2021

RSF Daylily List

Adorable Tiger Golden orange flowers display a very prominent, sienna red eye that covers at least half of the petals and a matching red, extra wide picotee, ruffled edge.  There’s almost more red than orange in this daylily because of its exceptionally large eye.
Born to Run A showy daylily that will stop you in your tracks as it blooms in midsummer! Rich, rosy red flowers have a creamy yellow, incredibly ruffled picotee edge. A narrow pale pink watermark appears above the lime green throat.
Cherokee Star Cerise red self with yellow-green throat
Chicago Apache (red) intense scarlet red, recurved tepals with a small sulphur yellow watermark and green throat  Petals have loosely ruffled edges; sepal edges are slightly crimped.  Extremely sunfast and more resistant to thrips than most reds.  A very vigorous grower with healthy foliage and sturdy scapes
Desert Flame  flaming red-orange blossoms of this reblooming daylily.  Its color is so vibrant, you’ll need sunglasses to even look at it! Daylily expert Arthur Kroll calls ‘Desert Flame’ “the most beautiful in its color class, a terrific daylily”
Double Pardon Me Double Pardon Me’ has the same color as its namesake but with dramatically more tepals. Instead of the standard amount of 6 tepals, according to the breeder, these flowers can have as many as 18 tepals.
Early Snow 7” flowers of incredible substance are rich cream with a glowing yellow-green throat.  The ruffled, shimmering diamond dusted petals open wide and flat.  Thick, 4-5 way branched scapes carry the fragrant blossoms
Garden Show  this daylily produces loads of large 6″, shimmering diamond dusted, lavender mauve flowers with a prominent citron yellow throat and matching purple stamens.  Ruffled, recurved tepals open wide and flat revealing the triangular flower form.
Going Bananas One of the longest blooming daylilies available; nearly continuous bloom from early summer into fall. Lemon yellow, ruffled flowers are produced atop on relatively short, well-branched scapes. Flowers open fully even in inclement weather.
Happy Returns Fragrant, light yellow flowers all season long. Tepal edges are slightly crimped. An excellent dwarf continuous bloomer. Award winner. Fragrant.
Hyperion A border favorite for decades. Sweetly scented and yellow flowering with a tiny green throat. Blooms Mid: July. Award winner. Reblooms. Fragrant.
Isabella Marafi Giant 6″ double, salmon-orange, ruffled edges flowers with green throat will be a delight in summer above the dark green foliage. Very floriferous.
King of Ages ‘King of the Ages’ boasts incredible size with 6½” flowers. The petals are a unique blend of butter-yellow, peach, and apricot (officially, a “polychrome”). With its burgundy red eye and matching red picotee edge,
Mighty Chestnut Fragrant – Aptly named, it produces 5-5½”, russet red-orange blossoms with a deep burgundy eye and gold throat atop strong, well-branched and budded scapes. The broad, rounded, ruffled petals open wide to reveal the perfect flower form.
Moonlit Masquerade A mask of rich wine burgundy against ivory white petals surrounds a glowing green throat. The buds open to impressive 6” blooms that won’t disappoint. Another beauty from the Trophytaker® Series. Foliage is semi-evergreen.
Moses Fire red self with gold edge and green throat
Nosferatu Large 6”, shimmering dark purple, very sunfast flowers with a chartreuse throat and pie crust ruffled petals are produced midseason.  A high bud count on well-branched scapes ensures many weeks of bloom.
Orange Smoothie orange mango petals with a light rose band, pink mid-rib, and green throat. The flower scapes have well-branched, 4-way scapes and upwards near 32 buds per scape. The diamond dusting will dazzle you as it sparkles in direct sun. Flowers are cookie-cutter consistent in form and color and we have observed excellent rebloom.
Passion For Red Very large 6¾”, fragrant blossoms put on a terrific show in early midseason with some rebloom later in the summer. Thick, 3-4 way branched scapes carry buds which open over time rather than all at once, extending the bloom time and showing off each fabulous flower to its fullest potential. ‘Passion for Red’ is considered by some to be one of the very best red daylilies available today.
Prairie Wildfire Fragrant with a high bud count and recurved petals. Velvety red flowers begin to  appear in July.
Primal Scream The huge 8-9 inch, tangerine orange flowers..These gigantic blossoms are on display in midsummer above the tall, attractive foliage. With such a distinctive blossom, ‘Primal Scream’ is sure to steal the show in your garden.
Purple D Oro Petals have narrow pie crust edges, dark purple veining, and paler purple midribs; smooth-edged sepals have white tips
Raspberry Eclipse Raspberry Eclipse’ is a daylily hybrid featuring raspberry purple blooms with a lavender purple band and a bright yellow eye. The heavily ruffled petals are edges in a bright yellow picotee edge.
Rock Solid An impressive, reliable daylily in terms of both performance and attractiveness. Light mauve flowers have an extremely wide, dark purple eye and a matching dark purple picotee edge. Has a very high bud count and well branched scapes.
