAVENDER HEARTTHROB (Stamile,P. 2003) Double Fan

LAVENDER HEARTTHROB
(Stamile,P. 2003) Double Fan

LAVENDER HEARTTHROB Daylily (Stamile,P. 2003) TET 9272-B (Magic Amethyst x Debussy) (22” EERe. fr. emo. dor. 7” x 3 5/8” x 2”. 5-way branching. (3 + terminal...
Lavender Infusion (Petit 2008) Double Fan

Lavender Infusion
(Petit 2008) Double Fan

Lavender Infusion Daylily (Petit 2008) (Alexa Katherine x Gary Colby) Sev. 6.5 - 7" fl. 28" sc. M 20 buds. I knew when I made the cross of those...
LEMON GO LIGHTLY (Jane Trimmer 2008) Double Fan

LEMON GO LIGHTLY
(Jane Trimmer 2008) Double Fan

LEMON GO LIGHTLY Daylily (Jane Trimmer 2008) Daylily Tetraploid ((Seedling x Seedling) x Crocodile Smile)) 36” EM EV 7 ½” Who knew that CROCODILE SMILE could...
LESLIE RENEE (Stamile,P. 2006) Double Fan

LESLIE RENEE
(Stamile,P. 2006) Double Fan

LESLIE RENEE Daylily (Stamile,P. 2006) TET 1325-B [(Shimmering Elegance x Ed Brown) x Red Fang) X Northern Glitter)] Sibling to SHORES OF TIME. 24” ERe. vfr....
Lexington Lace (Morss 2007) Double Fan

Lexington Lace
(Morss 2007) Double Fan

Lexington Lace Daylily (Morss 2007) Tetraploid. 28” M Re Ex Sev 4 7/8”. Blooms are a gorgeous amethyst violet color with imperial purple eyes and edges....
Lickety Split (Petit 2007) Double Fan

Lickety Split
(Petit 2007) Double Fan

Lickety Split Daylily (Petit 2007)  * 'Lickety Split' (Carved Initials x Wheel of Time) Sev. 6.5” fl. 34” sc. M 20 buds. I made this cross thinking that the...
LIEGE & LIEF (Lambertson 2007) Double Fan

LIEGE & LIEF
(Lambertson 2007) Double Fan

LIEGE & LIEF Daylily (Lambertson 2007) TET 5.5" Sev EM Re 28" ([Ed Brown x Way Cool seedling] X Strawberry Fields Forever) LIEGE & LIEF’s...
LIME PEEL (Stamile, P. 2003) Double Fan

LIME PEEL
(Stamile, P. 2003) Double Fan

LIME PEEL Daylily (Stamile, P. 2003) TET 058-A (His Highness x Tet Spider Miracle) 38” MRe. fr. emo. ev. 9½” x 2½” x 1¼”. 15” wingspan. 3.0:1 spider ratio....
Linda Sierra (Peat 2006) Single Fan

Linda Sierra
(Peat 2006) Single Fan

Linda Sierra Daylily (Peat 2006)  * 'Linda Sierra' - Sev., Fr., EM., Re., 27 in., sc.; 5.25 in., fl. 3 way branching with 24 buds. This cream lavender flower...
LITTLE BY LITTLE (Stamile,G. 2003) Double Fan

LITTLE BY LITTLE
(Stamile,G. 2003) Double Fan

LITTLE BY LITTLE Daylily (Stamile,G 2003) Diploid D95-23A (Bubbly x You Angel You) 16” MRe. nofr. sev. 2” flower. 4-5 way branching. 35 buds. 100% double for...
LITTLE PETER PIPER (Stamile,G. 2006) Double Fan

LITTLE PETER PIPER
(Stamile,G. 2006) Double Fan

LITTLE PETER PIPER Daylily (Stamile,G. 2006) diploid D374 {[Little Sensation x (Little Pleasure x Little Fat Cat)] X [(D95-25 x Little Angel Eyes) x (Little...
LITTLE DAMSEL (Stamile, G. 2005) Double Fan

