A La Carte Daylilies

Large Flowered Plants

Large flowered daylilies are defined as any flowers of 4.5" (11.5cm) diameter and above. There is no upper limit.

These are the most popular and well known category of daylilies. They come in many shapes and many colours and combinations of colour.

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Entries with a green background are new on the website for 2011.
Entries with a red background are out of stock.

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Absolute Zero

Absolute Zero

(Millikan 1986) A delightful near white with a green throat. Good rebloom, which is a bonus.

Height: 20"(51cm). Flower: 4.5"(11cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £5

Airs and Graces

Airs and Graces

(Lytton 2000) Cream lemon with paler midribs and a green throat. The petals are gently ruffled right to the throat. Produces lots of flowers and it is worth taking the time to smell the flowers.

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

TetraploidSemi-evergreenEarly seasonMidseason

Price: £6.50

Alan Adair

Alan Adair

(Millikan 1991) A well proportioned plant with flowers of a rich ruby red.

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason Late season

Price: £5

Alec Allen

Alec Allen

(Carpenter. K. 1983) Wide, round and heavily ruffled creamy yellow flowers which open flat and are produced in abundance. For an encore it often reblooms.

Height: 26"(65cm). Flower: 5.5"(13cm)

Diploid Evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £4

All Fired Up

All Fired Up

(Stamile 1996) A peachy orange flower with a contrasting red eyezone. In really hot weather a red picotee edge is revealed.

Height: 20"(51cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

TetraploidEvergreenEarly seasonMidseason

Price: £6

Almond Puff

Almond Puff

(Stamile 1990) Big, full, beige pink double flowers.

Height: 23"(58cm). Flower: 6.5"(17cm)

Diploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £6.50

Always Afternoon

Always Afternoon

Lavender-purple with a deep purple eyezone. Famous Stout medal winner which is always popular.

Height: 22"(55cm). Flower: 5.5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Early season

Price: £7

Amadeus

Amadeus

(Kirchhoff 1981) Scarlet with a yellow green throat and of rounded, lightly ruffled form. A solid and reliable performer famed for breeding top quality reds.

Height: 26"(65cm). Flower: 5.5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £4.50

American Revolution

American Revolution

(Wild 1972) Velvety, deep and dark, wine red flower with a yellow throat and small green heart. The form is of the older style with rather narrow petals. One of the best "black reds" for our climate and still very popular.

Height: 28"(70cm). Flower: 5.5"(13cm)

Diploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £4

Ann Kelley

Ann Kelley

(Webster 1983) Ruffled deep rose pink with a long blooming season.
An outstanding performer that explodes with flowers when established.

Height: 28"(70cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £5

Annie Golightly

Annie Golightly

(Hughes 1974) Bright, almost "fire engine" red flowers.
Vigorous grower and an excellent garden plant.

Height: 28"(70cm). Flower: 5.75"(14cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £4.50

Antique Rose

Antique Rose

(Sikes 1987) A beautiful, delicate looking rose-pink bitone. The colour deepens towards the lavishly ruffled petal edges while the sepals are a lighter shade of pink.

Height: 25"(62cm). Flower: 5.5"(13cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £6.50

Apache Uprising

Apache Uprising

(Benz 1991) Bright scarlet ruffled flowers are carried high on sturdy well branched scapes giving a wonderful late season display.

Height: 34"(86cm). Flower: 5.5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Late season

Price: £7.50

Apollodorus

Apollodorus

(Munson 1984) The flowers are a violet purple colour of exceptional clarity and usually larger than registered. They are triangular in form and somewhat unruly in cooler weather - but the colour is irresistible.

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower 4.5"(11cm)

Tetraploid Evergreen Midseason Late season

Price: £4.50

Aquamarine

Aquamarine

(Lambert 1983) An exquisite star shaped flower that is renowned for its colour of blue influenced lavender. Rare and unusual.

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower: 7"(18cm)

Diploid Dormant Early season Midseason

Price: £7.50

Arctic Snow

Arctic Snow

(Stamile 1986) Creamy near white with contrasting black anthers. Impressive and showy. Always in demand.

Height: 23"(58cm). Flower: 5.5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £5

Arthur Moore

Arthur Moore

(Henry 1979) Round and ruffled blooms of a soft apricot to pastel orange in colour.

Height: 24"(61cm). Flower 5.5"(14cm)

Diploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £4

Aten

Aten

(Kraus 1951) An intense gold - orange colour, this flower shines out like a beacon. An older cultivar but surprisingly full flowered.