Rosy Returns Fragrant, 9 buds, 2 branches,  Rose pink blend with rose purple band above yellow throat.
Ruby Spider dark ruby red flowers are officially classified as unusual form- since the petals are long and spoon-shaped.  The petals open very wide and flat, displaying the large, golden yellow throat and matching midribs nicely.
South Seas (org) Fragrant,  Tangerine coral with red coral band above yellow green throat
Stella de’ Oro  begins its display of golden yellow flowers in mid-June and keeps on flowering at a steady pace until fall if the spent blooms are removed. This means it throws lots of 24in flower scapes practically all summer, making it the all-time blooming champion among Daylilies. Use it in borders or in containers on a patio or deck, or make a Daylily border just of ‘Stella’.
Stella Supreme Early, clear lemon chiffon 3″ flowers, more open faced flowers and a pleasing citrus fragrance, extended bloom and excellent rebloomer for continued season of color, excellent for landscaping.
Stephanie Returns A hardy, everblooming beauty, it’s uniquely colored, boasting a bicolor blend of peachy pink, ruffled petals with a thin, purple eye, a dazzling yellow throat, and deep rose-purple sepals. It needs no maintenance to bloom almost continuously from early summer into fall.
Storm Shelter A beautiful and distinctive daylily! 5”, mauve colored blossoms with an enormous deep eggplant purple eye and matching eggplant purple petal edge.
Tiger Swirl 6.5” triangular-shaped flowers are light golden yellow with a pronounced raspberry red eye. Its bottom sepals are smooth, often twisting or curling into a “swirling” motion.
Vanilla Fluff Mid, large 6″ doubled flowers have many cream petals, tall and stately this show stopper has won many awards including one for its wonderful fragrance.
Yellow Sunshine ‘Sunshine Yellow’ daylily is a semi-evergreen perennial that promises fantastic and profuse trumpet-shaped large blooms from spring through fall. Lily look-alikes, the vibrant yellow blossoms appear at the end of long stems as if to garner maximum attention. Hemerocallis are extremely low-maintenance and adaptable, seemingly unaware that poor soil, sporadic water, severe cold, seacoast or desert conditions might otherwise imperil more fragile plants.
Wineberry Candy fragrant, soft pinkish peach tepals with a wine-purple eye and yellowish-green throat. Lightly ruffled petals with purple veining and smooth-edged sepals. Tepals are recurved, revealing the flower’s triangular form. One of the longest blooming daylilies and one of the first to bloom.
Adorable Tiger Golden orange flowers display a very prominent, sienna red eye that covers at least half of the petals and a matching red, extra wide picotee, ruffled edge.  There’s almost more red than orange in this daylily because of its exceptionally large eye.
Born to Run A showy daylily that will stop you in your tracks as it blooms in midsummer! Rich, rosy red flowers have a creamy yellow, incredibly ruffled picotee edge. A narrow pale pink watermark appears above the lime green throat.
Cherokee Star Cerise red self with yellow-green throat
Chicago Apache (red) intense scarlet red, recurved tepals with a small sulphur yellow watermark and green throat  Petals have loosely ruffled edges; sepal edges are slightly crimped.  Extremely sunfast and more resistant to thrips than most reds.  A very vigorous grower with healthy foliage and sturdy scapes
Desert Flame  flaming red-orange blossoms of this reblooming daylily.  Its color is so vibrant, you’ll need sunglasses to even look at it! Daylily expert Arthur Kroll calls ‘Desert Flame’ “the most beautiful in its color class, a terrific daylily”
Double Pardon Me Double Pardon Me’ has the same color as its namesake but with dramatically more tepals. Instead of the standard amount of 6 tepals, according to the breeder, these flowers can have as many as 18 tepals.
Early Snow 7” flowers of incredible substance are rich cream with a glowing yellow-green throat.  The ruffled, shimmering diamond dusted petals open wide and flat.  Thick, 4-5 way branched scapes carry the fragrant blossoms
Garden Show  this daylily produces loads of large 6″, shimmering diamond dusted, lavender mauve flowers with a prominent citron yellow throat and matching purple stamens.  Ruffled, recurved tepals open wide and flat revealing the triangular flower form.
Going Bananas One of the longest blooming daylilies available; nearly continuous bloom from early summer into fall. Lemon yellow, ruffled flowers are produced atop on relatively short, well-branched scapes. Flowers open fully even in inclement weather.
Happy Returns Fragrant, light yellow flowers all season long. Tepal edges are slightly crimped. An excellent dwarf continuous bloomer. Award winner. Fragrant.
Hyperion A border favorite for decades. Sweetly scented and yellow flowering with a tiny green throat. Blooms Mid: July. Award winner. Reblooms. Fragrant.
Isabella Marafi Giant 6″ double, salmon-orange, ruffled edges flowers with green throat will be a delight in summer above the dark green foliage. Very floriferous.