LITTLE DAMSEL
(Stamile, G. 2005) Double Fan

LITTLE DAMSEL Daylily (Stamile, G. 2005) Diploid D20-8C (Little Wildflower X Sdlg D96-1K) 15” EMRe. SEv. 2 ½” 4-way branching. 20-22 buds. 100% double....
LITTLE JET SETTER (Stamile, G. 2008) Double Fan

LITTLE JET SETTER
(Stamile, G. 2008) Double Fan

LITTLE JET SETTER Daylily (Stamile, G. 2008) diploid D652A {(Got The Blues x sdlg. 3104) x (Sdlg.20245 X Yankee Doodle blues) x(Honkey Tonk Blues x Little...
LITTLE MISS MANNERS (Stamile,G. 2005) Double Fan

LITTLE MISS MANNERS
(Stamile,G. 2005) Double Fan

LITTLE MISS MANNERS Daylily (Stamile,G. 2005) Diploid D20-8D [(Little Wildflower x Roswitha) X Little Whipper Snapper] 13” ERe. no. fr. SEV. 2”. 6-way...

LITTLE MUSIC MAKER
(Stamile, G 2004) Double Fan

LITTLE MUSIC MAKER Daylily (Stamile, G 2004) Diploid D99-48A (Little Wildflower X Roswitha) 20” ERe. nofr. Sev. 3¼”. 6-way branching. 35 buds. Double 100%....

LITTLE RED BARON
(Stamile,G. 2005) Double Fan

LITTLE RED BARON Daylily (Stamile,G. 2005) Diploid D201-28) [(D95-45 x Tropical Delight) X Just My Size] 16” EMRe. no. fr. SEv. 2 ½”. 36040 buds. 99% double....

LITTLE RED FLIRT
(Stamile, G. 2005) Double Fan

LITTLE RED FLIRT Daylily (Stamile, G. 2005) diploid D2029B {(Little Wildflower x Cute As A Button) X [Tropical Delight X (Arcadian Sprite x All American...

LITTLE STAR BRIGHT
(Stamile,G. 2009) Single Fan

LITTLE STAR BRIGHT Daylily (Stamile,G. 2009) Diploid D523E (Little Peter Piper X sdlg.) 18” EMRe. no fr. SEv. 2.75”. 5-way branching. 36 buds. LITTLE STAR...

LITTLE TROOPER
(Stamile,G. Fall 2008) Double Fan

LITTLE TROOPER Daylily (Stamile,G. Fall 2008) diploid D550B {[( Baby Blues x All American Baby) x sdlg.] X (sdlg. X Yankee Doodle Blues)} 18” EMRe. SEv. 3”....

LITTLE WATERCOLOR
(Stamile, G. Fall2008) Single Fan

LITTLE WATERCOLOR Daylily (Stamile, G. Fall2008) diploid D678 { Little Blue Belle X [(Blue Alert x All American Baby) x sdlg. 93-6]} 16” MRe. SEv. 3”. 4-5...

LITTLE WIZARD
(Stamile, G. Fall2008) Single Fan

LITTLE WIZARD Daylily (Stamile, G. Fall2008) diploid D573D { Boogie Woogie Blues X [( Little Sensation x sdlg.) x Blue Alert]} 15” MRe. SEv. 2 7/8”. 4-5 way...

London Tower
(F Smith Fall2008) Single Fan

London Tower Daylily (F Smith Fall2008) height 30", bloom 3", season EM, Rebloom, Semi-Evergreen, Tetraploid, 36 buds, 5 branches, Pink with darker...

LONESOME HEART
(Stamile,P. Fall2007) Double Fan

LONESOME HEART Daylily (Stamile,P. Fall2007) TET 4130-B (Singular Sensation x Zephyr’s Song) 35” MRe. emo. Ev. 6 ¾” x 4 3/8” x 2 3/8”. 5-way branching (2...

Lycean (Petit 2008) Double Fan

* 'Lycean Daylily (Petit 2008) TET (Gary Colby x Forbidden Desires) Sev. 6.5 - 7" fl. 27" sc. M 25-30 buds. What a pleasant surprise to get the...

Mae Graham
(Spalding 1977) Double Fan

Mae Graham Daylily (Spalding 1977) Description: Spalding 1977 a gorgeous large pink blend with white mid-ribs and lighter pink sepals this daylily has short...

