Hello Daylily Friends,
Well I have had friends that have told me that I should not introduce "two" (2) green-edged daylilies during the same year. However, I am nevertheless inclined to do it anyway. There are no tall, green edged daylilies on the market. To my knowledge, I have the only two, and I would like to see people use these two plants for hybridizing. I want to see the greens get into daylilies as soon as possible. I am certain that the two that I have will help produce tall, vibrant, greens very quickly. The first of the two greens is on my post from June 20, 2009. Here is the second green edged daylily. It is my Seedling 7-224. It has three way branching, 18 buds, and is a 6" Flower. It is perhaps more green edged on its sepals than 7-233, and it has a larger flower. The only draw-back that I can see to the flower is that it has a "creped" appearance. When I say "creped," I mean that it has a crinkled or puckered texture. I have not noticed this to be a problem when hybridizing.
Again, let me say that I do not have a name for either Seedling 7-224 or Seedling 7-233. If you have a name and you give the suggestion, and if I use the name, then I will give you the flower that you name at no cost.