Height: 30"(76cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Diploid Dormant Midseason Late season

Price: £3.50

Atlanta Cover Girl

Atlanta Cover Girl

(Petree 1984) A round, ruffled flower of pale mauve pink with a rose halo around a yellow green throat. The petals are edged in gold, which is more prominent in hot weather.

Height: 27"(68cm). Flower: 6"(16cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £5

Atlanta Fringe Benefit

Atlanta Fringe Benefit

(Petree 1985) A medium yellow, full formed flower with a remarkable fringed edge.

Height: 21"(53cm). Flower: 4.75"(15cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Early season Midseason

Price: £5

Atlanta Full House

Atlanta Full House

(Petree 1984) Full, ruffled and recurved lemon yellow self. A beauty.

Height: 27"(68cm). Flower: 6.5"(16cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £5

Autumn Wood

Autumn Wood

These wide and ruffled flowers are an exquisite blend of peach, pink and yellow hues. A well known award winner in the States but rarely available in the U.K.

Height: 24"(61cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Diploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £7

Ava Michelle

Ava Michelle

(Flory 1960) A rich yellow with a green throat. Fragrant. A Stout Medal winner in 1970.

Height: 18"(45cm). Flower: 6"(16cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £3.50

Aztec Furnace

Aztec Furnace

(Stamile 1987) An unusual colour, this striking daylily is a fiery blend of burnt orange and russet red. A valuable addition to a “hot” border. Looks much more pink in the photo than it really is.

Height: 27"(68cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Early season Midseason

Price: £4

Barbara Mitchell

Barbara Mitchell

(Pierce 1984) The legendary pink. Awarded Stout Medal in 1992 and still one of America´s favourite daylilies. Superbly formed flowers with wide overlapping petals. Growth can be slow but is well worth the wait.

Height: 20"(51cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £5

Beautiful Edgings

Beautiful Edgings

(Copenhaver 1989) A very well named daylily, the ruffled cream flowers turning mauve pink towards the petal edges. Slightly smaller than registered here.

Height: 30"(76cm). Flower: 7"(17cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £5.50

Beauty to Behold

Beauty to Behold

(Sellers 1978) A rounded, ruffled and recurved flower of lemon yellow with a green throat. Vigorous and floriferous, it gives a spectacular display for many weeks. Always fully open by early morning. L.A.A. winner 1993.

Height: 24"(60cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £4

Becky Lynn

Becky Lynn

(Guidry 1977) A gorgeous ruffled flower of deep pink with a green throat and white midribs. Awarded the Stout Medal in 1989.

Height: 20"(51cm). Flower: 6.5"(16cm)

Diploid Evergreen Early season

Price: £4.50

Benchmark

Benchmark

(Munson 1980) A name that reflects this plants status in the lavender colour class. Here the colour is more lilac mauve, with pearly white midribs and a cream chartreuse throat.
The flower form is wide, slightly triangular and lightly ruffled. Scapes are sturdy and well branched.

Height: 30"(76cm). Flower: 6"(16cm)

Tetraploid Evergreen Midseason

Price: £5

Berlin Red

Berlin Red

(Tamberg 1983) Bright red with a yellow throat. A good, strong daylily that always performs well here. Raised in Germany.

Height: 30"(76cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £4

Berlin Tallboy

Berlin Tallboy

(Tamberg 1989) Raised by a distinguished European hybridiser, this is the tallest tetraploid in our collection. While it has not attained its registered height here, it has no problem in reaching the 5ft. mark. The pale orange flowers have a deeper halo with an orange throat and are easily held aloft by the strong scapes.

Height: 72"(180cm). Flower: 6"(16cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £6

Bette Davis Eyes

Bette Davis Eyes

Buff pink with a grape purple eyezone and a yellow green throat. The petals are marked by the darker colour radiating out into the veins of the petals.

Height: 23"(58cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

DiploidEvergreenEarly season

Price: £4

Betty Jenkins

Betty Jenkins

(Wilson 1989) An exquisitely beautiful rich pink ruffled flower. It would be even better if it was just a couple of inches taller.

Height: 22"(56cm). Flower: 7"(17cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £6

Betty Warren Woods

Betty Warren Woods

(Munson 1987) An immaculately formed, very ruffled, cream yellow flower with lemon highlights and a small green throat. Well branched with many buds and often reblooms. A superb daylily and an excellent parent for breeding.

Height: 24"(60 cm). Flower: 4.75"(12cm)

Tetraploid Evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £10

Betty Woods

Betty Woods

(Kirchhoff 1980) A famous award winner with vivid, golden yellow double flowers. When established it has a long and productive season of bloom. The first of only two doubles to win the coveted Stout Medal (1991).