MAGIC ELF
(Stamile, G. 2005) Double Fan

MAGIC ELF Daylily (Stamile, G. 2005) Diploid D20238X {[Little Dreamer X (Arcadian Sprite x Little Pleasure)] X Blue Alert} 14” EMRe. Dor. emo. 2 ¾”. 26+...

MAGICAL MYSTERY SHOW
(Stamile,P. 2008) Double Fan

MAGICAL MYSTERY SHOW Daylily (Stamile,P. 2008) TET 5264-B {(Rock Solid x Calling All Angels) X Grand Masque] 23” ERe. emo. 5.5” x 3.5” x 2.25”. 4-way...

MAGNIFICENT MAGPIE
(Stamile,P. Fall2008) Single Fan

MAGNIFICENT MAGPIE Daylily (Stamile,P. Fall2008) TET 5102 (Cerise Masterpiece X Larry Allen Miller) 32” EMRe. Emo. Ev. 6 ½” x 3 ½” x 2 ¼” . 8-way branching...

MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION
(Frank Smith 2008) Double Fan

MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION Daylily (Frank Smith 2008) TET (Rita Sue x (Bella Sera x Tet Lavender Blue Baby)) Semi-evergreen, 6” flower, 5-way branching, 30 buds...

Mandalay Bay Music
(Salter 2001) Double Fan

Mandalay Bay Music Daylily (Salter 2001) (ED BROWN X QUALITY OF MERCY) Description: Mandalay Bay Music introduced by Salter in 2001. 28 inch blooms on 6½...

MANDARIN CORSAGE
(Stamile,P. 2006) Double Fan

*MANDARIN CORSAGE (Stamile,P. 2006) TET 2132-A {[Clovette Adams x (Sudden Fire x Tetra Frances Joiner)] X [(Anasazi x Tetra Siloam Double Classic) x...

MANDARIN SEAS
Stamile,P 2004) Double Fan

MANDARIN SEAS Daylily (Stamile,P 2004) TET 1326 [Rose Fireglow X (Wish Fulfillment x Northern Glitter)] 25” EMRe. nofr. emo. Sev. 5” x 3” x 1 7/8”. 6-way...

Manx
(Petit 2008) Double Fan

Manx Daylily (Petit 2008) TET * 'Manx' – (Inner Space) x [(Meet Joe Black) x (Awesome Blossom x Moment in the Sun)] Sev. 6" fl. 33" sc. M 20 - 25...

Mardi Gras Ball
(Petit 1999) Double Fan

Mardi Gras Ball Daylily (Petit 1999) [(TETRA SILOAM VIRGINIA HENSON x IDA'S MAGIC) X ADMIRAL'S BRAID] Description: Mardi Gras Ball introduced by Petit in...

Marked by Lydia
(Temple 1994) Double Fan

Marked by Lydia Daylily (Temple 1994) (MOUNTAIN TOP EXPERIENCE X GARDEN PORTRAIT) Description: Marked by Lydia introduced by Temple in 1994. 8½ inch blooms...

MARSEILLES WATERCOLOR
(Stamile,P. 2008) Double Fan

*MARSEILLES WATERCOLOR Daylily (Stamile,P. 2008) TET 5186-A (Tholian Web x Bit Of Blue) 31” EERe. emo.nofr. Ev. 5.25” x 2.5” x 1.75”. 5-way branching. 35...

MARY ALICE
(F Smith 2008) Double Fan

MARY ALICE Daylily (F Smith 2008) TET (Tet Siloam Ralph Henry x Cherry Valentine) Semi-evergreen, 6.5” flower, 5-way branching, 30 buds on a 34” scape. The...

Mary Ethel Anderson
(Salter 1997) Double Fan

Mary Ethel Anderson Daylily (Salter 1997) Description: Mary Ethel Anderson introduced by Salter in 1997. 2.25 inch blooms on 18 inch scapes. Pale ivory...

Mary Louis Burgess
(D. Kirchhoff 2001) Double Fan

Mary Louis Burgess Daylily D. Kirchhoff 2001 [(Seedling X Tet Siloam Double Classic)] Description: Mary Louis Burgess introduced by D. Kirchhoff in 2001. 5...