King of Ages ‘King of the Ages’ boasts incredible size with 6½” flowers. The petals are a unique blend of butter-yellow, peach, and apricot (officially, a “polychrome”). With its burgundy red eye and matching red picotee edge,
Mighty Chestnut Fragrant – Aptly named, it produces 5-5½”, russet red-orange blossoms with a deep burgundy eye and gold throat atop strong, well-branched and budded scapes. The broad, rounded, ruffled petals open wide to reveal the perfect flower form.
Moonlit Masquerade A mask of rich wine burgundy against ivory white petals surrounds a glowing green throat. The buds open to impressive 6” blooms that won’t disappoint. Another beauty from the Trophytaker® Series. Foliage is semi-evergreen.
Moses Fire red self with gold edge and green throat
Nosferatu Large 6”, shimmering dark purple, very sunfast flowers with a chartreuse throat and pie crust ruffled petals are produced midseason.  A high bud count on well-branched scapes ensures many weeks of bloom.
Orange Smoothie orange mango petals with a light rose band, pink mid-rib, and green throat. The flower scapes have well-branched, 4-way scapes and upwards near 32 buds per scape. The diamond dusting will dazzle you as it sparkles in direct sun. Flowers are cookie-cutter consistent in form and color and we have observed excellent rebloom.
Passion For Red Very large 6¾”, fragrant blossoms put on a terrific show in early midseason with some rebloom later in the summer. Thick, 3-4 way branched scapes carry buds which open over time rather than all at once, extending the bloom time and showing off each fabulous flower to its fullest potential. ‘Passion for Red’ is considered by some to be one of the very best red daylilies available today.
Prairie Wildfire Fragrant with a high bud count and recurved petals. Velvety red flowers begin to  appear in July.
Primal Scream The huge 8-9 inch, tangerine orange flowers..These gigantic blossoms are on display in midsummer above the tall, attractive foliage. With such a distinctive blossom, ‘Primal Scream’ is sure to steal the show in your garden.
Purple D Oro Petals have narrow pie crust edges, dark purple veining, and paler purple midribs; smooth-edged sepals have white tips
Raspberry Eclipse Raspberry Eclipse’ is a daylily hybrid featuring raspberry purple blooms with a lavender purple band and a bright yellow eye. The heavily ruffled petals are edges in a bright yellow picotee edge.
Rock Solid An impressive, reliable daylily in terms of both performance and attractiveness. Light mauve flowers have an extremely wide, dark purple eye and a matching dark purple picotee edge. Has a very high bud count and well branched scapes.
Rosy Returns Fragrant, 9 buds, 2 branches,  Rose pink blend with rose purple band above yellow throat.
Ruby Spider dark ruby red flowers are officially classified as unusual form- since the petals are long and spoon-shaped.  The petals open very wide and flat, displaying the large, golden yellow throat and matching midribs nicely.
South Seas (org) Fragrant,  Tangerine coral with red coral band above yellow green throat
Stella de’ Oro  begins its display of golden yellow flowers in mid-June and keeps on flowering at a steady pace until fall if the spent blooms are removed. This means it throws lots of 24in flower scapes practically all summer, making it the all-time blooming champion among Daylilies. Use it in borders or in containers on a patio or deck, or make a Daylily border just of ‘Stella’.
Stella Supreme Early, clear lemon chiffon 3″ flowers, more open faced flowers and a pleasing citrus fragrance, extended bloom and excellent rebloomer for continued season of color, excellent for landscaping.
Stephanie Returns A hardy, everblooming beauty, it’s uniquely colored, boasting a bicolor blend of peachy pink, ruffled petals with a thin, purple eye, a dazzling yellow throat, and deep rose-purple sepals. It needs no maintenance to bloom almost continuously from early summer into fall.
Storm Shelter A beautiful and distinctive daylily! 5”, mauve colored blossoms with an enormous deep eggplant purple eye and matching eggplant purple petal edge.
Tiger Swirl 6.5” triangular-shaped flowers are light golden yellow with a pronounced raspberry red eye. Its bottom sepals are smooth, often twisting or curling into a “swirling” motion.
Vanilla Fluff Mid, large 6″ doubled flowers have many cream petals, tall and stately this show stopper has won many awards including one for its wonderful fragrance.
Yellow Sunshine ‘Sunshine Yellow’ daylily is a semi-evergreen perennial that promises fantastic and profuse trumpet-shaped large blooms from spring through fall. Lily look-alikes, the vibrant yellow blossoms appear at the end of long stems as if to garner maximum attention. Hemerocallis are extremely low-maintenance and adaptable, seemingly unaware that poor soil, sporadic water, severe cold, seacoast or desert conditions might otherwise imperil more fragile plants.
Wineberry Candy fragrant, soft pinkish peach tepals with a wine-purple eye and yellowish-green throat. Lightly ruffled petals with purple veining and smooth-edged sepals. Tepals are recurved, revealing the flower’s triangular form. One of the longest blooming daylilies and one of the first to bloom.