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Daylily Listing Legend

DAYLILY LISTING LEGEND

CULTIVAR
NAME
HYBRIDIZER
& YEAR OF
REGISTRATION
PRICE SCAPE HEIGHT
(inches)
BLOOM SEASON REPEAT SCAPES (RE) FOLIAGE
HABIT
FORM &
FRAGRANCE
BLOOM SIZE
(inches)
PLOIDY PLANT
DESCRIPTION
AWARDS

Bloom SeasonEE = Very Early; E = Early; EM = Early Midseason; M = Midseason; ML = Late Midseason; L = Late; VL = Very Late.

Foliage HabitEV = Evergreen; SEV = Semi-evergreen; DOR = Dormant.

Form & Fragrance: D = Double; S = Spider or near Spider; FR = Fragrant; VFR = Very Fragrant.

Ploidy: No entry indicates Diploid; TET = Tetraploid.

Plant Description: Indicates dominant color, pattern color, pattern and other noteworthy features. EXT = Extended Bloom (bloom is open more than 16 hours); NOC = Nocturnal (blooms open at dawn despite weather conditions).

American Hemerocallis Society Awards:
JC 
Junior Citations are given to promising new seedlings which have not yet been introduced.
HM - Honorable Mention winners have been introduced 2 or more years; excellent beyond regional level.
AM - Only 10 Award of Merit winners are selected by AHS awards & honors judges each year. Three years after receiving Honorable Mention, a cultivar becomes eligible.
SM - The Stout Silver Medal is the highest award a cultivar can receive. Only one cultivar can win this award annually; only previous Award of Merit winners are eligible 3-6 years after the award is given.
ATG - The Annie T. Giles award is for the most outstanding small (3" - 4 1/2") flowered cultivar.
DCS - The Don C. Stevens award is given for the best banded or eyed daylily.
DF - The Don Fischer memorial cup is for the most outstanding miniature (under 3").
IM - The Ida Munson award is given for the best doubled daylily.
JEM - The James E. Marsh award is given for the outstanding purple or lavender daylily.
LAA - The Lenington All-American award is given for a cultivar that has been marketed for at least 10 years & has performed outstandingly in all parts of the country.
LEP - The L. Ernest Plouf award is given for a consistently fragrant dormant cultivar.
RCP - The Richard C. Peck award is given for the best tetraploid cultivar prior to 1984.
PC - The President's Cup goes to the most outstanding established clump in a national convention tour garden as voted by those in attendance.
EF - The Eugene Foster award is given for the best late-blooming cultivar.


 

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