Masquerade Show
(Petit Fall 2008) Single Fan

Masquerade Show Daylily (Petit Fall 2008) (Written on the Wind x (Sea of Possibilities x Believe In Miracles) Sev. 5.5” fl. 22” sc. M 15-20 buds. Masquerade...

MATTHEW KASKEL
(Frank Smith 2008) Double Fan

MATTHEW KASKEL Daylily (Frank Smith 2008) TET (Wyoming Wildfire x Sunset Alpha) Semi-evergreen, 7.5” flower, 5-way branching, 35 buds on a 37” scape. I have...

MATTHEW WILLIAM
(Petit 2009)

MATTHEW WILLIAM Daylily (Petit 2009) (Cape Breton x Featuring the Gold) x (Vesper Sparrow x Lavender Infusion) Sev. 6.5" fl. 29" sc. M 25-30 buds....

MEET JOE BLACK
(Petit 2002) Double Fan

MEET JOE BLACK Daylily (Petit 2002) (Mardi Gras Ball x Kaskel seedling) (Awesome Blossom) Sev. 5 1/2 - 6” fl. 26” sc. EM. The flowers of Meet Joe Black are a...

Merely Mystical
(Salter 2007) Double Fan

*Merely Mystical Daylily (Salter 2007) (Waken to Winter x Ed Brown) x (Delightful Duchess x Cosmic Courier) 4”flowers. 25”scapes. Semi-evergreen. Early...




Kwanso Daylily Kwanso H. fulva. Orange double over lapping triple petals naturalized threw out the south and parts of the north. great for landscaping blooms about 2 weeks after the single fulva daylilies start to bloom and would make a good companion planting together. Diploid. Dormant 5" Height: 30" blooms Mid season.  To Order: Click Here

Lavender Blue Baby  Lavender Blue Baby introduced by Carpenter in 1996. 5½ inch blooms on 28 inch scapes. Lavender blue with a lavender blue eye. Dormant. Fragrant. Diploid.  To Order: Click Here

Lavender Heartthrob Lavender Heartthrob introduced by P. Stamile in 2003. 7" x 3 5/8" x 2 inch blooms on 22 inch scapes. 5-way branching. (3 + terminal y) 28-30 buds. "Every hybridizer secretly dreams of having a flower with the performance of STELLA DE ORO in the North. A flower that would be hardy everywhere and would continually bloom throughout the bloom season. Such a flower would start early and would have enough nocturnal blood that it would open even in the cool nights and would have all the bells and whistles of the finest in the new edged varieties. LAVENDER HEARTTHROB comes as close to that picture as I have been able to do. It is one of the first 5 daylilies to bloom in the garden and blooms without resting for 4 more rebloom sets in Florida. The flowers are huge and in my opinion the cleanest, clearest lavender that I have since LAVENDER MEMORIES. Unlike LAVENDER MEMORIES, LAVENDER HEARTTHROB is wide and full and has a huge braided gold edge. An imperative for the hybridizer wishing to incorporate continuous bloom, clear color or dormancy in the gold edges." A great daylily. Fertile both ways, Blooms Extra Early. Rebloomer. Fragrant. Dormant. Early morning opener. Fragrant. Dormant. Tetraploid.  To Order: Click Here

Little By Little Little By Little introduced by G. Stamile in 2003. 2 inch blooms on 16 inch scapes.  4-5 way branching. 35 buds. "100% double for us. In a world of super-sized soft drinks, meals and road vehicles there is one area where quality and small size go together. This is the area of Grace’s popcorn miniature doubles. This perfectly formed miniature double is but 2" in size with perfectly symmetrical petaloids. Yes, it would be pretty as a single also but this is stunning as a beautiful coral pink double." Fertile both ways. Blooms Mid Season. Reblooms. Semi-evergreen. Diploid.  To Order: Click Here
Little Business Little Business introduced by Maxwell in 1971. 3 inch Blooms Early Mid Season on 15 inch scapes. Very Recurrent bloomer nearly all season. Extended blooms. Self. Semi Evergreen Honorable Mention 1974, Award of Merit 1977 and Annie T. Giles Award 1975 for the most outstanding small flower of the year. Cherry red self with green throat. Landscapers choice excellent for borders or mass planting. Diploid. To Order: Click Here

