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Here are some photos of our seedlings. Note that most of these are single fans at present and will not be for sale for many years. It takes about 10 years to have enough divisions to have enough to sell. The older ones may have many fans or not - in general they have not been in ideal growing conditions so they divided more slowly than if we did fertilize and provide ideal soil. So some old ones still only have a few fans, yet some will have many fans and I would be able to sell some. If you see one you love, ask. If I have enough fans, they will be available at $100 per fan.
Note that most flowers are 6 inches or larger, on stalks usually in the 24 to 36 inch height range.


NOTE: the colors of the newer ones look much brighter than the earlier varieties. THIS IS REAL.
They are actually much brighter since that is one characteristic I am breeding for. ALL of these photographs have been taken in sunlight with the SAME CAMERA. I use a Nikon D80 which produces nearly exact color on one setting - what I see on the computer looks like what I see in the gardens.


Ontario Daylily Society’s 2018 Summer Picnic Contest Award Winners:
Best Medium, Best Large, Best Unusual & Best Orange, Best Red, Best White
Ontario Daylily Society’s 2017 LYCETT AWARD WINNER – Best Unusual Daylily – These tied for the award.
Ontario Daylily Society’s 2015 LYCETT AWARD WINNER – Best Unusual Daylily.
Ontario Daylily Society’s 2012 LYCETT AWARD WINNER – Best Unusual Daylily.
Ontario Daylily Society’s 2003 LYCETT AWARD WINNER – Best Spider.
2015 seedlings:
(seeds collected in summer of 2015, first blooms generally 2017)
2014 seedlings:
(seeds collected in summer of 2014, first blooms generally 2016)
2013 seedlings:
(seeds collected in summer of 2013, first blooms generally 2015)
             This 2013 Red Daylily produced 50 buds in 2016!
2012 seedlings:
(seeds collected in summer of 2012, first blooms generally 2014)
2010 seedlings:
(seeds collected in summer of 2010, first blooms generally 2012)
2009 seedlings:
(seeds collected in summer of 2009, first blooms generally 2011)
2007 seedlings (and some older ones):
(seeds collected in summer of 2007, first blooms generally 2009)
2006 seedlings:
(seeds collected in summer of 2006, first blooms generally 2008)
2004 seedlings:
(seeds collected in summer of 2004, first blooms generally 2006)
2003 seedlings:
(seeds collected in summer of 2003, first blooms generally 2005)
2002 seedlings:
(seeds collected in summer of 2002, first blooms generally 2004)
2001 seedlings:
(seeds collected in summer of 2001, first blooms generally 2003)
2000 seedlings:
(seeds collected in summer of 2000, first blooms generally 2002)