SMALL AND MINIATURE DAYLILIES
   

 

 

All prices are for retail mail orders shipped all year except December 15-31. We ship only freshly dug double fan/division bare root plants or larger. They should be planted immediately. One-gallon and five-gallon container grown plants are available for varying prices at the nursery.

All heights and sizes are averages for this area. Heights decrease with decreasing humidity, more sunlight and increasing temperatures

   
   

 

KEY TO DAYLILY SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS
All heights and sizes are averages for California. Sizes drop with lower humidity, higher heat, and less shade.

BLOOMING CHARACTERISTICS
First number (inches) = Average height to top of blooms.
Second number (inches) = Average diameter of blooms.
EE = Starts blooming extra early in season (March-April for us).
E = Starts blooming early in season (April-May for us).
M = Starts blooming in mid-season (May-June for us).
L = Starts blooming late in season (June-July for us).
Re = Rests after first bloom cycle, then sends up at least one additional set of blooms.
Re Re = Rests a while after first bloom cycle, then sends up a second, third, fourth and sometimes fifth set of blooms, depending on the variety.

FOLIAGE HABIT
E = Evergreen. May need mulching below 15°F.
Sev = Usually evergreen where it stays above 25°F. Briefly deciduous in cold snaps. Dormant in colder areas.
D = Dormant or deciduous in all climates, sending up a fresh, clean crop of leaves in early spring.
( ) = Typical height of foliage here.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
   
   

ADAH Disc. (rust) Try MINI PEARL

   
   
   
 

AZTEC EVERGREEN 8.00

E (16”) 22” 4½” EE Re. Traditional ‘chalice formed’, fragrant bright orange gold blooms on slender stems. Dense, fine textured medium green foliage is fast growing and perfect for slopes.

 
   
   
 

designWise™ BITSY 10.00

E (20”) 26” 2” EE Re Re. Yellow flowers in profusion for over 250 days per year here. Thin scapes give an airy, fairy-like quality. 2002 All American

 
 

 


   
 

BLACK EYED STELLA PP# 7909 10.00

Sev (12”) 18” 3” EE Re Re. The first All-America Daylily Award Winner! Bright yellow/gold with a reddish eyezone and dark blue-green foliage. Excellent for mass displays, edging.

 
   
   
 

BUTTERSCOTCH RUFFLES 8.00

E-Sev (20”) 26” 3” EE Re Re. A winner in the blooming game. Ruffled butterscotch blend. Over 250 bloom days. Not very exciting as an individual bloom, but breathtaking in a mass.

 
   
   

 

CABBAGE FLOWER Disc. (rust) Try FUZZ B

   
   
   

 

CHORUS LINE Disc. Sub ROCKING CRADLE, LADY ROSE.

   
   
   
 

CRANBERRY BABY 10.00

E-Sev (12”) 16” 1½” EM Re Re The smallest daylily we grow. Tiny cranberry red blooms on slender stalks over tidy, finely textured dark green foliage.

 
   
   
 

CRYSTAL CUPID 8.00

E (14”) 17” 2” M Re. Clear soft yellow blooms on slender stems over graceful, grassy foliage. Foliage can be chlorotic in dense, higher pH soils.

 
   
   
 

DAH LEE SU 10.00

E (18”) 26” 2½” EM Re. Abundant small blooms with alternating rose-buff and soft yellow petals. Clean, grassy foliage and slender scapes remind one of a large freesia.

   
   
   
  FRANKLY SCARLETT PPAF 10.00

D (15”-18”) 20”-26” 4” EE Re Re The longest blooming, most heat and disease tolerant red we grow. By far our best selling. Most reds “slick” or “melt” in hot sun. Frankly Scarlett looks great all day. Dark bluish green foliage is briefly dormant between Christmas and Super Bowl. 2003 All American
 
   
   

  CHATEAU BLANC Disc.(rust) Try SNOW MAIDEN    
   
   
 

FUZZ BUNNY 10.00

E (16”) 18” 3½” EM Re Soft yellow, round carnation-formed blooms held above vigorous, compact foliage.

   
   
   

 

HAPPY RETURNS Not good for most areas of CA. Sub DESIGNWISE BITSY, CRYSTAL CUPID

   
   
   
 

LADY™ ROSE 12.00

E (15”) 21” 5½” M Re. Rosy pink blooms and dense, compact foliage. Great border plant.

   
   
   
 

LITTLE BOBO 10.00

E (12”) 18” 2” EM Re. The tiniest soft red flowers with light cream edges. Excellent foliage for borders.

 
   
   

  LITTLE GRAPETTE Sub PLUM PERFECT    
   
   
 

LITTLE WITCHING HOUR 10.00

E (14”) 19” 3¼” M Re This deep lavender bloom has a dark plum eye, tiny green throat, and a bewitching water- mark that appears blue from some angles. Tall, slender bloomstalks and short but wide shiny dark green foliage completes the picture.

