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All of the photos in this catalog were taken of daylilies growing at our farm.

Please note that the colors in the pictures may not be totally accurate due to lighting conditions, etc. Also, the way your monitor is adjusted will affect the color of the blooms. I would trust the descriptions more than the photos.

If you know little about daylilies, you might want to look over Selecting Daylilies and the definitions found under More about Daylilies before looking at the catalog.

The daylily is a member of the lily family Liliaceae, along with onions, hyacinths and true lilies. Daylilies are in the genus Hemerocallis. (True lilies are in the plant genus Lilium.) The genus Hemerocallis is native to the countries of Japan, Siberia, Korea, China, and Eurasia. In the early 1930s, hybridizers in the United States and England began to work with the wild daylilies to produce different colors and flower shapes. The original colors were yellow, orange, and fulvous red. Today, there is a wide range of colors, including near white, cream, creamy yellow, lemon-yellow, golden-yellow, orange, apricot, pink, rose, scarlet, wine red, red-violet, purple, and many combinations of those. Modern daylilies also display a complex variety of special features such as eyes, watermarks, halos, picotee edges, and diamond dusting.





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