This page shows three Daylilies I have that are not registered with the American Hemerocallis Society.
This is the first of three photos of the Daylily "Madrona Hill Internal Clock" This was the first flower open for
it on St. Patricks Day, 2012. The temperature was mild, and there was some humidity at that part of the season.
Here is "Madrona Hill Internal Clock" rebloom in mid May of 2012. The weather was very hot, and humidity was sometimes
as low as 10% during this time. This is the same plant though. Under these conditions, the flowers looked close
to being an Unusual Form.
This shows what "Madrona Hill Internal Clock" looks like under hot humid conditions. Tropical Storm Debby had brought
good rain and moistened air up a lot. The Daylily "Madrona Hill Internal Clock" was hybridized by Phyllis Enriquez of
Portland, Oregon. This is going into the second season I have had this flower, and so far I give it a Rust Resistance
Grade of at least B to be on the conservative side.
This is "Wilson Yellow" It was originated by a nursery in Ft. Lauderdale, FL and first sold in 1949. It is
known to grow in Caracas, Bogota, and Havanna. It is cold hardy at least as far north as Lexington, Kentucky.
"Wilson Yellow" gets a Grade C for Rust Resistance. It is more susceptible in the shade than in the sun. I have
had it for 15 years here. In the shade, it would almost certainly Get Rust And Die.
Shown is "Yangtze." I have no idea where this Daylily came from or when it was hybridized. It can rebloom
here. The flower shown above was open on December 7, 2012. The one remaining bud, which is visible, opened a few
days later. I now am experiencing serious Daylily Withdrawal Symptoms. I have had it two seasons, and it gets
a Grade C Rust Resistance Grade. Don't attempt to grow it in the shade because it will "Get Rust And Die" as would "Wilson