Little Damsel Little Damsel introduced by G. Stamile in 2005. 2 ½" inch blooms on 15" inch scapes. 4-way branching. 20-22 buds. 100% double. Registered as an Early Mid with 20-22 buds this year, it has bloomed in previous years as an early with over 40 buds! That’s daylilies. They can often surprise you on the upside or downside. LITTLE DAMSEL has been one of my personal favorites ever since it first bloomed. It just does not look like a daylily. This polytepal double has no resemblance of the usual six petals, six sepals with petaloids or double perianth layers. I do not know what flower it resembles – perhaps a double marigold or double clematis, but certainly not a daylily. Each little flower makes a bouquet and is gorgeous. This is an exciting addition to the world of daylilies. Fertile both ways. Blooms Early Mid season. Semi-evergreen. Diploid. To Order: Click Here

Little Grapette  Daylily Little Grapette introduced by Williamson in 1970. 2 inch blooms on 12 inch scapes. A deep grape color with a deeper purple band around a small chartreuse throat with ruffled edges. Self. Early bloomer. Semi evergreen. Diploid. Award of Merit 1977 and The Donn Fischer Memorial Award for outstanding miniature. To Order: Click Here

Little Liza Jane  Little Liza Jane introduced by G. Stamile in 2002. 2 7/8 inch blooms on 20 inch scapes.  5 way branching. 36-40 buds. 100% double. "LITTLE LIZA JANE continues Grace’s popcorn doubles into the purples and what a wonderful addition this is. The full formed purple doubles look like tiny carnations, but unlike a carnation these doubles are on plants with just fabulous bloom quantity. Clumps of LITTLE LIZA JANE are so covered with bloom one can hardly see the foliage. If you have never landscaped with one of these I urge you to try to use them. The high floriferousness, the uniform blossom size and height make these little ones the perfect companions to combine with other perennials." Fertile both ways. Blooms Early Mid Season. Reblooms.  Early morning opener. Semi-evergreen. Honorable Mention 2005. Diploid. To Order: Click Here

Little Music Maker Little Music Maker introduced by G. Stamile in 2004. 3¼ inch blooms on 20 inch scapes. 6-way branching. 35 buds. Double 100%. "Looking for a great show flower? LITTLE MUSIC MAKER with all its buds and branching will be a standout at the show table. This pale yellow with a burgundy eye is a little different. The bold dramatic eye contrasts nicely with the pale base color. Very pretty in the garden and always seems to be a bouquet of blooms." Fertile both ways Blooms Early. Reblooms. Semi-evergreen. Diploid. To Order: Click Here

Little Peter Piper Little Peter Piper introduced by G. Stamile in 2006. 3 inch blooms on 20 inch scapes. 6-way branching. 30+ buds. "What a remarkable pattern! LITTLE PETER PIPER is truly unique with its triangular rose purple coloration and a very circular beet purple eye and pale lavender edge. What a treat to have all of this going on in a small flower with over 30 buds. Very special and will make a great show flower." Easily fertile both ways. Blooms Mid season. Semi-evergreen. Diploid. To Order: Click Here

Little Red Barron  Little Red Barron introduced by G. Stamile in 2005. 2 ½ inch blooms on 16 inch scapes. 36-40 buds. 99% double. "A pretty little red popcorn double LITTLE RED BARON has been eagerly awaited. Like most of Grace’s tiny doubles, the plant habit is great. The popcorn doubles are selected for their many rebloom scapes, as well as the charming little flowers. Fertile both ways." Blooms Early Mid season. Reblooms.  Semi-evergreen. Diploid. To Order: Click Here


Little Red Flirt Little Red Flirt introduced by G. Stamile in 2005. 2 ¾ inch blooms on 16 inch scapes. 4-way branching. 20-22 buds. This beautiful ruffled red with a cream edge on both the petals and sepals is a striking true miniature. The bright red color seems to make a triangular pattern with the cream rose edging filling out the remainder of the flower. Fascinating flower. Fertile both ways Blooms Early Mid season. Semi-evergreen. Diploid. To Order: Click Here