 
   
   
 

MASTER MAGICIAN 10.00

E (14”) 22” 3¼” M Re Re. This creamy peach/pink bloom with a clear red eye catches everyone’s attention. Low, shiny dark green foliage tolerates some shade.

 
   
   
   

MINI PEARL 8.00

D-Sev (14”) 18” 3” E Re. Dainty pale, pearlescent peach blooms; shiny medium green foliage. Great for borders.

   
   
   
 

MISS™ VICTORIA 10.00

E-Sev (18”) 24” 4” E Re Re Profuse clear yellow blooms have a honey-lemon fragrance. Rapid growth and dense, billowy foliage make this great in mass.

 
   
   
 

MRS. WILSON 8.00

E (16”) 24” 5” M Re. Slender pointed yellow gold petals with tips and centers dusted in sienna. Very tidy clean, low foliage.

   
   
   
 

OUR GERTRUDE 10.00

E (15”) 24” 5” EM Re Re Brilliant “school bus” orange- gold blooms above tidy, dark green leaves. The best foliage of any daylily we grow. Very popular with landscape professionals.

 
   
   
 

PANDORA’S BOX 10.00

D-Sev (13”) 20” 4” M Re. Striking! A pale, near-white bloom with a large plum eye. Thrives in heat or cold.

   
   
   

 

PARDON ME Not good for most areas of CA. Sub FRANKLY SCARLETT.

   
   
   
 

PLUM PERFECT PPAF 10.00

E (15”-20”) 20”-24” 3½” E Re Re One of our stars. Striking purple/plum blooms, usually in profuse clusters, vigorous growth, and lots of repeat bloom. Excellent mass plant. 2003 All American.

 
   
   
 

POJO 12.00

Sev (16”) 23” 3” EM Re Small, consistently double dark yellow flowers on wiry scapes. Fine grassy foliage.

   
   
   

 

PRAIRIE BLUE EYES Sub LITTLE WITCH. HR.

   
   
   

 

PYEWACKET Disc. Try MASTER MAG. LITTLE WITCH. HR. or BLUSHING ‘Summer Valentine.’

   
   
   
   

RASPBERRY PIXIE 10.00

Sev (18”) 24” 1” E Re. Fragrant tiny raspberry/mauve florets. Heat, drought and cold tolerant.

   
   
   
 

ROCKING CRADLE 10.00

E (14”) 18” 3” EE Re Re. This delicate lavender/pink ivory blend is the longest blooming non-yellow in our nursery. More pink in cooler weather, more cream or ivory in hotter. Excellent foliage for borders.

 
   
   
   

ROSELLA SHERIDAN 12.00

Sev (16”) 23” 5½” M Re. Pink bloom, green throat.

   
   
   

  STELLA DE ORO Not Available
The world’s most popular daylily. Needs cool winters. Not for coastal Southern California or Florida. Try BITSY or BLACK EYED STELLA
   
   
   

  STRAWBERRY CANDY Disc. (rust) Try MASTER MAGICIAN or BLUSHING Summer Valentine    
   
   
 

TERRA COTTA BABY 10.00

E (15”) 22” 2¾” EE Re Re. Small, rosy tan hued blooms on dark wiry scapes. Drought, heat and shade tolerant. Over 225 bloom days for us.

   
   
   
 

TINY PUMPKIN 8.00

E (15”) 20” 2” EM Re. Round and flat, light peach to apricot. Spiky foliage adds interest and texture. Looks almost like a taller freesia. Very popular with landscape professionals. Long bloom time.

 
   
   
   

TOOTSIE ROSE 10.00

D (10”) 15” 3” EM. One of the best rose pink colors in small daylilies. A great border plant.

   
   
   
   

PLANT PATENTS
PPAF = Plant Patent Applied For. Propagation prohibited without a license from the breeder.
PP# = Plant Patent number. Propagation prohibited without a license from the breeder.

RUST: Disc. (rust) = Discontinued due to rust susceptibility. We do not spray for daylily rust, and don’t believe
anyone else should either. The monthly (or more) spraying is a waste of chemical pesticides, as it only suppresses the
fungus. Daylily rust (Puccinia hemerocalloides) affects no other plant types, and only some daylily varieties. It is
unattractive but not lethal to susceptible varieties. When daylily rust arrived here by air from Central America, we
destroyed over 400,000 plants of the most susceptible varieties, and propagated the resistant ones. Unless otherwise
noted, our varieties are rust-resistant in California gardens.

         
         
   
   
   

©Greenwood Daylily Gardens, Inc ~ 8000 Balcom Canyon Road ~ Somis, CA 93066
Tel: 562-494-8944 ~ Fax: 562-494-0486 ~ greenwoodgarden.com

   
   
   
   
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