2014 CIDS Members-Only Auction List

The following is the list of plants that will be available for auction at our June 1st meeting, potluck, and event. The plants have been purchased from Bell's Daylily Garden.

Anchor for My Soul - Bell, T - 2010

23”, 5”, Early-Midseason, Rebloom, Tet, Evergreen, Fragrant, 18 buds on 4-way branching. From Bell’s Daylily Garden: “A 5” peach with a feathered lavender eye & picotee. Anchor For My Soul has ornate gold bubbles on the petal edges. It has great 4 way branching with 18 buds and is pod and pollen fertile.”

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Arabian Veil - Salter, 2009

29”, 6”, Midseason, Rebloom, Tet, Semi-Evergreen. From AHS Database: “medium lavender purple with a pale white watermark and a large yellow green throat, petal edges carry a large creamy, ruffled white edge.“

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Autumn Concerto - Stamile-Pierce, 2010

40”, 6.5”, Early-Midseason, Rebloom, Tet, Evergreen, Fragrant, 35 buds on 5-way branching. From AHS Database: “clear shades of brown, sienna and paprika, purple black eye and edge”.

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Butterflies and Rainbows - Bell-t, 2010

34”, 6”, Early-Midseason, Rebloom, Tet, Evergreen, Fragrant, 18 buds on 4-way branching. From Bell’s Daylily Garden: “A 6” creamy golden yellow with a patterned eye in shades of purple, blue and violet. The sepals on Butterflies And Rainbows each have a rainbow pattern. Everything is drawn together by a big green throat. This has been a personal favorite since maiden bloom. Butterflies And Rainbows has beautiful 4 way branching and 18 buds. Extremely fertile both ways.”

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Coit Tower - Stamile-Pierce, 2010

42”, 6.5”, Early-Midseason, Rebloom, Tet, Evergreen, Very Fragrant, Extended Bloom, 40 buds on 5-way branching. From AHS Database: “orchid, dark black purple eye matching edge.”

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Color Crazy - Bell-T, 2012

24”, 5.75”, Early-Midseason, Rebloom, Tet, Evergreen, Fragrant, 15 buds on 3-way branching. From Bell’s Daylily Garden: “A 5 3/4” cream yellow with a bold violet purple eye and a wide purple picotee ending in a heavy gold edge. Color Crazy has three-way branching with 15 buds and is pollen fertile.”

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Cow Bird - Bell-T, 2010

28”, 7”, Midseason-Late, Rebloom, Tet, Evergreen, 18 buds on 4-way branching. From Bell’s Daylily Garden: “A 7” pearly near white cream with a yellow ruffled edge and yellow throat. Cow Bird is a beautiful blend of 2 great parents. Scapes with 4 way branching carry 18 buds. Fertility unknown. An elegant flower that should do well on the show table.”

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Dreamy Blue Eyes - Petit, 2009

34”, 5”, Midseason, Rebloom, Tet, Semi-Evergreen. From AHS Database: “lavender with violet patterned eye and violet picotee edge above green throat.”

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Ehren Thomas - Trimmer, 2010

30”, 6.25”, Early-Midseason, Rebloom, Tet, Evergreen, 18 buds on 3-way branching. From AHS Database: “deep purple “

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Electric Red - Petit, 2008

26”, 6.5”, Midseason, Rebloom, Tet, Semi-Evergreen, 25 buds on 3-way branching. From AHS Database: “red self with gold edge “

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Fringy - Stamile, 2008

32”, 5.5”, Early-Midseason, Rebloom, Tet, Evergreen, 45 buds on 6-way branching. From AHS Database: “near white with green chartreuse fringy edge above green throat “

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It is Written - Bell-T, 2010

21”, 6”, Midseason, Rebloom, Tet, Evergreen, Fragrant, 20 buds on 3-way branching. From Bell’s Daylily Garden: “A 6” light cherry red to dark rose red. It Is Written has a large chalky pink watermark and yellow green throat. The edge matches the chalky pink eye, then ends in yellow gold ruffles. A bit short, but a beautiful flower nonetheless. Pod and pollen fertile.”