Little Rosy O'Grady Little Rosy O'Grady introduced by G. Stamile in 2003. 2 inch blooms on 12 inch scapes. Rose miniature popcorn double. 5-way branching. 30 buds. 100% double. "LITTLE ROSIE O’GRADY is the smallest daylily plant that I have seen. Its appearance in the garden is almost like flowering grass. Unlike grass, however, this little gem has over 30 flowers on each well branched scape. The 2" flowers are tiny rose doubles with lighter tips on the sepals making them some of the smallest flowers in the garden. To grow this beauty is to truly understand the wonders of the world of daylilies. It is like a Yorkshire Terrier in a world of Great Danes." A delightful flower. Diploid. Blooms Early. Rebloomer. Semi-evergreen. Fragrant. Early morning opener. To Order: Click Here

Little Show Stopper  Little Show Stopper introduced by Stamile in 1999.(Bubbly x You Angel You) Little Show Stopper is a 2.5" double rose red mini with 20" scapes. Little Show Stopper is a very sun fast daylily which holds well all day. A wonderful new color for this class of daylilies. Little Showstopper Stands out in the garden and every one loves it. Diploid. Semi Evergreen. Blooms Mid Season with a good rebloom. To Order: Click Here

Little Suncatcher Little Sun Catcher introduced by G. Stamile in 2003. 2¾ inch blooms on 12 inch scapes. 4-way branching. 20 buds. 100% double. With LITTLE SUNCATCHER Grace extends the palette of colors in her popcorn doubles program to butter yellow. This charming little flower is the perfect companion for LITTLE ROSIE O’GRADY. Both bloom side by side in the garden and are truly remarkable for their consistency. LITTLE SUNCATCHER provides a sea of little yellow blooms. Like LITTLE ROSIE O’GRADY, LITTLE SUNCATCHER has low, fine and tiny arched foliage, giving it the appearance of flowering grass. What is especially nice in the landscape with both LITTLE ROSIE O’GRADY and LITTLE SUNCATCHER is that while both are pod and pollen fertile, neither will set bee pods. This eliminates that messy task of removing unwanted pods that drop seeds and seedlings into the landscape. Semi-evergreen. Blooms Early Mid season. Early morning opener. Reblooms. Diploid. To Order: Click Here

Little Two Step Little Two Step introduced by G. Stamile in 2004. 2½ inch blooms on 20 inch scapes. 5-way branching. 25 buds. This little ruffled purple double should be a good grower everywhere. Vigorous, beautifully branched with clear sunfast purple blooms. Very popular. Fertile both ways. Blooms Early Mid season. Reblooms. Semi-evergreen. Diploid. To Order: Click Here

Mae Graham Mae Graham introduced by W. Spalding in 1977. Reblooms. 6½ inch blooms on 18 inch scapes. A gorgeous large pink blend with white mid-ribs and lighter pink sepals. This daylily has short scapes with large flowers. It has extended blooms which last longer than most daylilies. Honorable Mention 1980. Award of Merit 1983. To Order: Click Here

Magic Elf Magic Elf introduced by G. Stamile in 2005. 2 ¾" inch blooms on 14" inch scapes. 26+ buds. This beautiful little dormant is an interesting study in patterned eyes. An outer ring of fuchsia, a middle ring of lavender and an inner ring of purple makes this lavender pink a fascinating study. A dormant that grows great in Florida, this little gem should do well everywhere. Fertile both ways.  Blooms Early Mid season. Early morning opener. Reblooms. Dormant. Diploid. To Order: Click Here

Magicians Apprentice Magicians Apprentice introduced by G. Stamile in 2006. 2¾ inch blooms on  18 inch scapes.  3-4 way branching. 16-18 buds. "Double 90%. Imagine a purple miniature with strapping petals and sepals and flattened petaloids. Now edge all in white and you have a visual image of MAGICIAN’S APPRENTICE. A fabulous and delightfully unique look in the world of miniature double daylilies. This little charmer is destined to be very popular." Fertile both ways Blooms Late Mid Season. Reblooms. Semi-evergreen. To Order: Click Here

