P.O. Box 215, Nutting Lake, MA 01864
Specializing in Doorakian Daylily Introductions
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Igor F. Palacios, M.D.: This Emerald Starburst child is 50% polymerous, 6.25" diploid, dormant is named after George's Cardiologist, who has been instrumental in providing excellent health care. The 32" scape has 3 branches and 22 buds and has a mid to late bloom season. The very large light green eyezone spills onto a thin purple picotee on a light lavender background with pinched petals and curved back sepals. The flower has a very striking presence in the garden. Its polymerous trait has been found in many of its kids. "I consider this cultivar to be one of the best that George has created in the past 10 years." Customer favorite, love the very large green throat and unique green based seedlings. $100./SF
An unusual cross between Emerald Starburst and Milk Chocolate. A dormant diploid with four way
branching and 28 buds. The 3.75" diameter flower, with a petal color of soft lavender, is diamond dusted with cream
sepals and an intriguing iridescent green throat and great substance. The plant has a scape height of 33" and is very
vigorous producing 20% polymerous blooms. Very fertile both ways. The flower colors are very stable to heat and sunlight.
Very unusual children have been produced, some of which have a chocolate color with veining and a striking green throat.