Height: 26"(66cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Diploid Dormant Early season

Price: £5

Bill Norris

Bill Norris

(Kirchhoff 1993) Exquisitely formed and beautifully ruffled flowers of bright golden yellow. Stout Medal winner 2002.

Height: 29"(73cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £6

Black Adder

Black Adder

(Wyers. J 2006) A very dark red flower with a yellow throat, raised here on the Isle of Wight and selected for the British climate. From 'Midnight Magic' breeding, it is slightly darker than its famous parent. The form is compact, round and well ruffled.

Height: 42"(106cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £9.50

Black Ambrosia

Black Ambrosia

(Salter 1991) A very dark purple with a green throat surrounded by an almost black halo. Rounded flowers that always open well.

Height: 28"(70cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £6.50

Black Eye

Black Eye

(Goldner1984) Mauve pink with a deep purple eyezone.

Height: 30"(76cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £4.50

Blessed Again

Blessed Again

A green throat that blends into palest yellow flower (ivory cream) with almost white midribs. The edges of the petals are lightly ruffled.

Height: 24"(61cm). Flower: 4.5"(11.5cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £5

Blessing

Blessing

(Applegate 1989) This beautiful rose and cream pink bitone has darker pink veins and a yellow to green throat. The petals are delicately ruffled. One of our favourites.

Height: 22"(56cm). Flower: 5.25"(14cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £6.50

Blonde is Beautiful

Blonde is Beautiful

(Harris-Benz 1985) A superbly formed, full and ruffled, light creamy lemon yellow with a green throat.

Height: 28"(60cm). Flower: 6"(16cm)

Tetraploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £4.50

Blue Happiness

Blue Happiness

(Spalding 1977) A classic Spalding pink, this ruffled beauty has a silky appearance. The colour is darker at the petal edges with a faint darker halo around the yellow green throat. We find that the flowers are smaller than registered (usually about 6"). Now becoming hard to obtain.

Height: 21"(53cm). Flower: 7"(18cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Early season

Price: £5

Blushing Angel

Blushing Angel

(Wild 1972) A light lemon yellow flower with pink edges to both the sepals and petals. The flowers have a green throat and almost white midribs. This daylily may be old but it produces masses of flowers as the scapes (stems)are branched like a tree making it a valuable asset for breeders as well as a good garden plant. It is seldom offered for sale in the U.K.

Height: 26"(65cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

DiploidDormantMidseason

Price: £4

Bonanza

Bonanza

(Ferrick 1954) A distinctive, orange-yellow flower with a strong maroon eyezone. An old favourite.

Height: 34"(85cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Diploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £3.50

Boulderbrook Serenity

Boulderbrook Serenity

(Elliott 1988) Another rarity, this is a large, gently ruffled, radiant gold flower with an olive green throat. Fragrant.

Height: 18"(46cm). Flower: 7"(18cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Midseason

Price: £5

Brand New Lover

Brand New Lover

(Brooks 1988) Round, flat coral rose bitone with rouged narrow rose halo: delicate crinkled gold edging on petals. Reliable rebloomer.

Height: 28"(71cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

TetraploidSemi-evergreenEarly seasonMidseason

Price: £4.50

Bright Beacon

Bright Beacon

(Joiner 1990) An intriguing copper brown blend with a dark olive green throat. An attractive and unusual colour that stands out without being too brash.

Height: 30"(76cm). Flower: 6"(16cm)

Diploid Evergreen Midseason

Price: £5

Bright Spangles

Bright Spangles

(Baker 1956) An attractive and unusual combination of red dusted with gold. The petals are narrow but not "spidery". Tall, showy and aptly named.

Height: 42"(106cm). Flower: 5"(13cm)

Diploid Dormant Early season Midseason

Price: £4

Brocaded Gown

Brocaded Gown

(Millikan 1979) Beautifully ruffled and frilly, crepe-textured, creamy lemon yellow. As its name suggests the flower is reminiscent of a ball gown, particularly in hot weather when it recurves, giving a billowing effect. Awarded Stout Medal 1987. One of the most popular daylilies.

Height: 26"(65cm). Flower: 6"(15cm)

Diploid Semi evergreen Early season Midseason

Price: £4.50

Bubbling Brown Sugar

Bubbling Brown Sugar

(Weston 1987) Yellow edged cinnamon a brown eyezone and a yellow green throat.

Height: 27"(69cm). Flower: 5.5"(14cm)

Tetraploid Dormant Midseason

Price: £5

Buzz Bomb

Buzz Bomb

(Hall 1961) In the garden this is a vibrant, bright red flower which is quite distinct. A closer look will reveal a red with an orange influence.

Height: 24"(61cm). Flower: 4.75"(12cm)

Diploid Dormant Early season Midseason

Price: £3

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