Mandalay Bay Music Mandalay Bay Music introduced by Salter in 2001. 28 inch blooms on 6½  inch scapes. Beguiling creamy white - with just a hint of pink in the petals when the nights are cool. Extremely ruffled and looping petals with white gold edge. Lime green throat, well-branched scapes and a great parent for pinks, whites and lavenders. Semi-evergreen. Reblooms. Blooms Early Mid season. Award of Merit 2004. Tetraploid. To Order: Click Here

Mandarin Corsage  Mandarin Corsage introduced by P. Stamile in 2006. 5 inch blooms on 25 inch scapes. 5-way branching. 25 buds. 99% double. Ah, finally a dormant tetraploid double daylily with good branching. This mandarin orange daylily is one of our most consistent doubles. Up to now, I have yet to see single blooms. The flowers have exceptional substance and very round full form. The color is somewhat between persimmon and mandarin red. This one does great for us and should do well everywhere daylilies are grown. Fertile both ways. Blooms Early Mid season. Reblooms. Early morning opener. Dormant. Tetraploid.  To Order: Click Here

Mardi Gras Ball Mardi Gras Ball introduced by Petit in 1999. 6 inch blooms on 23 inch scapes. Orchid lavender flowers with a dark burgundy eye and matching picotee, surrounded by a heavy gold edge. Nicely branched scapes. Great parent for eyes and edges! Blooms Mid season. Evergreen. Tetraploid.  To Order: Click Here

Marked By Lydia  Marked by Lydia introduced by Temple in 1994. 8½ inch blooms on 29 inch scapes. Medium Yellow with a Purple Eye Zone. Blooms Early. Reblooms. Semi-evergreen. Diploid. Honorable Mention 1999. Award of Merit 2003 Don C. Stevens Award 2005. To Order: Click Here

Mary Ethel Anderson Mary Ethel Anderson introduced by Salter in 1997. 2.25 inch blooms on 18 inch scapes. Pale ivory cream with a pink tint and very round bright rose red eye and green throat. Blooms Mid season. Reblooms. Semi-evergreen. Diploid. Florida Sunshine Cup 1997. Honorable Mention 1999. Award of Merit 2002. Don C. Stevens Award 2000. To Order: Click Here

Mary Louis Burgess Mary Louis Burgess introduced by D. Kirchhoff in 2001. 5 inch double blooms on 28 inch scapes. Its color is lavender rose pink with a deeper halo and yellow to green throat. A lovely, full, petaloid style double the extra petaloids are prominently sculptured and provide wonderful extra puffs of color. Grace Stamile declared it her favorite double while visiting in 1998. The texture is smooth and the color and substance hold well in the sun. The flowers finish the day with undiminished beauty. Scapes are very well branched and strongly recurrent. Pollen is fertile. Pods reluctant. 99% double. Reblooms.  Extended blooms. Semi-evergreen. Blooms Early Mid season. Early morning opener. Tetraploid. To Order: Click Here

Mary's Gold Mary's Gold introduced by H. McDonell in 1984. 6½ inch blooms on 34 inch scapes. Orange Self the petals and petaloids the same. Blooms Mid Season. Tetraploid. Dormant. Honorable Mention 1988. Award of Merit 1991 President's Cup 2001. To Order: Click Here

Mauna Loa Mauna Loa introduced by Roberts in 1976. 5 inch gold orange flower with red edge. Blooms on 22 inch scapes. Blooms early mid season. Dormant. Tetraploid. Honorable Mention 1981. To Order: Click Here

Midnight Raider Midnight Raider introduced by P. Stamile in 1996. 6.5 inch blooms on 30 inch scapes. Ruffled clear violet purple with a green throat. Fertile both ways. 6-7 way branching 40-50 buds. Makes great seedlings. Evergreen. Tetraploid. Blooms mid season. Reblooms. To Order: Click Here

Mini Stella Mini Stella introduced by Jablonski in 1983. 1¼ inch blooms on 10 inch scapes. Light lemon yellow flowers. Early, rebloom. Dormant. Excellent for containers, borders and mass planting. Landscapers Choice. Diploid. To Order: Click Here

Moon Dazzle Moon Dazzle introduced by Stamile in 1989. 6½ inch blooms on 27 inch scapes. Yellow Self the petaloids and the petals are the same. Blooms mid late Season. Extended blooms. Fragrant. Tetraploid. Semi evergreen. To Order: Click Here

