mid July     re     6.5 x 32     tet   D   ext, frag, noct

10 bud/scape     descriptions

A...$14 B...$10


  • VT- Unregistered daylilies that came from from Dr. George Darrow.
  • NAME- Daylily name used at Olallie Daylily Gardens
  • Bloom Season- average time bloom season begins at our farm. Cultivars bloom for
  • 4 weeks on the average, unless otherwise noted. Bloomtimes vary depending on climate.
  • Rebloom- refers to daylilies that send up new scapes, usually after a short rest period.
  • Size- (i.e. 5" x 24") Average flower width and height of scape (in inches).
  • Dip Diploids have one set of chromosomes.
    TET- Tetraploids have two sets of chromosomes and are generally larger than DIPs.
  • D- dormant foliage in winter
    SE- semievergreen foliage
    E- evergreen year round, generally considered less hardy in northern climates
  • ext- extended hours of bloom
    frag- fragrant
    noct- nocturnal bloomer
  • b/s- buds/scape average number of buds on an average scape

Early June


Tepals is the word for both the petals and sepals.

bicolor is a blossom of two different colors, petals one, sepals another.
Eyezones a wide ring around the top of the throat.
Halo fainter ring than an eyezone.
Ruffling usually occurs around the edges of the petals and sepals.
Edging or Picotee an outlined effect around the edges of the petals and/or sepals.
AHS American Hemerocallis (Daylily) Society
New: Newly listed offering in our catalog.


Choose the plant size
Which size you choose is dependent on how willing you are to wait for bloom. We offer two size choices: Size A: mature divisions of 3 fans or more; or Size B: smaller divisions of 2 fans or more at a lower cost. Size A is larger, and will bloom the first season after planting under most circumstances. The starter size B is smaller, and will generally bloom in its second season. It may bloom sooner in some circumstances.

Size A: Blooming Size of 3 fans or more
Size B: Starter Size of 2 fans