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Jessica Lynn Bell - Bell, T, 2010

27”, 6”, Early-Midseason, Rebloom, Tet, Evergreen, Fragrant, 18 buds on 4-way branching. From Bell’s Daylily Garden: “A 6” soft creamy peach with a large eye of shrimp pink bordered in dark rose. Jessica Lynn Bell has a 3/4” ruffled edge. The border starts dark rose, fades to medium rose, and ends in tightly ruffled yellow green edge, A beautifully patterned eye and edge which is named in honor of our oldest daughter on her 16th birthday. (We love you Jessica!) With outstanding scapes and great rebloom, she is destined to be a show stopper. Jessica Lynn Bell is very pod and pollen fertile and proving to be a fabulous parent. 4 way branching with 18 buds.”

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John Euchler - Stamile, 2009

32”, 11.75”, Extra Early, Rebloom, Tet, Evergreen, 45 buds on 7-way branching. From AHS Database: “lavender self above green throat”

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Juicy Ripe Peaches - Bell-T, 2010

35”, 5.75”, Early-Midseason, Rebloom, Tet, Evergreen, Fragrant, 24 buds on 4-way branching. From Bell’s Daylily Garden: “A 5 3/4” bloom with a salmon pink to orange base color. The eye and 1/2” wide picotee edge are a dark rose red. Juicy Ripe Peaches also carries hooks and knobs on the edge. Winner of an achievement medal in 2010. It has 4 way branching with 24 buds and is pod and pollen fertile.”

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Lady Alvatine - Petit, 2009

27”, 8”, Late, Rebloom, Tet, Semi-Evergreen. From AHS Database: “cream yellow with pink blush and gold edge above green throat”

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Linda Bell - Bell-T, 2011

21”, 7”, Early, Rebloom, Tet, Evergreen, Fragrant, 26 buds on 4-way branching. From Bell’s Daylily Garden: “A 7” wine red with a huge yellow gold ruffled edge 3/4 to 1” wide. This is without a doubt the best daylily I’ve produced. Linda Bell will be hard to top in beauty and performance, which is why I chose to name it for my dear wife. It bloomed 4 sets of scapes in 2011. A fabulous parent and a good increaser. Achievement medal winner in 2011. I am truly blessed to have such a special wife and am thankful to have such a special flower to name in her honor. 5 way branching and 26 buds. Pod and pollen fertile.”

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My Friend Wayne - Stamile, 2009

27”, 6.75”, Early-Midseason, Rebloom, Tet, Evergreen, Fragrant, 27 buds on 4-way branching. From AHS Database: “cream white with purple eye and edge above green throat“

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O Glorious Day - Bell-T, 2012

28”, 6.5”, Midseason, Rebloom, Tet, Evergreen, Fragrant, 20 buds on 3-way branching. From Bell’s Daylily Garden: “A 6 1/2” chalky pale lavender with a lighter watermark and matching bubbly edge. O Glorious Day won an Achievement Medal in 2012. It has three-way branching with 20 buds and is pod and pollen fertile.”

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Providence Canyon - Bell-T, 2010

24”, 5.5”, Midseason-Late, Rebloom, Tet, Evergreen, Fragrant, 12 buds on 3-way branching. From Bell’s Daylily Garden: “A 5 1/2” golden peach with a large violet purple eye and edge. Providence Canyon has an ornately ruffled edge over 1/2” wide. The very outer ruffled edge is orange which matches the orange throat. A real attention getter. It has 3 way branching with 12 buds and is pod and pollen fertile.”

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Ruffles Have Ripples - Petit, 2009

31”, 6”, Midseason, Rebloom, Tet, Semi-Evergreen. From AHS Database: “lavender with violet patterned eye and violet picotee edge with gold above green throat.”

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Simply Smashing - Salter, 2009

30”, 6.5”, Early-Midseason, Rebloom, Tet, Semi-Evergreen. From AHS Database: “pale icy pink flower with a large ruffled edge of pale ivory cream yellow, above a small yellow green throat.”

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Ted’s Tribute to Linda - Petit, 2009

25”, 8”, Midseason, Rebloom, Tet, Semi-Evergreen. From AHS Database: “lavender with lighter watermark and gold edge.”

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Velvet Raven - Petit, 2009

40”, 7”, Midseason, Rebloom, Tet, Semi-Evergreen. From AHS Database: “dark red with lighter watermark and gold edge above green throat.”

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