a little start

there are many patterned daylilies.  so why should i so to speak start over ?  the simple answer is there are not many diploid spidery patterned daylilies.  or perhaps i am just silly or stubborn.  so the first cross was Cerulean Star x Sings the Blues.  that seedling was in turn crossed with Katie’s Blues, the seedling pictured here.  now that seedling might be crossed with this seedling 12-0619-004 black plush x trahlyta) x Wind Frills.  that is if they will cross at all.  this one’s small pattern  appeared on its own.  nothing to speak of in the history of the three parents showed a pattern.  so back to that little start.  perhaps we shall follow it and see where it leads.  three images

cerulean star x sings the blues x katie's blue pm

 

cerulean star x sings the blues x katie's blue pm macro

12-0619-004 black plush x trahlyta) x Wind Frills eye det IMG_4520

5 thoughts on “a little start

    1. John Hric Post author

      Thanks. and i do agree. sometimes the first couple of years, as the plant matures, the look can change. time will tell what this plant will do.

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