Moonlit Masquerade Moonlit Masquerade introduced by Salter in 1992. 5½ inch blooms on 26 inch scapes. A Pale cream to near white with a large purple eye and a deep green throat. Flower is full, overlapped and recurved. Smooth substance. Scapes are well branched. Vigorous grower. Fertile and a good parent for bold eyes. Repeat Bloomer. Blooms early mid season. Tetraploid. Semi evergreen. Honorable Mention 1999. Award of Merit 2002. Stout Silver Medal 2004. To Order: Click Here

Musical Medley Musical Medley introduced by P. Stamile in 2001. 6 ½" x 3 ½" x 2½ inch blooms on 22 inch scapes. 5 way branching. 30-35 buds. MUSICAL MEDLEY is a study in clear icy lavenders. The flower is actually lighter than the slide shows with a clear icy white undertone to the flower. The flower gets its name from the suggestion of a medley of colors, edges and eyes. Double edges of gold and deep mauve lavender mirror the mauve lavender eye. Flowers are huge and very flat. The breeding captures the recessive dormancy hidden in the evergreen BE THINE. If you love true lavenders you will love MUSICAL MEDLEY. A visitor favorite. Blooms Early. Reblooms. Very slightly fragrant. Early morning opener. Easily fertile both ways. Dormant. Tetraploid. (Magic Amethyst x Be Thine) Honorable Mention 2006. To Order: Click Here

My Darling Clementine Daylily My Darling Clementine Salter 1988. 4½ inch blooms on 21 inch scapes. Yellow Self. The petals and petaloids the same. Repeat Bloomer. Blooms early season. Tetraploid. Evergreen. Junior Citation 1989, Honorable Mention 1994, Award of Merit 1997. To Order: Click Here

Mystical Rainbow Mystical Rainbow introduced by Stamile in 1997. (Exotic Candy X Rainbow Eyes) 5 inch blooms Early Mid Season on Recurrent 22 inch scapes. Tetraploid. 3 way branching. 20 buds. A breakthrough in getting patterns in pinks. Mystical Rainbow is the first true pink with a multicolored eye. This is a very round ruffled cream pink with a rainbow eye consisting of bands of rose, raspberry, charcoal and yellow punctuated with a green throat. vigorous and long blooming with a strong rebloom. great for hybridizing. Extended Blooms and very Fragrant.  Honorable Mention 2001. R W Munson Award for best patterned Cultivar 2003. Award of Merit 2004. To Order: Click Here

Nano Probe  Nano Probe introduced by G. Stamile in 2003. 2½" inch blooms on 18 inch scapes. 5-way branching. 40 buds. "100% double for us. Yes, Grace is a STAR TREK fan and "nano probes" are tiny probes that travel in the blood stream. This NANO PROBE travels in the garden. This smoky rose-mauve double has one of the neatest doubling, a cross between petaloid doubling and hose in hose doubling that gives it a carnation look like TROPICAL DELIGHT. This makes it especially beautiful. Combine it with a stunning plant with 5-way branching and 40 buds and you have a truly great daylily". Fertile both ways. Blooms Early Mid season. Reblooms. Semi-evergreen. Diploid. To Order: Click Here

Nice And Easy Nice And Easy introduced by Stamile in 2001. 2¾ inch blooms on 12 to 15 inch scapes with 3 way branching and 16 buds. Deep lavender with purple eye zone a new color in double miniatures. This is a great achievement in bringing lavender and blue eyes into miniatures. Repeat Bloomer. Blooms early mid Season. Diploid. Semi evergreen. To Order: Click Here

Night Embers  Daylily Night Embers introduced by Stamile in 1997. Double 5 inch blooms on 30 inch scapes. (Double Phelan x [unknown seedling x induced)(((Penny Peckenpaugh x Robert Way Schlumf) x Karmic Treasure) x Prairie Warrier) x Amadeus)F2]. This heavily ruffled, full, velvety Bing Cherry red double with its striking white edge has been so consistent as a double that I have never seen a single bloom. 3-4 way branching, 18-20 buds. Fertile both ways and an easy pod parent. Semi evergreen. Repeat Bloomer Blooms Early mid Season. Fragrant. Tetraploid. To Order: Click Here

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